Page 1

Penny for Progress brings road work

A2

Better Footing Cutter returns as coach in hopes of getting Manning-Santee legion team back in top form B1

SERVING SOUTH CAROLINA SINCE OCTOBER 15, 1894

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

$1.50

2014 Iris Festival

911: I need help now.

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ROB COTTINGHAM / THE SUMTER ITEM PHOTOS BY MATT WALSH / THE SUMTER ITEM

Karisse Robinson, 1, plays with an iris flower at the Iris Festival on Saturday at Swan Lake-Iris Gardens.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS TODAY’S EVENTS 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. today • Arts and crafts/Food Court/Marketplace • Swan Lake boat rides/live entertainment • Art of Welding by Central Carolina Technical College • Art in the Gardens • Gateway to Gardening • Flower Show at Alice Boyle Garden Center, 2-4 p.m. • 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sumter Cruisers Show & Shine, Garden Street • noon-5 p.m., Just Kidding Around, Children’s Area • noon-5 p.m., Children’s Art in the Park

SEE FORUM, PAGE A8

SEE 911 TEXT, PAGE A11

Candidates trade jabs in pre-election forum BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com (803) 774-1272

VISIT US ONLINE AT

the

.com

BY ROB COTTINGHAM rcottingham@theitem.com (803) 774-1225

his service to the district, arguing its needs have been neglected. The neglect is visible, he said, on any

See more photos from Saturday’s festivities on page A3

BRISTOW MARCHANT / THE SUMTER ITEM

Primary opponents Brian Alston, left, and Grady Brown speak with a voter at Thursday’s candidate forum. Alston is seeking to unseat 30-year incumbent Brown in the Democratic primary for House District 50. The two traded jabs about the state of the district during Brown’s tenure in office. in the S.C. House of Representatives, representing portions of Lee, Kershaw and Sumter counties. But Rembert native Alston is challenging the Bishopville Democrat on

Local officials talk pros, cons of new 911 texting option In recent weeks, news of recent advances in technology that allow cellphones to text information to 911 centers has made headlines around the country, as local governments in 16 states are now using the updated system. In South Carolina, the system is only officially being used by 911 centers in Greenville County and is reportedly in the testing phases for other areas. According to some stories, the benchmark, which has been touted as a major advancement in 911 technology, marks the first step out of the voice-only system that was originally implemented in the 1960s. Those same advocates say the technology comes in handy for the deaf and mute communities, as well as during particularly hairy situations, such as an instance of ongoing domestic violence, when phone calls might not be as easy to perform. While the integration of texting into the 911 system has its applications, some have questioned the overall practicality of texting during an emergency situation. “Law enforcement makes it a priority to stay up to date with the latest technology,” said Sumter Police Chief Russell F. Roark III. “But using it as a primary method raises some concerns. It’s a matter of slowing down response time, and we definitely don’t want to do that.” Shirlene Skipper, the director for 911 in Sumter, isn’t opposed to the new technology but remains an ardent advocate for the original method. “From a 911 voice call, I can get exactly what I need from a caller in 30 to 50 seconds,” she said. “You could give me all the information that I need as an operator in that amount of time — about the same time you’d just be finishing the first text.”

Troy Landry, a star of the History channel’s reality show “Swamp People,” greets Sumterites at the festival on Saturday.

With little more than two weeks to go before polls open in the 2014 primary elections, four men hoping to represent tri-county voters made their case, and drew contrasts with their opponents, in a candidates’ forum on Thursday. One of the state’s longest serving legislators, Rep. Grady Brown, traded barbs with his young challenger Brian Alston, while two others seeking their first elected office, Charlie Jones and Jimmy McCain, sought to convince voters they were each the best choice to serve on Sumter County Council. This week’s forum, hosted by the Sumter branch of the NAACP at the North HOPE Center, brought together all these candidates, giving citizens the chance to ask them questions during what may be the only time they appear in the same venue before the June 10 vote. Everyone at Thursday’s forum is running in the Democratic Party primary. Brown is running for a 16th term

Proponents of the new 911 texting system say the option to send a text message to emergency operators would be beneficial in some scenarios, such as criminal domestic violence.

CONTACT US

DEATHS, A11

Information: 774-1200 Advertising: 774-1237 Classifieds: 774-1234 Delivery: 774-1258 News and Sports: 774-1226

Leonard Cogdill Thomas Dukes Sr. Samuel Prince Jr. Alton L. Deas Lily McFadden Robert Bracey Stephen C. Battilana Sr.

WEATHER, A12

INSIDE

SUNNY DAY, STORMY NIGHT

5 SECTIONS, 38 PAGES VOL. 119, NO. 189

Partly sunny throughout the day; partly cloudy with a late thunderstorm at night. HIGH 86, LOW 64

Business D1 Classifieds D3 Comics E1

Lotteries A12 Opinion A9 Television E3


A2

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

Call: (803) 774-1226 | E-mail: pressrelease@theitem.com

Penny for Progress brings summer road work BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com (803) 774-1272 Memorial Day is known as the start of summer driving season. But drivers making their way around Sumter this season will have to share the road with construction crews making the next round of Penny for Progress improvements. This year, the holiday is also the beginning of a series of “spot safety” improvements at selected intersections around town, with the end goal of improving traffic flow and commuter safety throughout the region. “This is part of the longrange improvement plan approved back in 2007, looking at some of the most dangerous intersections in need of specific spot improvements,” said Planning Director George McGregor. Work will begin the week after Memorial Day, when workers will close the northbound crossover lane connecting Pocalla Road with South Guignard Drive. Three more intersections are slated to follow, with work continuing on roughly one project per month through September. It’s a quick turnaround for a plan that’s been in the works for years. All the projects were included in the 2035 plan approved by the Sumter Urban Area Transportation Systems (SUATS) committee almost seven years ago, and funded by the Penny for Progress sales tax passed by voters in 2008. After work on the U.S. 15 crossover, the next three intersections are all on Broad Street — at Gion Street near the entrance to Sumter Mall, at Carter Road and at Patriot

Sumter County Planning Director George McGregor, right, examines a blueprint for one of this summer’s Penny for Progress intersection improvements with Commercial Development Coordinator Julie Coker. Starting the week after Memorial Day, the planned improvements will affect four intersections around town over the course of the summer.

BRISTOW MARCHANT / THE SUMTER ITEM

Parkway/Peach Orchard Road. The first project, beginning the week of June 2, will permanently close a lane that requires drivers heading north on Pocalla Road to cross over the southbound lane to reach Guignard Drive. Crossing the other lane can create congestion and the potential for traffic collisions, so workers will fill in the crossover as part of the grass median just in front of the “Welcome to Sumter” sign. “The danger is really in the crossover, so now traffic will go on to the signal at Guignard (Parkway) and 15,

and crossover to the northbound lane there,” said Julie Coker, the city of Sumter’s commercial development coordinator. The three Broad Street intersections will follow in July, August and September. Crews will lay a concrete island in the median of Broad in front of Gion, which will prevent lefthand turns onto Broad. The westbound turn lane to Gion will be repurposed into an eastbound turn lane into the mall. Later, a four-way traffic light will be installed at Broad and Carter, and three business entrances on the north

side of Broad will be combined into one lining up with the intersection. Lastly, a concrete median will be added to Broad, east of S.C. 441, replacing a thin grass median that traffic sometimes crosses to enter a parking lot short of the intersection. All projects combined will cost the county $525,929.15. They were bid out as a group last year to the Charles Smith Co. of Sumter. The four intersections targeted this summer follow earlier work on two downtown intersections on Calhoun Street, at Lafayette Drive and Main Street.

“We did the downtown streets earlier because they’re a little simpler. Those are more urban streets that involved putting in new signals and crosswalks,” McGregor said. Some lanes might be closed in work areas, but traffic should be able to use all the affected roadways with as little disruption as possible. “During the work on Gion, at lunch you might see more congestion, but I suspect that’s the most disruption you’ll see,” McGregor said. “These are minimal changes,” Coker said, “but they’ll have a big impact.”

FROM STAFF REPORTS

County budget up for first vote Tuesday

Council to talk budgets for first responders

BY BRISTOW MARCHANT bmarchant@theitem.com (803) 774-1272

LOCAL BRIEF Sumter City Council will consider the needs of the city’s emergency departments during a budget meeting on Tuesday. Police Chief Russell Roark and Fire Chief Karl Ford are scheduled to discuss “facility needs” with council members when they meet to review the city’s proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. The meeting will be held at the fire training grounds on McCrays Mill Road. The police and fire departments regularly receive the largest share of funding in the city’s general fund, with department requests of more than $8 million and $6 million respectively for the 2015 fiscal year. The new budget must be set and approved by city council by July 1. The budget meeting is set to begin at 6 p.m.

CORRECTION If you see a statement in error, contact the City Desk at 774-1226 or pressrelease@theitem.com.

Sumter County’s annual budget will face its first vote on Tuesday, with just over a month remaining for county officials to bring the $45 million spending plan into balance. At last check, the county had to close a gap of around $900,000 between expected revenue for the 2014-15 fiscal year and the projected spending needs of Sumter County departments and programs. Sumter County Council will meet in a special budget workshop at 5 p.m. Tuesday before members take their first vote on the plan at council’s 6 p.m. regular meeting. “It’s normal not to have a balanced budget on first reading,” said Councilman Charles Edens. “We won’t have any trouble on first reading, that’s a formality. But we’ll probably have another workshop before the next meeting.” Any budget must pass three separate readings by council before it can go into effect, and there are only three scheduled council meetings left before the beginning of the new fiscal year on July 1. County officials may have some tough choices to make before crafting the final

budget, which under state law must be balanced. At its last budget session, council received requests for extra funding and personnel from several county department heads. When combined, the requests would add another $1.5 million to county spending demands. “The only way we’re going to do that is with a tax increase,” said Councilman Eugene Baten, “and I do not see getting the other side, the Republican members, to budge on it.” The county has faced other challenges in trying to balance its books. Only this past week, state budget forecasts confirmed counties would receive the same amount of money in local government funds as last year, after the Senate had earlier moved $16 million into a provisional budget. That would have cost Sumter County around $300,000 in state funding. The latest Senate version of the budget would increase funding to counties over last year’s budget, even if the local government fund is still funded at a lower level than state law calls for. “Hopefully, we’ll get at least the same as we did last year,” Edens said. “It’s not a relief, because it’s not where it should be, but a week ago, we didn’t know what they were going to do.” Drawing up a balanced budget at the same time the state Legislature is ad-

justing funding for local governments is always a challenge for local officials. “I’ve been at third reading and texting (State Rep.) Murrell Smith to find out what we were going to get,” Edens said. Baten said his priority is ensuring all county employees get a pay raise out of the budget, which could alleviate some of the personnel issues department heads brought up at the last meeting. But if cuts can’t be found in the draft budget, the alternative is a raise in the county’s tax millage. “That’s the last thing you want to do, but sometimes we have to,” Baten said. “Every time we do, I have to pay it too. I’m not exempt.” Last year’s county budget included a 1.7-mill increase in county property taxes, something that nearly derailed the process. The budget had to go through a second round of readings when council deadlocked on an earlier version, and the document only passed on a 4-3 vote at a specially-called meeting days before the deadline. Council members this year are reluctant to do that again. “Not with my vote,” Edens said. “I would hope that’s not going to be necessary, and my gut feeling is the rest of council does not want to see a millage increase. We’re just going to keep working on it.”

HOW TO REACH US IS YOUR PAPER MISSING? ARE YOU GOING ON VACATION? 20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter, S.C. 29150 (803) 774-1200 Jack Osteen Editor and Publisher Jack@theitem.com (803) 774-1238 Braden Bunch Senior News Editor bbunch@theitem.com (803) 774-1201 Waverly Williams Sales Manager wwilliams@theitem.com (803) 774-1237

Earle Woodward Customer Service Manager earlew@theitem.com (803) 774-1259 Michele Barr Business Manager mbarr@theitem.com (803) 774-1249 Gail Mathis Clarendon Bureau Manager gail@theitem-clarendonsun.com (803) 435-4716

Member, Verified Audit Circulation

Call (803) 774-1258 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

TO PLACE AN ANNOUNCEMENT Birth, Engagement, Wedding, Anniversary, Obituary Call (803) 774-1226 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TO ADVERTISE Call (803) 774-1237 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TO BUY A SUBSCRIPTION Call (803) 774-1258 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Rural Route Home Delivery TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

One year - $174.25; six months $91; three months - $47.50; two months, $33; one month $16.50. EZPay, $14.50/month SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Standard Home Delivery TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

One year - $84; six months - $43; three months - $22; one month $7.50; EZPay, $7.50

One year - $166; Six months $87; three months - $45.25; two months - $31.50; one month $15.75; EZPay - $14/month

Mail Delivery

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

Printed on recycled paper with environmentally safe soy inks to reduce ruboff. The Item is recyclable.

One year - $81.60; six months $40.80; three months - $20.40; one month, $6.80; EZPay, $6.80

One year - $276; six months $138; three months - $69; one month - $23

The Sumter Item is published six days a week except for July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day (unless it falls on a Sunday) by Osteen Publishing Co., 20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter, SC 29150. Periodical postage paid at Sumter, SC 29150. Postmaster: Send address changes to Osteen Publishing Co., 20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter, SC 29150 Publication No. USPS 525-900


LOCAL

THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

A3

Scenes from the Iris Festival

PHOTOS BY MATT WALSH / THE SUMTER ITEM

A man rides down Liberty Street during the Iris Parade. Sumter High School’s jazz band jams on Saturday.

Troy Landry, of “Swamp People,” talks to a Sumter Police Department officer at the Iris Festival.

Use diet and exercise to promote lifelong bone health

A

ccording to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 57 million Americans are affected by osteoporosis or low bone mass causing more than 2 million bone breaks each year. Although women are at greater risk, men can get it too. In fact, a man over the age of 50 is more likely to break a bone due to osteoporosis than he is to Missy get prostate Corrigan cancer. Osteoporosis is a disease that thins or weakens the bones, leaving your bones frail and weak and increasing your risk of suffering broken bones from even the slightest impact. It is sometimes called a “silent disease” because the disease occurs slowly over time without any warning signs. Luckily it is a preventable and treatable disease. There are both controllable and uncontrollable factors that can put you at risk for developing osteoporosis. The uncontrollable factors are being over age 50, female, height loss, family history, or a small, thin frame. The controllable factors are poor diet, eating disorders, inactive lifestyle, smoking, drinking alcohol and losing weight. Even some prescription medications can cause bone loss. Both diet and exercise play a vital role in developing and maintaining good bone health. Foods can either play a positive or negative role in calcium absorption for strong bones. Sodas, caffeine and alcohol can prevent the absorption of calcium, causing bone loss. A well-balanced diet that consists of a variety of healthy foods such as dairy, vegetables, fish and other lean protein sources, limits pro-

Your community news source www.theitem.com

cessed foods and reduces sodium intake is ideal for calcium absorption and strong bones. Regular physical activity is crucial for optimal bone growth and the maintenance of bone mass and density. The best workout for osteoporosis prevention is one that involves a combination of

strength training, weight bearing activity, small muscle development exercises, and stretch and balance exercises, combined with aerobic activities. Posture exercises are also very important. So for those who spend most days hunched over working on a project or at a computer,

be sure to take posture breaks to relieve the stress and tension in your spine and neck. If you are at risk or are already have osteoporosis, it is important to seek out a healthcare professional that can help diagnose, manage or treat the disease.

TIPS FOR PREVENTION: • Avoid processed foods; • Perform strength training exercises; • Eat a well-balanced diet; and • Get screened regularly.


A4

|

ROLL CALL

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

HOUSE

R-1, Joe Wilson, R-2, Jeff Duncan, R-3, Trey Gowdy, R-4, Mick Mulvaney, R-5, James Clyburn, D-6, Tom Rice, R-7 Voting no: None Not voting: None

FISCAL 2015 MILITARY

MINIMUM WAGE, EQUAL PAY:

WASHINGTON (AP) — Here’s how area members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending May 23.

BUDGET: Voting 325 for and 98 against, the House on May 22 authorized a $600.7 billion military budget (HR 4435) for fiscal 2015, including $74 billion for U.S. engagements in Afghanistan; $5 billion for other overseas actions; nearly $60 billion for active-duty and retiree health care; $17.9 billion for nuclearweapons programs run by the Department of Energy and $8.3 billion for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The bill funds a 1.8 percent military pay raise, bars higher co-payments or enrollment fees in the military health care system known as Tricare, keeps prosecution of sexual-assault cases in the chain of command and authorizes a force of 1,308,920 active-duty personnel and 827,800 reservists. Additionally, the bill suspends military cooperation with Russia; bars closure of the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, military prison; maintains a fleet of 11 aircraft carriers; prohibits base closings; funds 10 Apache helicopters for Egypt; bolsters the U.S. Africa and Cyber commands; expands U.S. European Command support of countries bordering Russia; upgrades mental-health and suicide-prevention programs; and prohibits the retirement of Air Force U-2 spy planes and Navy cruisers. A yes vote was to pass the bill. VOTE H-1 slugged MILITARY SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Mark Sanford,

By a vote of 194 for and 227 against, the House on May 22 defeated a motion by Democrats to prohibit the awarding of contracts under HR 4435 (above) to companies that fail to pay a minimum wage of $10.10 per hour or provide pay equity between male and female employees, among other provisions. A yes vote was to require firms to pay a $10.10 minimum wage as a condition of receiving military contracts. VOTE H-2 slugged WAGE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Clyburn Voting no: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

BAN ON CLIMATE-CHANGE SPENDING: Voting 231 for and 192 against, the House on May 22 adopted an amendment to HR 4435 (above) that would prohibit the Department of Defense from spending funds in its fiscal 2015 budget on programs that address climate change. A yes vote was to prohibit military spending to deal with climate change. VOTE H-3 slugged CLIMATE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Voting no: Clyburn Not voting: None

REPEAL OF 9/11 WAR RESOLUTION: The House on May 22 refused, 191 for and 233 against,

to repeal the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), which, along with the Iraq war resolution approved in 2002, has been the legal basis of U.S. military actions since 9/11. The amendment was offered to HR 4435 (above). Backers said that after repeal, presidents would still have constitutional authority to act quickly to protect national security, but opponents said repeal would increase U.S. exposure to terrorist attacks. A yes vote was to repeal open-ended war authority enacted one week after 9/11. VOTE H-4 slugged WAR RESOLUTION SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Mulvaney, Clyburn Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

INDEFINITE MILITARY DETENTION IN THE U.S.: Voting 191 for and 230 against, the House on May 22 defeated an amendment to HR 4435 (above) that would repeal the authority presidents were granted after 9/11 to indefinitely detain suspected members of terrorist organizations in U.S. military custody without charges rather than assign them to America’s civilian criminal-justice system. Adam Smith, D-Wash., said “our Constitution works, and we ought to value it, and we ought to let (it) work. (Indefinite detention) is not necessary. It is an enormous amount of power to grant the executive, and I believe (it) places liberty and freedom at risk in this country.” A yes vote was to repeal presidential powers to order indefinite detention. VOTE H-5 slugged DETENTION

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

GUANTANAMO BAY CLOSURE: Voting 177 for and 247 against, the House on May 22 defeated an amendment to HR 4435 (above) to shut down the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, by the end of 2016. Under one closure scenario, about half of Guantanamo’s 154 detainees would be transferred to super-max prisons in the U.S., and the remainder — those regarded as non-threatening to the U.S. — would be sent to other countries. Most Guantanamo inmates have not been charged for lack of evidence. A yes vote was to close the Guantanamo Bay military prison. VOTE H-6 slugged GUANTANAMO SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: Sanford, Clyburn Voting no: Wilson (SC), Duncan (SC), Gowdy, Mulvaney, Rice (SC) Not voting: None

SENATE FEDERAL RESERVE CONFIRMATION: Voting 68 for and 27 against, the Senate on May 21 confirmed Stanley Fischer as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve System. He assumes a term that will expire on Feb. 1, 2020, and which became vacant when Janet Yellen was confirmed in January as Federal Reserve chair. Fischer, 70, who holds dual U.S.-Israeli citizenship, has been chief economist at the World Bank, a governor of the Bank of Israel and professor of economics at schools

such as MIT and the University of Chicago. A yes vote was to confirm Fischer. VOTE S-1 slugged RESERVE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Not voting: None

FEDERAL JUDGE DAVID BARRON: By a vote of 53 for and 45 against, the Senate on May 22 confirmed David J. Barron, 46, a Harvard law professor, as a judge on the 1st Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, which is based in Boston. As a top Justice Department official in the Obama administration, Barron authored two classified memos providing a legal basis for a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in 2011 that killed Anwar alAwaiki, an American citizen and terrorist suspect. Senate opposition to his confirmation was based mainly on that chapter of his legal career. A yes vote was to confirm Judge Barron. VOTE S-1 slugged JUDGE SOUTH CAROLINA Voting yes: None Voting no: Lindsey Graham, R, Tim Scott, R Not voting: None © 2014, Thomas Voting Reports Inc.


A8

|

LOCAL

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

FORUM FROM PAGE A1 drive through House District 50. “These days, Sumter County is looking more like Lee County; you can see the decline creeping closer to town,” Alston said. The incumbent argued the district has seen advancement in his time in office. Lee County has laid the groundwork to attract new industry, Brown said, and he supported a penny tax that led to the construction of new schools. If local businesses have struggled in recent years, it’s because the district needs to position itself to compete in a global economy. “Commerce (Department) can tell you Lee has some of the best industrial sites in the state,” Brown said. “We have sites along I-20, sites that have water and sewage connected and ready to go.” But Alston told the forum industrial sites don’t matter “when you don’t have any industry in them,” and said the district may need a new face in the Statehouse to move forward. “I would be an advocate for the invisible and the voiceless,” he said. Both men took jabs at each other as they alternated answering questions from NAACP moderator Roland Richardson. Brown

PHOTOS BY BRISTOW MARCHANT / THE SUMTER ITEM

Jimmy McCain, above, touted his management experience and community involvement in Thursday’s candidate forum. Charlie Jones, left, speaks at the forum, promising to aggressively bring new development and business to Sumter County Council District 6. pointed out Alston, who previously lived in Atlanta, has never voted in the district before. Alston noted that Brown, despite his advocacy for public education, sent his children to private school. “Attack me on how I vote,” Brown said. “The South Carolina Education Association has never rated me below a 91. I have an A+ voting record on public education.” In the race for Sumter County Council District 6, the two candidates offered voters a choice between bold and cautious approaches to the seat. Jones, a recording artist, said he would take an

aggressive approach to getting more money for Sumter’s southside. “We’re not going to change anything unless we’re outspoken, and I am. And I don’t mind people saying I’m anything but a child of God,” Jones said. “I speak truth to power. All the officials in Sumter know me because I’ve been in their face.” McCain, on the other hand, when asked what qualities recommend him for the job stressed his humility, along with his management experience with UPS. “You’re not going to be able to just bring jobs to the area. Whoever’s elected, this

Call (803) 774-1200 and subscribe today.

is going to be their first time on a new job, and you’ve got to learn the job,” he said. “I managed a million-dollar budget, so I know how to cut out waste, but first I’ve got to learn the job.” Jones is confident he can cut waste in county government (“any department that gets new vehicles every year, throw that money out,” he said), and instead use any savings to promote development in the sixth district. He said his goal is to see the Manning Avenue corridor as full of businesses as Broad Street. “The southside is one of the most neglected sections

of the county,” he said. “If you tell the county administrator to draw up the papers, it will look completely different in three or four years.” McCain touted long-term development that would prepare the groundwork for bringing growth to the area. “What national business is going to come there with the way it looks now? You’ve got to revitalize the neighborhoods before you bring in new business,” he said. “The only way to increase revenue without new taxes is to bring in new industry and jobs. You can’t get it by waving a magic wand, but we can bring it in.”

Your community news source


THE SUMTER ITEM N.G. Osteen 1843-1936 The Watchman and Southron

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 H.G. Osteen 1870-1955 Founder, The Item

H.D. Osteen 1904-1987 The Item

|

A9

Margaret W. Osteen 1908-1996 The Item Hubert D. Osteen Jr. Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Graham Osteen Co-President Kyle Osteen Co-President Jack Osteen Editor and Publisher Larry Miller CEO Braden Bunch Senior News Editor

20 N. Magnolia St., Sumter, South Carolina 29150 • Founded October 15, 1894

On TV, beer looks a lot more romantic than it really is This column first appeared on Sunday, June 11, 1989.

COMMENTARY

C

sionable teenagers, too many of whom equate having a good time with swilling beer, regardless of the fact that they’re below the legal age for consuming alcoholic beverages. Although the legal drinking age is 21 in South Carolina, it hasn’t deterred ingenious youths Hubert D. from partakOsteen Jr. ing, thanks to the booming cottage industry of phony identification cards. Fortunately, law enforcement authorities in some locales are beginning to crack down on drinking establishments that are too casual about honoring these cards.

ertain TV commercials have become familiar staples. You remember the scenes: Young and old alike, enjoying life, sharing warm moments together, laughing, hugging, interacting in touchy-feely interludes of glowing friendship and togetherness. As the 30-second spots come to a close, the camera pans to a positively irresistible shot of A Cold One that, the commercial suggests, is indispensable to enjoying life. A Cold One, of course, is a beer, glorified in these visual representations as something no young, vigorous, trendy, with-it person should be denied as he enjoys the greater pleasures of life. Unfortunately, these slick commercials have a way of making an impact on impres-

But unfortunately, the glorification of young people “having a good time” by guzzling beer continues unabated. Case in point was an article appearing in Columbia’s leading newspaper earlier this week that highlighted a group of recent high school graduates earning their Sun Fun diplomas on the Grand Strand in endless pursuit of a six-pack and nubile females. These stories about high-spirited youths sowing their wild oats on the coast are amusing enough until the reality of statistics showing fatally-injured drivers being over-represented by beerdrinking youths, ages 14 to 20, begins to take hold. As a parent whose teenage son is at the beach this week celebrating his high school graduation, I can appreciate the difference between myth and reality as I ponder the statistics. No doubt my son will be exposed to beer, illegally ob-

tained, just as his peers are constantly exposed to the myth and reality of “having a good time” and the consequences of having too good a time by attempting to drive a car while intoxicated. It’s tough enough these days raising a kid in a society where the all-intrusive boob tube portrays alcoholic consumption as the equivalent to a religious experience without having a newspaper join the crowd by depicting partying by footloose teenagers as amusing and harmless high-jinks. While the more liberal elements in our culture may look upon such escapades as young people “finding themselves” or “participating fully in life,” at the risk of sounding like a prude, I prefer to view with alarm. I have yet to see any teenager — and I was one once — with the maturity and capacity to be able to drink sensibly. Perhaps that’s why, when

all the statistics and empirical data are compiled and analyzed, the printout reads that the legal drinking age should be 21. If the cops want to toss teenagers in the slammer for drinking beer, or come down hard on those who sell alcoholic beverages to them, they have my blessing. I’d rather see kids behind bars than under the soil. Breaking the law by drinking at an early age is not conducive to longevity or developing values that make one a better citizen. If the brewers wish to glorify great moments in beer-drinking featuring attractive, justplain-folks and high-octane yuppies, that’s their prerogative, but let’s try to separate myth from reality, and try to remind teens that the crowd enjoying the high life are all over 21. Reach Hubert D. Osteen at hubert@theitem.com.

COMMENTARY

You go left, you go right T

he men, women and children obeyed the commands of the Nazi SS guards. They had no choice. Thus began the systematic separation of husband from wives, brother from brother. Daughters and sisters hugged and said their goodbyes; mothers cried out for their children, panicking, desperately struggling to shield them from certain death; children sobbed for their mothers; their small minds knew they were in the presence of evil. The gas chamber was ahead. Death was within walking distance, either to the left or to the right. Between 1933 and 1945, more than 11 million people perished in Nazi concentration, labor, ghetto, transit and extermination camps. More than half were Jewish, about two-thirds of the Jewish population living in Europe. One-and-half million Jewish children perished. They were starved, shot, worked to death or died from disease or medical experimentations. They were asphyxiated in gas chambers and, no doubt, some died of broken Steve hearts, their spirits broken. Barwick By 1942, the Nazis had established six “killing centers” or “death camps” where millions were murdered. Within a few hours of arriving at one of the killing centers, prisoners stripped of their possessions, marched into the gas chambers and were asphyxiated. Those too weak or sick to walk to their death were shot. Bodies were burned in crematoriums or buried in pits designed to hide from the world the cruelty of mass slaughter. Auschwitz, one of the more widely known death camps and the most adept in the extermination of its prisoners, was a network of camps consisting of Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II-Birkenau and Auschwitz III-Monowitz. The liberation of Auschwitz came in January 1945 but not before an estimated 1.1 million people surrendered their lives to its gas chambers. The discovery of hundreds of thousands of suits, outfits and 14,000 pounds of human hair provided evidence of the carnage that had happened at this horrible place. Many more perished in camps that supported the killing centers or in massacres that occurred in such places as Babi Yar, where as many as 100,000 to 150,000 Jews were killed along with thousands of So-

viet prisoners of war, communist, gypsies and others. Or they died in mobile death vans, equipped to pump carbon monoxide to the captured passengers. The Holocaust was real, the Nazis’ “final solution” almost succeeded. However, on Dec. 8, 1941, America declared war on Japan. Three days later, on Dec. 11, 1941, Adolf Hitler declared war on the United States, asserting “We can’t lose the war at all. We now have an ally (Japan) which has never been conquered in 3,000 years.” Hitler should have listened to the feelings of Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, who sensed the bombing of Pearl Harbor had awakened a sleeping giant, filling the giant with resolve. These feelings proved to be prophetic. America and its allies conquered Germany and liberated thousands of concentration camp prisoners. The dreadful and ghastly conditions endured by Holocaust victims pungently greeted the liberators, sickening the most hardened combat veterans. Liberation brought hope, joy and relief to thousands of Holocaust survivors who faced certain death. But they would never escape the memories of the camps’ brutality, misery and carnage. Thirty-five U.S. Army divisions are recognized for their roles in liberating the concentration camps and survivors. This testament to America’s brave soldiers who triumphed over evil serves as a reminder that without America’s dominant and powerful military, the world as we know it would not exist. During the almost four years of declared war, America’s “Greatest Generation” came-of-age, successfully defending America and ridding the world of Hitler, the Third Reich and their ideologue of tyranny.

Fortunately for the world, America’s great generations continued to flourish. Their wars have been fought on the frozen hills of Korea and in the steamy jungles of Vietnam. They come home from battles in Afghanistan and Iraq as applauded soldiers, many with life-altering physical wounds and veiled mental challenges, debilitating afflictions most people cannot comprehend. Today, Operation Enduring Freedom and al-Qaida keep our soldiers constantly on vigil and in a state of alert. They readily deploy, upon a moment’s notice, when fanatics, determined to destroy our country, attack our nation or threaten its citizens. America’s future and continued prosperity requires a strong military made up of men and women proficiently trained and prepared to defend our country from the ever-present dangers of terrorism. Their vigilance must and will continue. But the call to duty also requires men and women of faith who can lead nations, states, regions and communities throughout the world; men and women of faith who champion the struggle against hunger, suffering, brutality, terrorism and injustice; men and women of faith who will prevent another Holocaust. This Memorial Day, take a moment to breathe in the freedoms of this country. Remember the sacrifices our military men and women endured. Say hello, shake the hand, and thank those who sacrifice today, and wish them Godspeed. For it will be these same men and women, who, through their military service and commitment to this nation will prevent modern-day extremists from commanding “you go left, you go right.” Reach Steve Barwick at gadawgcpa@gmail.com.

WHO REPRESENTS YOU SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Naomi Sanders 5605 Borden Road Rembert, SC 29128 (803) 499-3947 (home) DISTRICT 2 Artie Baker 3680 Bakersfield Lane Dalzell, SC 29040 803-469-3638 (home) DISTRICT 3 Jimmy R. Byrd Jr. 1084 Broad St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 778-0796 (office) (803) 775-2726 (Fax) countycouncil3@ftc-i.net

DISTRICT 4 Charles T. Edens 760 Henderson St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 775-0044 (home) DISTRICT 5 Vivian Fleming-McGhaney 9770 Lynches River Road Lynchburg, SC 29080 (803) 437-2797 (home) (803) 495-3247 (office) DISTRICT 6 Larry Blanding Chairman P.O. Box 1446 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 775-8518 (home)

DISTRICT 7 Eugene Baten Vice chairman P.O. Box 3193 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 773-0815 (home) SUMTER CITY COUNCIL MAYOR Joseph T. McElveen Jr. 20 Buford St. Sumter, SC 29150 803-773-0382 jmcelveen@sumter-sc.com WARD 1 Thomas J. Lowery 829 Legare St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 773-9298

WARD 2 Ione Dwyer P.O. Box 1492 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 481-4284 WARD 3 Calvin K. Hastie Sr. 810 S. Main St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 774-7776 WARD 4 Charlie Burns 422 W. Calhoun St. Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 773-8859 WARD 5 Robert Galiano 608 Antlers Drive Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 469-0005

WARD 6 David Merchant 26 Paisley Park Sumter, SC 29150 (803) 773-1086 STATE LAWMAKERS Rep. Grady Brown, D-Bishopville District 50 420 S. Main St. Bishopville, SC 29010 (803) 484-6832 Columbia: (803) 734-2934 Rep. Joe Neal, D-Hopkins District 70 P.O. Box 5 Hopkins, SC 29061 (803) 776-0353 Fax: (803) 734-9142 Columbia: (803) 734-2804 jn@schouse.org

Rep. Dr. Robert L. Ridgeway III, D-Clarendon District 64 117 N. Brooks St. Manning, SC 29102 (803) 938-3087 Columbia: (803) 212-6929 Rep. Ronnie A. Sabb, D-Greeleyville District 101 P.O. Box 311, Greeleyville, 29056 (843) 355-5349 Columbia: (803) 212-6926

Rep. Murrell Smith Jr., R-Sumter District 67 P.O. Box 580 Sumter, SC 29151 (803) 778-2471 Fax: (803) 778-1643 Columbia: (803) 734-3042 murrellsmith@schouse.gov Rep. J. David Weeks, D-Sumter District 51 2 Marlborough Court Sumter, SC 29154 (803) 775-5856 Columbia: (803) 734-3102

Sen. Gerald Malloy, D-Darlington District 29 1216 Salem Road Hartsville, SC 29550 (843) 339-3000 Columbia: (803) 212-6148

Sen. Lindsey Graham 290 Russell Senate Office Building Rep. Mick Mulvaney — 5th Washington, DC 20510 (202) 224-5972 District Midlands Regional Office 1207 Longworth HOB 508 Hampton Street, Suite 202 Washington, D.C. 20515 Columbia, SC 29201 (202) 225-5501 Sen. Kevin L. Johnson, Main: (803) 933-0112 531-A Oxford Drive D-Manning Sumter, SC 29150 District 36 Sen. Tim Scott (803) 327-1114 P.O. Box 156, Manning, 29102 167 Russell Senate Office (803) 435-8117 Building Rep. Jim Clyburn — 6th Columbia: (803) 212-6108 Washington, DC 20510 District (202) 224-6121 319 Cannon House Office Sen. J. Thomas McElveen III, Building (202) 228-5143 (fax) D-Sumter 1301 Gervais St., Suite 825 Washington, DC 20515 District 35 Columbia, SC 29201 (202) 225-3315 P. O. Box 57, Sumter, 29151 (803) 771-6112 1703 Gervais St. (803) 775-1263 (803) 771-6455 (fax) Columbia, SC 29201 Columbia: (803) 212-6132 (803) 799-1100 jclyburn@hr.house.gov NATIONAL LAWMAKERS


A10

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM


LEONARD COGDILL PINEWOOD — Leonard Cogdill, 77, husband of Shirley Ann Cameron Cogdill, died Saturday, May 24, 2014, at his residence. Born Jan. 3, 1937, in Baltimore, Maryland, he was the son of the late Clarence Leonard Cogdill and Annie Lee Hartley Cogdill. He was a farmer and a member of Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church. COGDILL He is survived by his wife of Pinewood; two sons, Chris Cogdill (Wendy) of Summerton and Kenny Cogdill (Scherrie) of Pinewood; a daughter, Renee Cogdill Sitepu (Evan) of Bali, Indonesia; a brother, Ralph Cogdill (Monica) of Summerton; six grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Richard Cameron officiating. Visitation will be from 9 to

10:45 a.m. prior to the service at the residence, 13567 Panola Road, Pinewood. Memorials may be made to Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church, c/o Sarah Coulliette, 15149 Panola Road, Pinewood, SC 29125. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church St., Manning, is in charge of arrangements, (803) 435-2179. www.stephensfuneralhome.org

THOMAS DUKES Sr.

ALTON L. DEAS

MANNING — Thomas Dukes Sr., 83, husband of Evoila Butler Dukes, died Friday, May 23, 2014, at Clarendon Memorial Hospital in Manning. He was born Aug. 7, 1930, in Manning, a son of the late Tom Dukes and Gretchel Conyers. Family is receiving friends at the residence. These services have been entrusted to Samuels Funeral Home LLC in Manning.

Alton Laverne Deas, 73, died on Saturday, May 24, 2014, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by Bullock Funeral Home.

SAMUEL PRINCE Jr. Samuel Prince Jr., 66, husband of Cartear Jean Evans Prince died late Friday eve-

911 TEXT FROM PAGE A1 Skipper said the primary concern is correspondence, the back-and-forth chatter between dispatchers and callers that is absolutely vital in emergency situations. “There’s so much more we can gather during a voice conversation than by something like texting,� she said. “For one, the background noise definitely clues us in as to the severity of the situation, such as gunshots and other clues. Second, hearing a caller’s voice also gives us more information. For example, if you tell me you have a history of diabetes, then your slurred speech tells me you’re about to bottom out, and I can relay that to EMS as they’re sent to respond.� But what about the deaf and mute? Skipper said there’s already a system in place for that. “Most of the people in our deaf/mute community already have a machine called a TTY or TDD, also known as a Telecommunications Device for the Deaf,� she said. “Through that machine, the deaf can type individual messages to 911 operators.� Skipper explained that TDD users send in a call to 911, and technology at the call center registers the incoming call as coming from someone who is hearing-impaired. Callers and operators send messages back and forth during the calls, each message ending with the abbreviation “GA� for “Go Ahead.� Operators also have prepared messages, such as the initial prompt of “You have reached Sumter 911. Where is your emergency?� to help speed the process along. “Knowing where you are is by far the most crucial information,� Skipper said. “As long as we have that, we’ll send everything.�

ning, May 23, 2014, at Tuomey Regional Medical Center in Sumter. Born in the New Zion section of Clarendon County, he was a son of Mary Lee Prince and the late Samuel Prince Sr. The family will receive friends at the home, 1027 Nathaniel St., Sumter. Samuels Funeral Home LLC of Manning is in charge of arrangements.

As far as how frequently emergency calls come from the deaf, Skipper said they’re pretty rare. “I’d have to dig through records a bit before I could tell you the last time we had a deaf or mute caller,� she said. Rick Blackwell, 911 director of Greenville, said the system they have, while useful, has only been used a few dozen times since being implemented. “I’d say we’ve had about 38 cases or so since January,� he said. “There have been a few (criminal domestic violence) cases where texting was used to contact local law enforcement.� There’s little opposition to the belief that a mobile option for the deaf and/or mute community would be beneficial in emergency situations, but considering the reliance on texting exhibited by younger generations, Skipper said it should not be considered a substitute method by the public at large. “If you’re in an area that supports 911 texting, I’d say, ‘Call when you can, text when you can’t,’� Skipper said. “And I mean only when you can’t call.� Like Skipper, Blackwell strongly advocates that people continue using the voice system as the primary means of contacting 911 operators. “This definitely isn’t a replacement system,� he said. “We strongly prefer you call us rather than text.� Skipper had additional questions about the limitations of such a system. “There are women who walk around today, many of them victims of criminal domestic violence, who can’t af-

LILY McFADDEN Lily McFadden, 88, the widow of Henry McFadden, entered eternal rest on Friday,

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 May 23, 2014, in Sumter Health and Rehab Center, Sumter. Born April 2, 1926, in Sumter, she was the daughter of the late Eugene and Hattie Miller. Funeral plans will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter.

ROBERT BRACEY Robert Bracey, 77, the husband of Susie Lee Rose Bracey, entered eternal rest on Friday, May 23, 2014, in Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg. Born July 14, 1936 in Sumter, he was the son of the late Isaiah and Corine Williams Bracey. The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home of his daughter, Letha B. Haynesworth, 130 Curtis Wood Drive, Sumter. Funeral plans will be announced by Community Funeral Home of Sumter.

STEPHEN C. BATTILANA Sr. Stephen Charles Battilana Sr., 73, husband of Judy Barfield Battilana, died Sat-

‘From a 911 voice call, I can get exactly what I need from a caller in 30 to 50 seconds. You could give me all the information that I need as an operator in that amount of time — about the same time you’d just be finishing the first text.’ SHIRLENE SKIPPER director for 911 in Sumter ford a cellphone plan, but carry an out-of-service phone just in case they need to dial 911,� she said. “So long as that battery stays charged, they can still call 911, regardless of whether it’s active or not. Does the same apply for texting?� According to Blackwell, the system in Greenville operates through T-Mobile and Verizon networks. He said the rules are different for each carrier. “With Verizon, you have to have a data plan to send texts to 911,� he said. “With T-Mobile, you can still text 911 without a data plan.� The 911 texting system uses SMS messaging, and Skipper was concerned about message lengths. “Our carriers here operate through a web portal that al-

lows up to 256 characters,� Blackwell said. “That should be plenty of room to get us the information we need.� Smartphone users, or younger texters who might not even be privy to a time when the length of a text message was limited by character count, occasionally type longer messages. So what happens if it’s too long?

|

A11

urday, May 24, 2014, at his home. Born in Sacramento, California, he was a son of the late Angelo Battilana and the late Betsie Brown Cook. Mr. Battilana retired from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office after 21 years of service. Survivors include his wife of 36 years; five children, Cindy Harding (Mike), Stephen C. “Chuck� Battilana Jr. (Natalie) and Melissa Evans (Jeremiah), all of Virginia, Rene Potter (Jeff ) of Lynchburg and David Battilana of Sumter; 17 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; one brother, Richard Battilana of California; one sister, Marilyn Morris of California; and a number of nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Elmore-CannonStephens Funeral Home and Crematorium and other times at the home. Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements.

“I have to give you an honest ‘I don’t know,’� Blackwell said. Would it get cut off at the end of the initial message? “We haven’t tested that yet,� Blackwell explained. “I’d imagine it comes as a second text message.� If Sumter were to decide to implement such a system, Roark said it would take some time before the new technology would be active. “We want to make sure we have the proper technical support on the backend before we begin working toward a system that supports communication through text messaging,� he said. “The (Sumter) Telecommunications Center is currently responsible for dispatching emergency responders throughout Sumter County. There are many factors involved in upgrading the entire system, and it will take some time to do so in the proper fashion.�

Your community news source www.theitem.com

&D]DO9HUVDFH'LRU*XFFL3UDGD*LRUJLR$UPDQL 5DOSK/DXUHQ3ROR%XUEHUU\/D)RQW

VISION CENTER 701 Bultman Drive 803.773.4723

OBITUARIES

THE SUMTER ITEM


A12

|

DAILY PLANNER

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

MEMORIAL DAY SCHEDULE BANKS — All area banks and credit unions will be closed on Monday. GOVERNMENT — The following will be closed on Monday: federal government offices; U.S. Postal Service; state government offices; City of Sumter offices; County of Sumter offices; Clarendon County offices; and Lee County offices. SCHOOLS — The following will be closed on Monday: Sumter School District; Lee County Public Schools; Thomas Sumter Academy; St. Anne Catholic School; St. Francis Xavier High School; Laurence Manning Academy; Clarendon Hall; Sumter Christian School; and Robert E. Lee Academy. Clarendon School Districts 1, 2 and 3 will be open and schools will run as regularly scheduled on Monday. Morris College administrative offices will be open on Monday but classes will not be held. Central Carolina Technical College will observe a faculty workday on Monday but classes will not be held. USC Sumter will be open on Monday. OTHER — The following will be closed on Monday: Clemson Extension Service; Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce; Harvin Clarendon County Library; the Sumter County Library; Black River Electric Coop.; and Farmers Telephone Coop. All offices of The Sumter Item will be closed on Monday.

CLARENDON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES Tuesday, 6 p.m., 10 E. Hospital St., Manning, hospital board room

WEATHER AccuWeather® five-day forecast for Sumter TODAY

TONIGHT

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Partly sunny

Partly cloudy, a t-storm late

Clouds and sun with a t-storm

Partly sunny and warm

A couple of thunderstorms

A stray afternoon thunderstorm

86°

64°

86° / 67°

90° / 67°

92° / 67°

84° / 68°

Chance of rain: 25%

Chance of rain: 60%

Chance of rain: 55%

Chance of rain: 25%

Chance of rain: 60%

Chance of rain: 40%

Winds: SSE 4-8 mph

Winds: S 4-8 mph

Winds: SSW 6-12 mph

Winds: W 6-12 mph

Winds: WNW 6-12 mph

Winds: NNE 6-12 mph

TODAY’S SOUTH CAROLINA WEATHER

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Express your EUGENIA LAST thoughts and engage in debates that allow you to share your experience and knowledge. Don’t let problems at home slow you down. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Hidden matters will be revealed. Damage control will need to be executed to avoid hurting your reputation. Being upfront will give you the edge you need to get your way. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Get your information together and work diligently preparing what you want to pursue. Being secretive will add an element of surprise to whatever you plan. A romantic temptation will give you plenty to think about.

SUMTER CITY-COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Wednesday, 3 p.m., fourth floor, Sumter Opera House, Council Chambers

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Don’t waste time on unproductive ventures. Focus on partnerships and gaining greater access to the standard of living you want to achieve. Put love on a pedestal, share your intentions. Taking action will bring positive results. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): An open mind will lead to both self- and domestic improvements. Protect your assets and avoid making donations or financial commitments that could infringe on your standard of living. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Take part in community events or do things with youngsters or active people who can keep up with your adventuresome mentality. Set the stage for romance.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Putting in extra hours at work or starting your own small business will bring favorable results. People you’ve worked with in the past will honor you if you include them in your plans. Love is on the rise.

friends will set the stage for future ventures. Discussing old goals or making arrangements that will help you source out new possibilities will bring promising results. Love is in the stars.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t make an impulsive financial, medical or legal decision. You stand to lose if you aren’t diligent about rules and regulations. Draw information from people you know have shared similar situations.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Stabilize your situation by getting involved in events, organizations or fundraisers that will give you the opportunity to have a say in your community. Don’t let someone you live with dictate what you can and cannot do.

THE NEWSDAY CROSSWORD

ACROSS 1 Mythical strongman 6 Bubble-wrap sound 9 Splinter group 13 Optimistic comment 19 Baloney 20 Hotel freebie 21 Arthur __ Stadium (US Open venue) 22 Not impressed 23 Netting setting 26 Hinge (on) 27 Savings acct. posting 28 Ursa Minor’s brightest 76 Across 29 Paranormal ability 31 Goal of some forces 32 Antagonize 34 Possible sneaker fabric 35 Weigh heavily

Columbia 87/64

Temperatures shown on map are today’s highs and tonight’s lows.

IN THE MOUNTAINS

Sumter 86/64

LOCAL ALMANAC

Aiken 84/62

on 37 Extended story 38 Far from fresh 40 Where a hole begins 41 Throb 43 Scratch up 44 Data entry clerk 46 Betting setting 49 Large quantity 52 Nos. on maps 53 Washroom, for short 54 Sponsored messages 57 Big commotions 59 Metaphysical study 62 Juan’s water 66 Yellow crayon color 68 Dancer’s click 70 One-strand molecule 71 Come to shore 72 Jetting setting 76 Light at night 77 Word preceding “boost” or “trip”

78 “Encore performances” 79 Open, as luggage 80 Protagonist 81 Magazine-biz category 83 Hypercritics 85 Thus far 86 South Park kid 88 Gatsby portrayer before Redford and DiCaprio 90 Leaves the stage 92 Sweating setting 98 The Phillies’ div. 102 See 108 Across 103 Reach 104 Telephonic trio 107 Unchallenging course 108 With 102 Across, savings vehicle 110 Out of __ (testy) 111 Sling mud at 113 In a dilemma

Charleston 86/65

LAKE LEVELS

Today Hi/Lo/W 85/67/t 80/59/pc 87/69/pc 78/58/s 88/71/pc 75/62/pc 88/69/s 78/60/pc 92/69/t 80/60/s 95/78/s 73/54/pc 81/62/s

SUN AND MOON 7 a.m. yest. 358.07 75.69 75.45 97.32

24-hr chg -0.01 -0.05 none +0.11

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

0.36" 1.95" 2.40" 14.52" 18.64" 16.75"

NATIONAL CITIES City Atlanta Chicago Dallas Detroit Houston Los Angeles New Orleans New York Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix San Francisco Wash., DC

Full pool 360 76.8 75.5 100

Lake Murray Marion Moultrie Wateree

81° 62° 84° 59° 97° in 1953 47° in 1993

Precipitation 24 hrs ending 4 p.m. yest. Month to date Normal month to date Year to date Last year to date Normal year to date

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 87/67/t 83/64/pc 85/70/t 81/64/pc 87/71/c 81/62/pc 87/70/pc 83/66/pc 90/69/t 86/65/s 103/81/s 76/53/pc 87/66/s

Flood 7 a.m. 24-hr stage yest. chg 12 9.36 -0.15 19 3.96 -1.39 14 9.95 +1.55 14 3.47 -0.24 80 77.67 -0.16 24 5.30 +0.01

Sunrise 6:15 a.m. Moonrise 4:09 a.m.

Sunset Moonset

8:23 p.m. 5:31 p.m.

New

First

Full

Last

May 28

June 5

June 12

June 19

TIDES AT MYRTLE BEACH

Today Mon.

High 7:03 a.m. 7:34 p.m. 7:56 a.m. 8:23 p.m.

Ht. 3.0 3.4 2.9 3.5

Low Ht. 1:40 a.m. 0.0 1:49 p.m. -0.5 2:35 a.m. 0.0 2:39 p.m. -0.5

REGIONAL CITIES City Asheville Athens Augusta Beaufort Cape Hatteras Charleston Charlotte Clemson Columbia Darlington Elizabeth City Elizabethtown Fayetteville

Today Hi/Lo/W 79/53/pc 85/62/t 85/63/t 86/67/t 77/65/s 86/65/s 82/61/pc 84/63/t 87/64/t 86/63/s 81/61/s 85/63/s 86/62/s

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 81/59/pc 86/65/t 87/65/t 86/69/t 79/69/pc 86/68/pc 85/64/pc 87/66/t 88/66/t 87/66/pc 84/66/pc 85/67/pc 86/67/pc

Today City Hi/Lo/W Florence 86/63/s Gainesville 89/67/t Gastonia 83/63/pc Goldsboro 86/62/s Goose Creek 86/65/s Greensboro 82/61/pc Greenville 83/62/t Hickory 81/60/pc Hilton Head 82/72/s Jacksonville, FL 88/67/t La Grange 89/60/t Macon 88/65/t Marietta 87/65/t

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 86/66/pc 89/66/t 86/64/pc 87/66/pc 85/68/t 84/65/pc 86/65/t 83/64/pc 82/74/pc 87/67/t 89/61/t 88/65/t 87/65/t

Today City Hi/Lo/W Marion 81/59/pc Mt. Pleasant 84/65/s Myrtle Beach 81/66/s Orangeburg 86/63/t Port Royal 84/67/s Raleigh 84/61/s Rock Hill 83/61/pc Rockingham 86/62/s Savannah 86/65/t Spartanburg 84/62/t Summerville 83/70/s Wilmington 83/63/s Winston-Salem 83/61/pc

Mon. Hi/Lo/W 84/63/pc 84/68/pc 81/69/pc 86/65/t 85/69/pc 86/65/pc 85/64/pc 87/66/pc 86/68/t 87/65/t 83/72/pc 85/67/pc 84/65/pc

Weather(W): s–sunny, pc–partly cloudy, c–cloudy, sh–showers, t–thunderstorms, r–rain, sf–snow flurries, sn–snow, i–ice

SATURDAY’S ANSWERS

114 Walk onstage 116 UN observer state 117 Sleepwear 119 Clancy novel staple 120 Comply with 122 Setting setting 125 Frozen-food giant 126 Removes a seam from 127 Butter holder 128 Old saying 129 Victor at Thermopylae 130 OR order 131 Clancy novel staple 132 Cardboard recycler’s machine DOWN 1 Initially 2 Holy threesome 3 Track-race conclusion 4 Hardwood tree 5 Fulfill a mail order 6 Pal of Pooh 7 Gas-pump number 8 Evian rival 9 Old sayings 10 Night sch. course 11 Gloomy 12 Least longwinded 13 Cabinet dept. 14 Bills not in ATMs 15 Dads 16 Young female sheep 17 West African nation 18 “Most likely . . .” 24 Assent silently 25 Purpose 30 HS exam 33 Yale students 35 Whimper 36 Brilliantly done 39 Dutch illusion-

Myrtle Beach 81/66

Manning 86/63

Today: Mostly sunny. High 79 to 86. Monday: Sun and clouds. Humid; pleasant in northern parts. High 80 to 86.

Temperature High Low Normal high Normal low Record high Record low

Florence 86/63

Bishopville 86/64

ON THE COAST SUMTER COUNTY COUNCIL Tuesday, 6 p.m., Council Chambers

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Look for a way to stabilize your life, not CANCER (June 21-July 22): Participate disrupt your status or reputation. in something unusual that attracts Guard against physical mishaps and you. You’ll change your way of situations that can lead to injury. Don’t thinking about an organization that let a personal relationship dictate how offers an alternative lifestyle. Someone you handle your money. will oppose the choices you make. Be AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): realistic. Don’t cave under pressure. Reunions or getting together with old

THEY’RE WHERE?: Just place settings By S.N.

Gaffney 82/62 Spartanburg 84/62

Greenville 83/62

SUMTER THROUGH 4 P.M. YESTERDAY

The last word in astrology

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2014

Today: Clouds and sun with a thunderstorm. Winds southwest 4-8 mph. Monday: Warm with a thunderstorm. Winds west-southwest 4-8 mph.

PUBLIC AGENDA PINEWOOD TOWN COUNCIL BUDGET WORKSHOP Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., town hall

THE SUMTER ITEM

CROSSWORD

SUDOKU

ary artist 41 Cuts short 42 LAX screen posting 45 Confucian ideal 47 Spellbinding speaker 48 Arthurian paradise 50 Second childhood 51 Exactly right 54 Buggy-riding people 55 “Supreme Poet” of Italy 56 Mandolin kin 58 Floral necklace 60 Carrot color 61 Suitable for all 63 Diaphanous 64 Opposite of “knot” 65 Well-versed 67 Focus (on)

69 Celebration in motion 73 Unbeatable foes 74 Galoot 75 Sound of leaves 82 Considered a decision overnight 84 __ Tin Tin 87 Brewery container 89 Barbecue crashers 91 Airline reservation 92 Internet Explorer alternative 93 Steel-mill delivery 94 Snitch 95 Cut short 96 Salon supply 97 Powerful engines

99 Averse to mingling 100 Vaccine deliverer 101 “Scarlet” bird 105 Return to a starship 106 Visited 109 Spiral shape 111 Mattress defect 112 Retreated in

a hurry 115 Went by boat or bus 117 Ancient history 118 Shot in the dark 121 Portrayed 123 Transcript no. 124 FDA nutrient guideline

JUMBLE

LOTTERY NUMBERS PICK 3 SATURDAY

PALMETTO CASH 5 SATURDAY 7-12-15-18-36 PowerUp: 3

0-7-3 and 5-5-8

MEGAMILLIONS FRIDAY

PICK 4 SATURDAY

12-14-21-38-70 Megaball: 15 Megaplier: 4

3-9-7-3 and 9-9-8-7

Unavailable at press time

POWERBALL


SECTION

Nadal, Serena favorites at French Open

B

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

B6

Call: (803) 774-1241 | E-mail: sports@theitem.com

LEGION BASEBALL

Back on right track

Changes in store for League III BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com The American Legion baseball League III season begins on Tuesday, and there are some changes in the way things will be done. None of them are major changes, but little tweaks that are certainly noticeable.

A 6-TEAM LEAGUE

SUMTER ITEM FILE PHOTO

Manning-Santee’s J.T. Eppley will be counted on at the plate and the mound this season as Post 68 looks to bounce back from a disappointing 2013 campaign. Manning opens its season at home on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. against League III foe Sumter.

After disappointing end to ’13 season, Cutter returns with sights set on getting Manning-Santee headed in right direction again BY JUSTIN DRIGGERS jdriggers@theitem.com The end of the 2013 Manning-Santee Post 68 American Legion baseball season was not how G.G. Cutter wanted to remember his last time coaching the program. Cutter, who had stepped down as head coach after more than a decade with the program at the beginning of the season, was asked to step in toward the end of the year after Billy Sylvester departed to focus on his new head coaching job at Darlington High School.

“Billy had too much on his plate and they asked me to step in and I did,” Cutter said. “But there were a lot of issues last year. Some kids were playing travel ball and Legion and they interfered with each other.” The result was Post 68 forfeited its final two games of the year to Cheraw and missed the playoffs CUTTER with a 3-13 overall mark. “I didn’t want to leave the program the way we did last year,” Cutter said. “I felt like I owed it to the community to

After being a 5-team league for the past several years, League III is back to having six teams with the addition of Dalzell-Shaw Post 175. The Jets have been playing in the Columbia league, but are back in League III with fellow local programs Sumter Post 15 and Manning-Santee Post 68. The other three teams are Camden, Cheraw and Hartsville.

3-GAME SERIES

get things back in the right direction, so I decided to come back for another year.” Cutter believes Manning-Santee is off to a good start this season and hopes that Post 68 can regain its footing in the now 6-team League III. “It’s been a good fit so far,” Cutter said. “I’ve enjoyed coaching this group. They’re easy to coach. They’re energetic and want to play, and they’re focused on this season.” This year’s Manning-Santee squad

The League III schedule will cover 15 games with the teams playing each other three times. There’s nothing unusual in that, but the order in which those games will be played will be new to the league. Instead of having games scattered out over the 6-week long schedule, teams will play a 3-game series each week. That is what Region VI-4A, in which Sumter High School plays, has been doing over the past few years. Sumter and Manning-

SEE POST 68, PAGE B3

SEE LEAGUE III, PAGE B4

PALMETTO PRO OPEN

Austin, Gilchrist to meet for title BY DENNIS BRUNSON dennisb@theitem.com

DENNIS BRUNSON / THE SUMTER ITEM

Brooke Austin returns the ball to Petra Januskova during her 6-4, 6-3 semifinal victory on Saturday in the Palmetto Pro Open at Palmetto Tennis Center. Austin advanced to the finals for the third time in four years and is looking for her first title when she meets Nadja Gilchrist today at approximately 1 p.m.

This is old hat for Brooke Austin. Taking the final step has been the problem. Austin reached the singles championship match of the Palmetto Pro Open for the third time in four years on Saturday, beating Petra Januskova 6-4, 6-3 on the Hodgin Stadium Court at Palmetto Tennis Center. Now the No. 3 seed hopes she’ll be able to hoist the championship trophy today. “This will be the fifth time (Austin has been in a USTA Pro Circuit final),” the 18-year-old Austin said. “I just want to win one of them.” In order for that to happen, she’ll have to beat

Nadja Gilchrist, the qualifier who will be playing her ninth match in nine days at PTC today. Gilchrist beat No. 4 seed Caitlin Whoriskey 6-3, 6-3 in the other semifinal. The PPO championship matches will begin today at 11:30 a.m. The doubles final will have the No. 1 team of Whoriskey GILCHRIST and Sonja Molnar taking on Sophie Chang and Andie K. Daniell beginning at 11:30 a.m. The singles final will begin no earlier than 1 p.m. Austin, who was the Palmetto Pro Open runner-up in both 2011 and ’13, thinks she is a better player than

she was when she reached the other final matches. “I feel like I’m much more mature as a player,” said Austin, who has signed to play with the University of Florida. “I feel like I’m a stronger player than I was last year.” Januskova, who was playing in her first pro semifinal match, didn’t make it easy on Austin. After Austin won the first set, Januskova was actually leading the second set 3-2 before Austin broke her twice on the way to winning four straight games. Gilchrist continued her wild ride from qualifier to finalist. She won four matches to earn one of the qualifying spots in the

SEE PPO, PAGE B6

NASCAR

Junior looks to win NASCAR’s longest race BY PETE IACOBELLI The Associated Press CONCORD, N.C. — Some of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s earliest NASCAR memories came at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and he hopes to add another big one by winning the Coca-Cola 600 tonight. Earnhardt grew up watching his late father, Dale Earnhardt, race here more than 30 years ago and has long wanted to win NASCAR’s longest race as his dad accomplished three times, the last in 1993. “I want to win a points race

here so bad because we live just right down the road,’’ Earnhardt Jr. said. He has come close, most notably in 2011 when he broke free from a late restart to take the lead. He got the white flag just

fine, then ran out of gas on the front straightaway and coasted through the final turn before Kevin Harvick passed him for the win. Earnhardt finished seventh, his sixth top-10 finish in the Memorial Day weekend race. Earnhardt has won the All-Star race here before, in 2000. He kept the strong showing going a week later when he won his only pole at Charlotte. In the race, though, Earnhardt faded to fourth. “We’ve had some good cars, but not anywhere near enough,’’ he

SEE JUNIOR, PAGE B5

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Dale Earnhardt Jr. prepares for Coca-Cola 600 practice on Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C. Earnhardt is hoping to finally win NASCAR’s longest race today.


B2

|

SPORTS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

SPORTS ITEMS

Heat top Pacers in Game 3 MIAMI — LeBron James scored 26 points and Dwyane Wade added 23 as the Miami Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers 99-87 on Saturday in Game 3 of the Eastern Coference Finals in Miami to take a 2-1 series lead. Game 4 is Monday in Miami. Hillcrest High School graduate Ray Allen had 16 points for the Heat and was 4-of-4 from 3-point range. Paul George, who was cleared to play after suffering a concussion in Game 2, led the Pacers with 16 points. Roy Hibbert had 16 points for Indiana while David West chimed in with 13 and Lance Stephenson added 10 and 11 rebounds. 4-WAY TIE ATOP COLONIAL

FORT WORTH, Texas — David Toms, Hideki Matsuyama, Chad Campbell and Chris Stroud shared the third-round lead at 7-under 203 on Saturday at Colonial, where plenty of others also are in contention. There were 13 players within two strokes of the leading quartet. The closest chasers include Adam Scott, the No. 1 player in the world, and Jimmy Walker, a 3-time winner this season and No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Miami forward LeBron James (6)drives to the basket against Indiana guard Lance Stephenson (1) and center Roy Hibbert during the Heat’s 99-87 victory in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday in Miami. fourth consecutive round today.

MONGTONMERIE GRABS SENIOR PGA LEAD

NORDGVIST TAKES AIRBUS LPGA LEAD

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — Colin Montgomerie took the third-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship, making a winding, 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole for a 3-under 68. The 51-year-old Scot took a 7-under 206 total into the final round at Harbor Shores. Bernhard Langer was a stroke back after a 70. He will play alongside Montgomerie for the

MOBILE, Ala. — Anna Nordqvist moved into position for her third victory of the year, shooting her second straight 6-under 66 to take the thirdround lead in the Airbus LPGA Classic. The 26-year-old Swede had a 16under 200 total. Catriona Matthew was a stroke back after a 70. From staff, wire reports

MLB ROUNDUP

Pair of HRs lead Rockies past Braves 3-1 ATLANTA — Michael Cuddyer and Troy Tulowitzki each homered, Juan Nicasio solved the Braves and the Colorado Rockies beat Atlanta 3-1 Saturday. The Rockies were without some of their big bats. Carlos Gonzalez missed his third straight start with a swollen finger and Nolan Arenado was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a broken TULOWITZKI finger. Nicasio (5-2) didn’t need much offense. The right-hander turned around his ugly history against the Braves — 0-3 and 9.82 ERA in four starts. He gave up only two hits in six shutout innings. Nicasio pitched around four walks and had five strikeouts. Atlanta’s Mike Minor (2-3) allowed three runs on four hits — including the two homers — in 6 2/3 innings. PIRATES 3 NATIONALS 2

PITTSBURGH — Josh Harrison had a tiebreaking, 2-out single in the seventh inning after Jose Tabata hit a sacrifice fly and Pittsburgh beat Washington 3-2 for its fourth straight win. Gerrit Cole left after six innings trailing by a run while facing Stephen Strasburg in the first matchup of No. 1 overall draft picks in almost nine years. But Strasburg (3-4) allowed three runs on seven hits with seven strikeouts in seven innings. CARDINALS 6 REDS 3

CINCINNATI — Left-hander Jaime Garcia got his first victory in more than a year and Yadier Molina homered to lead St. Louis to a 6-3 victory over Cincinnati. Garcia (1-0) gave up six hits and a pair of runs in 5 2/3 innings, fanning seven and retiring 12 batters in a row over one span. PHILLIES 5 DODGERS 3

PHILADELPHIA — David Buchanan threw five effective innings in his major league debut and Chase Utley hit a 2-run homer to power Philadelphia past the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3. Filling in for injured ace Cliff Lee, Buchanan (1-0) gave the struggling Phillies a lift. The 25-year-old righty allowed two runs and five hits, striking out two. MARLINS 2 BREWERS 1

MIAMI — Jacob Turner pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings to help Miami win for the third time in four games with a 2-1 victory over Milwaukee. Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Jeff Baker drove in the runs for the Mar-

lins, and Steve Cishek recorded the final four outs for his 10th save in 11 chances. DIAMONDBACKS 3 METS 2

NEW YORK — Josh Collmenter provided another solid start, Martin Prado hit a pair of RBI singles and Arizona ended a 3-game skid with 3-2 win over the New York Mets. AMERICAN LEAGUE BLUE JAYS 5 ATHLETICS 2 TORONTO — R.A. Dickey won for the third time in four starts, Brett Lawrie homered and Toronto beat Oakland 5-2. Dickey (5-4) allowed one run and five hits in a season-high 8 1/3 innings. He walked one and struck out four. INDIANS 9 ORIOLES 0

BALTIMORE — Corey Kluber struck out nine in seven innings, and Cleveland beat former teammate Ubaldo Jimenez and Baltimore 9-0 for their fifth win in six games. Carlos Santana homered and walked three times for the Indians. RAYS 6 RED SOX 5

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Andrew Miller threw a force attempt at second base into center field, allowing pinch-runner Cole Figueroa to score in the bottom of the 15th inning as Tampa Bay handed Boston its ninth consecutive loss, 6-5. James Loney opened the 15th with a single off Miller (1-4). Figueroa ran for Loney and went to second on Brandon Guyer’s bunt single. He scored when Miller threw the ball into center field while attempting to get a double play on Desmond Jennings’ grounder. YANKEES 4 WHITE SOX 3

CHICAGO — Jacoby Ellsbury homered with two outs in the 10th inning, and the New York Yankees snapped an 8-game road losing streak against the Chicago White Sox with a 4-3 victory. The Yankees scored three times in the ninth against Ronald Belisario and then grabbed their first lead of the day when Ellsbury hit a drive to right off Zach Putnam (2-1) for his second homer. RANGERS 12 TIGERS 2

DETROIT — Nick Martinez pitched six sharp innings for his first major league win and fellow rookie Rougned Odor drove in five runs with a pair of triples to lead Texas to a 12-2 rout of Detroit. From wire reports

THE SUMTER ITEM

SCOREBOARD TV, RADIO TODAY

5 a.m. – Professional Tennis: French Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Paris (ESPN2). 7:30 a.m. -- Formula One Racing: Monaco Grand Prix from Monte Carlo (WIS 10). 7:30 a.m. -- Professional Golf: European PGA Tour BMW PGA Championship Final Round from Virginia Water, England (GOLF). 8 a.m. – Women’s College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Semifinal Match from Towson, Md. (ESPNU). 10 a.m. – Women’s College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Semifinal Match from Towson, Md. (ESPNU). Noon – Professional Tennis: French Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Paris (WIS 10). Noon – IRL Racing: Indianapolis 500 from Indianapolis (WOLO 25). Noon – College Softball: NCAA Tournament Gainesville Super Regional Game Two from Gainesville, Fla. – Washington vs. Florida (ESPN). Noon – College Baseball: American Athletic Conference Tournament Championship Game from Clearwater, Fla. (ESPNU). 1 p.m. – College Baseball: Big East Conference Tournament Championship Game from Brooklyn, N.Y. (FOX SPORTS 1). 1 p.m. -- College Baseball: Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship Game from Greensboro, N.C.(FOX SPORTSOUTH). 1 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Final Round from Fort Worth, Texas (GOLF). 1:30 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Boston at Tampa Bay or Cleveland at Baltimore (MLB NETWORK). 2 p.m. – College Baseball: Conference USA Tournament Championship Game from Hattiesburg, Miss. (CBS SPORTS NETWORK). 2 p.m. – International Hockey: World Championship Championship Match from Minsk, Belarus (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 3 p.m. -- Senior PGA Golf: Champions Tour Senior PGA Championship Final Round from Benton Harbor, Mich. (WIS 10). 3 p.m. -- PGA Golf: Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Final Round from Fort Worth, Texas (WLTX 19). 3 p.m. – College Softball: NCAA Tournament Gainesville Super Regional Game Three from Gainesville, Fla. – Washington vs. Florida (If Necessary) (ESPN). 3 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Los Angeles Super Regional Game Two from Los Angeles – Kentucky vs. UCLA (ESPNU). 3 p.m. -- LPGA Golf: Airbus LPGA Classic Final Round from Mobile, Ala. (GOLF). 4 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Diego (WGN). 4:30 p.m. – College Baseball: Southeastern Conference Tournament Championship Game from Hoover, Ala. (ESPN2). 5 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Corvallis Super Regional Game Two from Eugene, Ore. – Minnesota vs. Oregon (ESPN). 5 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Colorado at Atlanta (FOX SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 5:30 p.m. – NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 from Concord, N.C. (WACH 57, WEGX-FM 92.9). 5:30 p.m. – College Baseball: Big Twelve Conference Tournament Championship Game from Oklahoma City (FOX SPORTS 1). 6 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Los Angeles Super Regional Game Two from Los Angeles – Kentucky vs. UCLA (If Necessary) (ESPNU). 6 p.m. – WNBA Basketball: Indiana at Atlanta (SPORTSOUTH). 8 p.m. – Major League Baseball: St. Louis at Cincinnati (ESPN). 8 p.m. -- College Softball: NCAA Tournament Corvallis Super Regional Game Three from Eugene, Ore. – Minnesota vs. Oregon (If Necessary) (ESPN2). 8 p.m. – NHL Hockey: Eastern Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Four – Montreal at New York Rangers (NBC SPORTS NETWORK). 8:30 p.m. – Women’s College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Championship Match from Towson, Md. – Syracuse vs. Maryland (ESPNU). 8:30 p.m. – NBA Basketball: Western Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Three – San Antonio at Oklahoma City (TNT).

MONDAY

5 a.m. – Professional Tennis: French Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Paris (ESPN2). Noon – Professional Tennis: French Open Men’s and Women’s First-Round Matches from Paris (WIS 10). Noon – College Baseball: NCAA Tournament Selection Show from Charlotte (ESPNU). 1 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Boston at Atlanta (ESPN, SPORTSOUTH, WPUB-FM 102.7). 1 p.m. – College Lacrosse: NCAA Tournament Championship Match from Baltimore (ESPN2, ESPNU). 3:30 p.m. – WNBA Basketball: Minnesota at Chicago (ESPN2). 4 p.m. – Major League Baseball: New York Yankees at St. Louis (ESPN). 4 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Francisco (WGN). 5 p.m. – College Golf: NCAA Men’s Individual Stroke Play Final from Hutchinson, Kan. (GOLF). 6:05 p.m. – Talk Show: Sports Talk (WDXY-FM 105.9, WDXY-AM 1240). 8 p.m. – Major League Baseball: Cincinnati at Los Angeles Dodgers or Houston at Kansas City (MLB NETWORK). 8:30 p.m. – NBA Basketball: Eastern Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Four – Indiana at Miami (ESPN). 9 p.m. – Professional Boxing: Rene Alvarado vs. Rocky Juarez in a Featherweight Bout from El Paso, Texas (FOX SPORTS 1). 9 p.m. – NHL Hockey: Western Conference Playoffs Final Series Game Three – Chicago at Los Angeles (NBC SPORTS NETWORK).

MLB STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION

Detroit Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Cleveland WEST DIVISION Oakland Los Angeles Seattle Texas Houston

NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION Atlanta Miami Washington Philadelphia New York CENTRAL DIVISION Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago WEST DIVISION San Francisco Colorado Los Angeles San Diego Arizona

W 27 26 24 21 21

L 21 24 25 25 26

Pct .563 .520 .490 .457 .447

GB – 2 3½ 5 5½

W 29 27 22 22 17

L 21 22 25 26 29

Pct .580 .551 .468 .458 .370

GB – 1½ 5½ 6 10

W 30 27 26 22 19

L 18 22 24 27 31

Pct .625 .551 .520 .449 .380

GB – 3½ 5 8½ 12

FRIDAY’S GAMES

L.A. Dodgers 2, Philadelphia 0 Pittsburgh 4, Washington 3 Milwaukee 9, Miami 5 Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 3 Arizona at New York, ppd., rain Atlanta 3, Colorado 2 San Diego 11, Chicago Cubs 1 San Francisco 6, Minnesota 2

SATURDAY’S GAMES

Philadelphia 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 Arizona 3, N.Y. Mets 2 Colorado 3, Atlanta 1 Miami 2, Milwaukee 1 St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2 Minnesota at San Francisco (late) Chicago Cubs at San Diego (late)

TODAY’S GAMES

Arizona (Arroyo 4-3) at N.Y. Mets (R.Montero 0-2), 1:10 p.m., 1st game Milwaukee (Nelson 0-0) at Miami (Wolf 0-0), 1:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 2-1) at Philadelphia (A.Burnett 3-3), 1:35 p.m. Washington (Fister 1-1) at Pittsburgh (Liriano 0-4), 1:35 p.m. Minnesota (Nolasco 2-4) at San Francisco (Bumgarner 5-3), 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Hammel 5-2) at San Diego (Kennedy 2-6), 4:10 p.m. Arizona (Spruill 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (Matsuzaka 1-0), 4:40 p.m., 2nd game Colorado (Morales 3-3) at Atlanta (Teheran 3-3), 5:10 p.m. St. Louis (Wainwright 7-2) at Cincinnati (Leake 2-3), 8:05 p.m.

MONDAY’S GAMES

Boston at Atlanta, 1:10 p.m. Pittsburgh at N.Y. Mets, 1:10 p.m. Miami at Washington, 1:35 p.m. Baltimore at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at St. Louis, 4:15 p.m. Colorado at Philadelphia, 5:05 p.m. Cincinnati at L.A. Dodgers, 8:10 p.m. San Diego at Arizona, 8:10 p.m.

NBA PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press

CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Indiana 1, Miami 1 May 18: Indiana 107, Miami 96 Tuesday: Miami 87, Indiana 83 Saturday: Indiana at Miami (late) Monday: Indiana at Miami, 8:30 p.m. May 28: Miami at Indiana, 8:30 p.m. x-May 30: Indiana at Miami, 8:30 p.m. x-June 1: Miami at Indiana, 8:30 p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

San Antonio 2, Oklahoma City 0 May 19: San Antonio 122, Oklahoma City 105 May 21: San Antonio 112, Oklahoma City 77 Today: San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday: San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m. x-Thursday: Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 9 p.m. x-May 31: San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 8:30 p.m. x-June 2: Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 9 p.m.

NHL PLAYOFFS By The Associated Press

CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary)

EASTERN CONFERENCE

N.Y. Rangers 2, Montreal 1 May 17: N.Y. Rangers 7, Montreal 2 May 19: NY Rangers 3, Montreal 1 Thursday: Montreal 3, NY Rangers 2, OT Today: Montreal at NY Rangers, 8 p.m. May 27: NY Rangers at Montreal, 8 p.m. x-May 29: Montreal at NY Rangers, 8 p.m. x-May 31: NY Rangers at Montreal, 8 p.m.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1 May 18: Chicago 3, Los Angeles 1 May 21: Los Angeles 6, Chicago 2 Saturday: Los Angeles 4, Chicago 3 Monday: Chicago at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. Wednesday: Los Angeles at Chicago, 8 p.m. x-May 30: Chicago at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. x-June 1: Los Angeles at Chicago, 8 p.m.

GOLF The Associated Press COLONIAL PAR SCORES

By The Associated Press

Toronto New York Baltimore Tampa Bay Boston CENTRAL DIVISION

Boston at Atlanta, 1:10 p.m. Baltimore at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Cleveland at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m. Texas at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m. Detroit at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at Seattle, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at St. Louis, 4:15 p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto, 7:07 p.m. Houston at Kansas City, 8:10 p.m.

W 28 25 24 22 20

L 22 23 23 28 28

Pct .560 .521 .511 .440 .417

GB – 2 2½ 6 7

W 28 23 25 23 24

L 17 22 26 24 26

Pct .622 .511 .490 .489 .480

GB – 5 6 6 6½

W 30 27 24 24 17

L 19 20 23 25 32

Pct .612 .574 .511 .490 .347

GB – 2 5 6 13

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Baltimore 8, Cleveland 4 Toronto 3, Oakland 2 Detroit 7, Texas 2 Tampa Bay 1, Boston 0 Chicago White Sox 6, N.Y. Yankees 5 L.A. Angels 6, Kansas City 1 Seattle 6, Houston 1 San Francisco 6, Minnesota 2

Saturday At Colonial Country Club Fort Worth, Texas Purse: $6.4 million Yardage: 7,204; Par: 70 Hideki Matsuyama David Toms Chad Campbell Chris Stroud Kevin Chappell Chris Kirk Marc Leishman Brian Harman Tim Clark Jimmy Walker Adam Scott John Senden Brendon Todd Freddie Jacobson Jason Dufner Brian Davis Bo Van Pelt William McGirt Robert Allenby Ryan Palmer Nicholas Thompson Tim Wilkinson Jordan Spieth Aaron Baddeley

69-70-64—203 72-66-65—203 69-66-68—203 70-64-69—203 68-73-63—204 73-64-67—204 69-68-67—204 69-67-68—204 67-68-69—204 67-68-69—204 71-68-66—205 71-68-66—205 69-69-67—205 67-71-67—205 67-69-69—205 68-67-70—205 67-68-70—205 72-67-67—206 68-70-68—206 69-69-68—206 69-68-69—206 66-71-69—206 67-69-70—206 68-67-71—206

-7 -7 -7 -7 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -6 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -5 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4 -4

AIRBUS CLASSIC PAR SCORES

TODAY’S GAMES

Saturday At Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Magnolia Grove, The Crossings Mobile, Ala. Purse: $1.3 million Yardage: 6,584; Par: 72 Third Round Anna Nordqvist 68-66-66—200 -16 Catriona Matthew 64-67-70—201 -15 Stacy Lewis 66-70-66—202 -14 Michelle Wie 71-66-66—203 -13 Jessica Korda 67-67-69—203 -13 Charley Hull 65-67-71—203 -13 So Yeon Ryu 70-67-67—204 -12 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 69-67-68—204 -12 Eun-Hee Ji 66-70-68—204 -12 Jenny Shin 67-68-69—204 -12

MONDAY’S GAMES

Saturday At Harbor Shores Golf Course Benton Harbor, Mich. Purse: TBA ($2 million in 2013) Yardage: 6,852; Par: 71 Third Round Colin Montgomerie 69-69-68—206 Bernhard Langer 70-68-69—207 Marco Dawson 72-72-64—208 Bart Bryant 71-67-70—208 Kiyoshi Murota 73-65-70—208 John Cook 70-72-68—210 David Frost 72-69-69—210 Jay Haas 69-71-70—210 Gary Hallberg 70-70-70—210 Tom Watson 70-68-72—210

SATURDAY’S GAMES

Cleveland 9, Baltimore 0 Toronto 5, Oakland 2 N.Y. Yankees 4, Chicago White Sox 3, 10 innings Texas 12, Detroit 2 Tampa Bay 6, Boston 5, 15 innings Kansas City at L.A. Angels (late) Minnesota at San Francisco (late) Houston at Seattle (late)

Oakland (Pomeranz 4-1) at Toronto (Happ 3-1), 1:07 p.m. Texas (Lewis 3-3) at Detroit (Verlander 5-3), 1:08 p.m. Cleveland (Bauer 1-1) at Baltimore (Mi.Gonzalez 2-3), 1:35 p.m. Boston (Workman 0-0) at Tampa Bay (Odorizzi 2-4), 1:40 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 6-1) at Chicago White Sox (Rienzo 4-0), 2:10 p.m. Kansas City (Vargas 4-2) at L.A. Angels (Richards 4-1), 3:35 p.m. Minnesota (Nolasco 2-4) at San Francisco (Bumgarner 5-3), 4:05 p.m. Houston (Keuchel 5-2) at Seattle (Iwakuma 3-0), 4:10 p.m.

SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP PAR SCORES

-7 -6 -5 -5 -5 -3 -3 -3 -3 -3


LEGION BASEBALL

THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

B3

POST 68 FROM PAGE B1 will have a distinct East Clarendon High School flavor to it as nine of the 15 players on the roster are Wolverines. ECHS made the lower state tournament in 1A this past season. “It seems like it comes in cycles, but they’ve always got good players there,” Cutter said. “They’ve been together for a few years now so they’re very familiar with each other and they love to play.” Post 68 also returns four key players from last year. Former Manning High standout and current Spartanburg Methodist College player Jamal Keels will be back in his familiar position in the outfield. He’s joined by three members of Laurence Manning Academy’s 3A state runner-up squad in J.T. Eppley, Russell Thompson and Linc Powell. “LInc’s probably going to be one of our starting pitchers, but Russell and J.T. will pitch some as well,” Cutter said. “Eppley is probably going to bat leadoff for us as well.” Pitching and defense should be strong suites for M-S this season Cutter went on to say as Post 68 sports 11 players who can toe the rubber. “We’ve got a very athletic and versatile group who can play a lot of positions,” he said. “We don’t have to keep them all in just one spot. We can move them around without hurting us too much.” ECHS ace William Ard will be the other main starter on the mound along with Powell while the No. 3 spot is still being decided. Jared Hair, Ryan Knowlton, Dylan Atkinson and Collin Lee are all possibilities and will pitch this year, Cutter said. The lineup is still in flux, and Cutter was going to use the preseason tournament in Florence this

SUMTER ITEM FILE PHOTO

Manning-Santee’s Linc Powell will be one of the main starters to toe the rubber for Post 68 this season as it begins the 2014 campaign against Sumter on Tuesday. weekend to shake things out, he said. But Eppley, Keels, Powell, Ard and Seven Cox are likely to see significant at-bats. “Hitting is still a work in progress,” Cutter said. “We hit well at times, but we have to be more consistent. We have to see how our players are going to do

MANNING-SANTEE POST 68 SCHEDULE Date May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 May 31 June 2 June 3 June 6 June 9 June 10 June 12 June 16 June 18 June 20 June 23 June 24 June 26 June 26 June 28 June 29

Opponent vs. Sumter at Sumter vs. Sumter vs. Hope Mills in Whiteville, N.C. vs. Duplin in Whiteville, N.C. vs. Wilmington in Whiteville, N.C. vs. Hartsville at Hartsville at Hartsville at Dalzell-Shaw vs. Dalzell-Shaw at Dalzell-Shaw vs. Camden at Camden vs. Camden vs. Cheraw (DH) at Cheraw vs. Potomac Valley in Florence vs. Sandy Springs in Florence vs. Cincinnati in Conway vs. Garner (N.C.) in Florence

Subscribe today, and stay in the loop

(803) 774-1200

against Legion pitching as opposed to high school ball.” Post 68 opens the season on Tuesday with a 7:30 p.m. home game against Sumter. The two teams will play three times in the first week, twice in Manning and once at Riley Park.

MANNING-SANTEE POST 68 ROSTER Time 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1p.m. 12:30 p.m.

No./Name

3 4 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 21 23 25 26

School

Dylan Atkinson East Clarendon Collin Lee East Clarendon Michael Burgess East Clarendon Jared Hair East Clarendon Steven Cox East Clarendon Ryan Knowlton East Clarendon William Ard East Clarendon Adam Lowder East Clarendon Dustin Way Clarendon Hall Trey Gardner Manning Zach Coker East Clarendon Linc Powell Laurence Manning Academy J.T. Eppley Laurence Manning Academy Jamal Keels Manning/Spartanburg Methodist Russell Thompson Laurence Manning Academy

Position

2B/P 2B/P OF/P OF/P SS/P 3B/P OF/P/C C/P 2B/3B OF 1B/C OF/P 3B/SS/P OF 1B/P


B4

|

SPORTS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

KEEPING UP

Thomas earns All-South Atlantic Conference lacrosse honor

V Barbara Boxleitner

ictoria Thomas has been recognized for her lacrosse play at Newberry College. The junior out of Wilson Hall was

named to the All-South Atlantic Conference honorable mention team. The midfielder was one of four Wolves honored. Thomas played in all 17 games and had 14 goals and two assists to finish seventh on the team in scoring.

SOFTBALL Winthrop University

pitcher Sutton Watson finished with a 9-8 record, one save and a 3.94 earned run average. The Sumter High School graduate hit .417 with two runs batted in. Erskine College junior Kathryn Windham hit .198. Her seven home runs and 24 RBI ranked second on the team.

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Coastal Carolina University senior Stevie Brunson will participate in this week’s NCAA Division I East Preliminary at the University of North Florida. The former Gamecock is a part of the 4x400-meter relay that set a school record to qualify for the East Preliminary.

COLLEGE BASEBALL ROUNDUP

LSU, Florida to play for SEC crown HOOVER, Ala. — Kyle Bouman carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning and LSU hit three home runs to advance into the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game with an 11-1 victory over Arkansas on Saturday. The defending champion Tigers (43-14-1) scored twice in the bottom of the eighth to win under the 10run rule. They have won their first three tournament games by a combined 29-4 and face Florida today for the title. Kade Scivicque went 3 for 4 with a homer, double and three RBI. Tyler Moore and Conner Hale also homered for the Tigers, who had 16 hits. The Razorbacks (38-23) trailed 8-0 when they put their first three batters on base in the sixth. Bouman (5-2) walked Eric Fisher with the bases loaded for the only run. The left-hander allowed two hits in six innings. LSU is seeking its fifth tournament championship in seven years.

Brunson was named to the All-Big South Conference team after being a part of the winning 4x100 relay and finishing second in the 400 dash and 4x400 relay at the conference championship. Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at BKLE3@aol.com.

LEAGUE III FROM PAGE B1 Santee will face each other this week beginning on Tuesday. Games will be played at the Manning High field on Tuesday and Thursday, while a game will be played at Riley Park on Wednesday. Dalzell will be taking on Camden in the first week, with Cheraw and Hartsville the other series.

EARLIER START FOR P-15’S After decades of starting their games at Riley Park no earlier than 7:30 p.m., the Sumter P-15’s have moved their starting time for home games to 7. Sumter will join Dalzell, Camden, Cheraw and Hartsville with the 7 o’clock starts. Manning will be the only team in the league with 7:30 starts.

LEAGUE III SCHEDULE MAY 27

Sumter at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m. Hartsville at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

MAY 28

Manning-Santee at Sumter, 7 p.m. Cheraw at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Camden at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m.

MAY 29

Sumter at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m. Dalzell-Shaw at Camden, 7 p.m.

MAY 30

Camden at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Hartsville at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

JUNE 2

FLORIDA 6

Dalzell-Shaw at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

KENTUCKY 5

JUNE 3

HOOVER, Ala. — Josh Tobias’s single with two outs in the eighth drove in the go-ahead run and Florida beat Kentucky 6-5 Saturday to move into the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game. The top-seeded Gators (40-20), who lost their tournament opener to the Wildcats (35-23), face LSU today seeking their second championship in four years. Florida reliever Eric Hanhold (4-3) left runners stuck at second base in both the bottom of the eighth and ninth. Hanhold got Storm Wilson to ground out to end the game. He pitched 3-1/3 scoreless innings, striking out four and allowing two hits. Harrison Bader went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs for the Gators. The No. 9 hitter, Tobias had two hits and scored twice while driving in his eighth run of the year to score Ryan Larson. Kentucky’s Austin Cousino drove in a pair of runs while Max Kuhn also had two RBI. ACC MIAMI 6 DUKE 5 GREENSBORO, N.C. — Jacob Heyward scored on a wild pitch before Tyler Palmer homered in the 12th inning, and Miami held on to beat Duke 6-5 on Saturday at the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament. The win by the top-seeded Hurri-

Manning-Santee at Hartsville, 7 p.m.

JUNE 4

Hartsville at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m. Cheraw at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m.

JUNE 6

Manning-Santee at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Dalzell-Shaw at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

JUNE 9

Hartsville at Sumter, 7 p.m. Manning-Santee at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Cheraw at Camden, 7 p.m.

JUNE 10

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LSU’s Kyle Bouman pitches against Arkansas during the Tigers’ 11-1 victory on Saturday at the Southeastern Conference tournament in Hoover, Ala. canes (41-17) sends Georgia Tech to the championship game today against Maryland. Fourth-seeded Duke (33-25) would have made it with a win. Mike Rosenfeld’s infield single in the 12th brought home Jordan Betts from second and moved Chris Marconcini to third. Javi Salas came on to pitch and struck out Matt Berezo to end it. Heyward doubled to lead off the 12th. He was bunted to third and scored on Istler’s wild pitch to Palmer to make it 5-4. Palmer then made it a 6-4 with his solo homer. Duke’s Cris Perez forced extra innings with a 2-run, pinch-hit homer in the ninth. NORTH CAROLINA 13 MARYLAND 7

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Seventhseeded North Carolina scored six runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat sixth-seeded Maryland by a 13-7 on Saturday in the

Atlantic Coast Conference baseball tournament. While UNC (34-25) hopes to have improved its chances of landing an NCAA postseason berth for the 13th consecutive year with the win, the loss was hardly devastating for the Terrapins. Maryland (36-20) took the field on Saturday knowing it had already clinched a spot in today’s ACC title game against ninthseeded Georgia Tech. The Terps will be seeking their first ACC Baseball Championship title since the event began in 1973. That made it 8-7 and opened the floodgates for five more runs on consecutive base hits by Landon Lassiter, Skye Bolt and Tyler Ramirez. Skye Bolt finished 3-for-5 with a pair of RBI for UNC. Michael Russell worked in three at-bats at designated hitter and went 2-for-3 while also driving in two runs.

Sumter at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Dalzell-Shaw at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m.

JUNE 12

Hartsville at Sumter, 7 p.m. Manning-Santee at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Cheraw at Camden, 7 p.m.

JUNE 16

Cheraw at Sumter, 7 p.m. Dalzell-Shaw at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Camden at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m.

JUNE 17

Sumter at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

JUNE 18

Cheraw at Sumter, 7 p.m. Hartsville at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Manning-Santee at Camden, 7 p.m.

JUNE 20

Dalzell-Shaw at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Camden at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m.

JUNE 23

Sumter at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Camden at Hartsville, 7 p.m. Cheraw at Manning-Santee (DH), 5:30 p.m.

JUNE 24

Dalzell-Shaw at Sumter, 7 p.m. Hartsville at Camden, 7 p.m. Manning-Santee at Cheraw, 7 p.m.

JUNE 25

Sumter at Dalzell-Shaw, 7 p.m. Cheraw at Manning-Santee, 7:30 p.m.

JUNE 26

Camden at Hartsville, 7 p.m.

JUNE 30

Sumter at Camden, 7 p.m.

JULY 1

Camden at Sumter, 7 p.m.

JULY 2

Sumter at Camden, 7 p.m.

From wire, ACC reports


AUTO RACING

THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

B5

Montoya believes he has ‘really good shot’ to win Indy 500 BY JENNA FRYER The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Juan Pablo Montoya stormed onto the national scene in 1999 as a brash and fearless rookie who didn’t hesitate to go wheel-towheel with the biggest names. The 23-year-old Montoya backed down from no one, didn’t hesitate to drive his car in the most precarious positions and charged hard in his pursuit of winning races. He collected seven wins and won the CART Series championship, then picked up three more series victories the next year. But there was only one goal in 2000, the year Chip Ganassi Racing returned to the Indianapolis 500 after a four-year absence. Ganassi pushed hard for an Indy 500 win, and Montoya delivered in a monstrous way: The Colombian led 167 of the 200 laps as he routed the field and beat runner-up Buddy Lazier by more than seven seconds. Then he was gone, off to Formula One for 5 1/2 years and then seven full seasons in NASCAR. Montoya never looked back, never once considered another run at the Indianapolis 500.

Until now. Now 38, Montoya is back in IndyCar, driving for storied Team Penske, and after four races and two weeks of practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, he’s comfortable again in the race car. “I’m starting to get cockier and cockier and cockier in the car,’’ Montoya told The Associated Press. “Your confidence starts to grow. To be honest, I think I have a really good shot at winning it. I really do. With my oval experience in NASCAR MONTOYA and knowing this place really well, and being with Team Penske, chances of winning don’t come much better than that.’’ That’s the attitude fans expected when Montoya made his return. But it wasn’t just like riding a bike for Montoya, who needed months of testing to relearn the car. It was makeor-break time at the season-opener in March, where many fans thought Montoya would once again make the series look like his own personal play-

JUNIOR FROM PAGE B1 said this week. “There are a lot of other tracks where I think, `Man, we were really close,’ or the car was fast enough. But I’ve never really had a car here that I thought we had it, we were walking away and we gave it away.’’ This might be the time, though. Earnhardt is off to one of his most consistent starts. His No. 88 Chevrolet took the seasonopening Daytona 500, and he’s barely slowed down since. He followed the Daytona win with second-place showings at Phoenix and Las Vegas. He was third in Martinsville, added another runner-up finish at Darlington and was fifth behind winning Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon at Kansas two weeks ago. Most eyes at Charlotte will be awaiting Kurt Busch’s arrival after the former NASCAR champion competes at the Indianapolis 500 earlier Sunday. The Double has been a focus heading into motorsports’ biggest weekend of the year and Earnhardt is among many NASCAR drivers who will be

ground. He was not one of them. “In the first race, I couldn’t outbrake anybody,’’ he said. “In NASCAR, you never pass anybody into the corner, you pass everybody out of the corner. Here, you don’t pass anybody out of the corner. Everything is in the braking, and I haven’t outbraked anybody in seven years. So I had to relearn.’’ He finished fourth at Long Beach, the second race of the season, and started to get his feel again. Now, after four races, he has shown he is ready for Indy. Montoya had the fastest four-lap average — 231.007 mph — among drivers ineligible to win the pole and will start 10th on Sunday. “Things we try now are good, and when we tried them two months ago, I couldn’t drive it,’’ he said. “It definitely shows I’m getting more comfortable in the car, and then the speed starts getting better. It’s good now that we go to practices and I’m starting to get quicker than my teammates. It feels like we are headed in the right direction.’’

Defending race winner Tony Kanaan praised Montoya’s ability to get work through his return while driving alongside Penske teammates Helio Castroneves and Will Power. “He’s the right guy for that position,’’ Kanaan said. “When you get into a team that has Will Power and Helio, with so much success, you can’t have somebody with a weak frame of mind or very insecure because they would never last. Within the first three races, they would get beat and they would get down. But now they better watch out, because he’s coming.’’ Montoya said he now has a better understanding of how to make the car do what he wants. With each day, his speed improves and he believes he’s now on the same pace as Power and Castroneves. Soon, he believes he could be the Montoya of 14 years ago. “I don’t want to be disrespectful to NASCAR, but in NASCAR the limit is the car,’’ he said. “Here, for me, the limit is still me. And when the limit is me, and I figure out what my limit is, that’s going to be a problem.’’

COCA-COLA 600 LINEUP The Associated Press After Thursday qualifying; race Sunday At Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, N.C. Lap length: 1.5 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevy, 194.911. 2. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 194.567. 3. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 193.618. 4. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevy, 193.334. 5. (15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 193.244. 6. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 193.119. 7. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 193.092. 8. (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 192.472. 9. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 191.673. 10. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 191.272. 11. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 193.959. 12. (20) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 192.898. 13. (43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 192.692. 14. (21) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 192.486. 15. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Chevy, 192.438. 16. (55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 192.027. 17. (51) Justin Allgaier, Chevy, 191.945. 18. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevy, 191.925. 19. (33) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 191.884. 20. (47) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 191.829. 21. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 191.707.

watching how Busch does. Busch returned again to North Carolina for the final two Sprint Cup practices Saturday. He split time with backup driver Parker Kligerman in the morning session before taking all the laps in the No. 41 in the afternoon. Busch finished 16th fastest in his last practice. He’ll start 28th on Sunday. “The team here’s doing a great job of juggling all of this, the logistics of traveling back and forth,’’ Busch said. He’s got one more Char-

Call (803) 774-1200 and subscribe today.

22. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 189.98. 23. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 189.208. 24. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 184.344. 25. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 190.84. 26. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevy, 190.255. 27. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 189.673. 28. (41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 189.553. 29. (23) Alex Bowman, Toyota, 189.514. 30. (95) Michael McDowell, Ford, 189.148. 31. (26) Cole Whitt, Toyota, 189.115. 32. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 189.062. 33. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, 188.732. 34. (13) Casey Mears, Chevy, 188.534. 35. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 188.455. 36. (83) Ryan Truex, Toyota, 188.422. 37. (98) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 38. (66) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, Owner Points. 39. (7) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 40. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 41. (36) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 42. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 43. (32) Blake Koch, Ford, Owner Points. Failed to Qualify 44. (44) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 188.062. 45. (77) Dave Blaney, Ford, 187.143.

lotte-to-Indianapolis roundtrip left in his bid to join Tony Stewart as the only drivers to complete all 1,100 miles in both races. Harvick, who with Joey Logano leads NASCAR drivers with two Sprint Cup wins this season, is seeking his third 600 win in the past four. While he was the beneficiary of Earnhardt’s dry gas tank three years back, Harvick powered away from Kasey Kahne with 11 laps left a year ago. That was in his last season with Richard Childress Racing. Harvick feels

Your community connection

even more energized about his chances to win since moving to Stewart-Haas Racing this season. Harvick believes he’s never had as many resources. “So you just have to ride the wave and try and keep getting better,’’ he said. This could also be the week when six-time series champi-

on Jimmie Johnson breaks through for his first win this season. Johnson’s been steady if not spectacular all year long, both on the race track and about patiently answering those who question his winless start. “If I win, then I’m winning too much. If I’m not winning, then it’s: ‘Why aren’t you winning?’ So I can’t do it right either way,’’ Johnson said with a smile. Those worries may be lifting: Johnson will start up front Sunday after capturing his first pole of the season. Earnhardt will start 10th, and he’s concentrating on keeping his car in one piece and in contention before hitting that final stretch. If the No. 88 is near the top, Earnhardt knows his desire for a landmark win at a very special track will take over. “The 600 would be in the top five of my favorite wins if I can get that this weekend,’’ he said.


B6

|

TENNIS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

PRO TENNIS

Still no roof at French Open, where Week 1 could be wet BY HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press PARIS — The French Open draw ceremony began with a video showing an artist’s rendering of what the tournament site is expected to look like in a couple of years, including a planned retractable roof atop the main stadium. For now, though, Roland Garros is the same as it’s been, meaning the rain that’s predicted to fall throughout Week 1 will play havoc with the schedule at the clay-court tournament, which begins today. “We’ll see how it’s going to be with the weather,’’ said Roger Federer, whose 17 Grand Slam titles include the 2009 French Open. “I heard it’s going to be quite difficult, especially the first week with the amount of matches there are to be played. It’s clearly going to have an impact.’’ As it is, the French Open presents a particular test, because of the grueling nature of playing on red clay, where points tend to be longer than on hard or grass courts. Federer knows that dealing properly with the stops and starts is essential. “Sometimes the rain starts at a very bad moment either for you or for the opponent or for the spectators — at the worst moment of the match. So ... you just need to win those matches one way or another, however you do it,’’ he said. “Even if it’s not good tennis, it doesn’t matter.’’ Sprinkles fell Friday, and eight-time French Open champion Rafael

PPO FROM PAGE B1 main draw and has won four in the main draw, including an upset of No. 1 Elise Mertens in the second round and No. 4 Whoriskey on Saturday. “This is really something,” Gilchrist said. “ Of course, I want to win, but to get to the championship in my first tournament back is great.” Gilchrist played junior and professional tournaments before going to the University of Georgia, from which she graduated in 2013. She was planning to go on the pro circuit, but a foot injury caused her to miss almost a year. This is her first tournament since recovering. “I felt like I was playing really well today,” said Gilchrist, a first cousin of National Basketball Association player Michael-Kid Gilchrist. “I was in control in the first match, but in the second set she (Whoriskey) started playing a lot better. I made some adjustments and got back to hitting shots the way I had been.” Austin said she has watched Gilchrist play a bit this week. “She hits the ball really big, wherever she is on the court,” Austin said. Austin said she has to maintain her focus today. “I have to stay in the moment, and I have to play aggressively,” she said. “We’ll see what happens.”

AP PHOTOS

Rafael Nadal, left, and Serena Williams are considered the favorites to take home titles in the French Open, which begins today in Paris. Nadal said: “Hopefully the weather will be better.’’ NADAL THE ‘NO. 1 FAVORITE’

For all of his struggles in the run-up to the 15-day tournament — his three losses on clay are the most for him in any season in a decade — his competition still considers the Spaniard the “No. 1 favorite to win the tournament,’’ as Novak Djokovic put it. Nadal, 59-1 at Roland Garros, is trying to become the first man to win the French Open five consecutive years. He acknowledged feeling “nerves’’ and “anxiety’’ after quarterfinal losses at Monte Carlo and Barcelona this spring, but said reaching the final in Rome made him think

“the dynamic is positive.’’ The second-seeded Serb reached the semifinals five of the past seven years, but it’s the only major trophy missing from his collection. Djokovic said he derived a boost last weekend from beating Nadal on clay at Rome, “something that doesn’t happen every day.’’ But Djokovic is 0-5 against Nadal in Paris.’

Open trophy last year, part of a 53-2 record on clay since the start of 2012. There could be an all-Williams matchup in the third round in Paris, which would be the sisters’ earliest meeting at a major since the 1998 Australian Open. If Serena beats Venus, she could face 2012 champion Maria Sharapova in the quarterfinals, a rematch of last year’s final.

WILLIAMS VS. WILLIAMS

WAITING FOR FRENCH CHAMP

Time was, Serena and Venus Williams played each other in Grand Slam final after Grand Slam final, four in a row starting at the 2002 French Open. Serena won that, and added a second French

During Friday’s draw, the president of the French tennis federation, Jean Gachassin, referenced how long it’s been since a local man won the title — 1983, when Yannick Noah did it.

DJOKOVIC’S TURN?

DENNIS BRUNSON / THE SUMTER ITEM

Petra Januskova hits a return during her 6-4, 6-3 semifinal loss to Brooke Austin on Saturday in the Palmetto Pro Open at Palmetto Tennis Center.


SECTION

C

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 Call Ivy Moore at: (803) 774-1221 | E-mail: ivym@theitem.com

PHOTOS BY IVY MOORE/THE SUMTER ITEM

The SCCB Jazz Band will present its second annual Big Band Dance Friday night at the Sumter Elks Lodge.

It’s spring — time to kick up your heels

Big Band Dance at Elks Lodge BY IVY MOORE ivym@theitem.com (803) 774-1221

G

et out your best dancing shoes for the SCCB Jazz Band’s second annual Big Band Dance. From 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, May 30, the band invites us to step back in time to a 1940s nightclub setting at the Sumter Elks Lodge on West Liberty Street. “It’ll be just like you were in a club where Glenn Miller might have played,” said Jazz Band leader Rick Mitchum. “We’ll be playing a lot of Glenn Miller’s tunes, as well as some by a lot of the other big bands.” Miller’s “Moonlight Serenade” is the band’s theme song, in fact, and begins each of its concerts. Listen also for tunes made famous by such bands as those of Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Tommy Dorsey and others. And like those bands, the SCCB Jazz Band will have its star vocalists. Mitchum and Betsy Ridgeway will each sing several songs of the period, including “Over the Rainbow,” “Sentimental Journey,” “Who’s Sorry Now?” and “Unforgettable” and others. “We’ll do Richie Valens’ ‘La Bamba’ — I love that. We’ll also play Dave Brubeck’s ‘Take Five’ for people to just sit back and listen to. It’s a great piece,” Mitchum said. Last year, he said, “We had people of all ages, and some of them like to slow dance. We have a number of tunes you can slow dance to, and then we have some fast-

SCCB JAZZ BAND Trombones: Joseph Bettinger Robert Berry Emmett Anglin Jessica Bettinger Ray Graham Rick Mitchum Victor Wesley Ray Francis Piano: Saxophones: Kay Rasmussen Noah Bruenning Drums: Sean Hackett Jay Shealy Christian Guitar: Sanchez Dick Booth Tori Stoudenmier Bass: Jerry Taylor Darren Polutta Trumpets:

Trumpet player Rick Mitchum doubles as vocalist for the SCCB Jazz Band. He also directs the band and serves as master of ceremonies.

er tunes you can shag to. Some people like to do the electric slide, and we have music that suits that, too.” That said, he noted that the band will play some chacha, mambo, salsa, samba, foxtrot, jitterbug and other tunes.While the band’s April concert at the Sumter Opera House offered a preview of the kind of music the band will play Friday, the musicians will show off their expanded repertoire throughout the evening, he said. “The dance floor is right in front of the band,” Mitchum said, “and there will be tables around the room, just like in the real big band days. We’re hoping for an even bigger crowd this year. I’d love to see the (Sumter Ballroom) dance club come out this time. Everyone that came last year had a good time — including the band.” Before the dance begins and throughout the evening, guests can enjoy a variety of refreshments and

The band’s combo, here comprising Sean Hackett on alto saxophone, Dick Booth on guitar, Jim Shealy on drums, Darren Polutta on bass and Kay Rasmussen on piano, is an integral part of the SCCB Jazz Band.

SEE DANCE, PAGE C6

High school auditorium nears completion; TEC graduates 1st class 75 YEARS AGO - 1939 Oct. 16-22 Negotiations are under way to bring the Rochester baseball team of the International League to Sumter for spring training. It was previously stated in another South Carolina paper that the New York club had definitely decided to make SumYesteryear ter their in Sumter spring trainSAMMY WAY ing base. John Riley of the baseball commission announced today that Rochester was sending a representative to Sumter to talk the proposition over with the commission which is composed of five local men, but nothing had been decided. • Bobby Baumann, who

played brilliant ball on last year’s Sumter High School team, is continuing to burn up North Carolina junior college circles as a member of the Belmont Abbey 11. Baumann ran wild Saturday night against Brevard College scoring two touchdowns and playing a big part otherwise in his team’s 37 to 0 victory. • Jaywalkers are reported to be trampling the grass lawns in Memorial Park. Those who use the park as a short-cut thoroughfare should at least stay in the paths and keep off the grass. • County Agent Eleazer, having succeeded in getting farmers substantially interested in hog and beef cattle raising is now directing his efforts toward mule raising as a practical, worthwhile side line on Sumter County farms. • The Daily Item had an anniversary Sunday , the 15th — its 45th. There are only three survivors of the force of 10 that

Minnie DesChamps, far left, won the 1939 ladies’ handicap golf tournament for the H.A. Moses cup at the Sunset Country Club. Mrs. Ryan Kennedy, far right, and Mrs. Martin Rosefield, second from left, tied for second place and will play off for the runner-up spot. Mrs. R. Leland Moore, second from right, and Rosalie DesChamps, center, were among the low scorers. wrote the copy, hand-set the type, and printed the first issue of the Daily Item, October 15th, 1894. H.G. Osteen and C.W. McGrew are still on the job; the third, Thomas E. Flowers, is living in Sumter but he long ago retired from the printing trade.

A. Gilbert Flowers, who was composing room foreman at the time, died a few years ago as dean of the law department of Baylor University, Texas, a position he had filled with distinction for a decade or more. • A former Sumter grid star,

Johnnie Sweatte, played magnificent football for Clemson’s baby Bengals in their annual frosh encounter with Carolina, which was played last night before a capacity crowd at Melton Field in Columbia. The Bengals outplayed Carolina most of the game but saw their chances for a victory fade when Leitner plunged over for the Biddies in the third quarter. The attempted point after was knocked down and Ted Petoskey’s club won 6 to 0. • The new auditorium at Edmunds High School is rapidly nearing completion. The floor is now being added and it is expected to be opened in the near future. This will be one of the finest high school auditoriums in the state and it will indeed be an asset to the city and to the school. The stage in this new unit is built to a higher elevation which will

SEE YESTERYEAR, PAGE C6


C2

|

PANORAMA

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

Kesty-Benson

WEDDINGS

Bradley-Anderson CONWAY — Morganne Tindal Bradley of Sumter and Brady Jack Anderson of Conway were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 3, 2014, at The Upper Mill Plantation. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Romona Miles Stogner and Robert Tindal Bradley, both of Sumter, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Tindal Bradley of Sumter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miles of Rembert. She graduated from Crestwood High School and Kenneth Shuler School of Cosmetology. She is employed by The Hair Colorist. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. June Moore Anderson and Michael Wallace Anderson, both of Conway, and the grandson of the late H. Wallace Anderson, the late Mrs. Miriam Spires Anderson, the late Jack Donald “Don” Moore Sr. and the late Mrs. Juanita DeLoache Moore, all of Conway. He graduated from Francis Marion University with a business degree. He is employed by Anderson Transfer. The Rev. Neil Dubose officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by the Rev. Matthew Jay Wilkie, soloist; and Mrs. Yvonne Wilkes, pianist; Escorted by her father, the bride wore an elegant candlelight lace vintage wedding gown with a strapless neckline and beaded bodice. She carried a romantic bouquet of white hydrangeas and quail feathers wrapped in burlap. Natalie Nicole Hudson served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.

THE SUMTER ITEM

MRS. BRADY ANDERSON

Mandy Loyer Burke, Hillary Dick, Paige Brooke Martin and Tiffani Lauren Porter. Meadow Haze Bradley served as flower girl. The bridegroom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Daniel Ryan Harrell, Ronald Kyle Hodge, Matthew Blake Jenerette, Jackson McSwain Miles II and Derrick Mason Squires. Jackson Elijah Anderson served as ring bearer. Cassidy Miles Bradley, Jackson McSwain Miles, Randy Allan Stogner and David Alan Willem served as ushers. Also participating were Caroline Elizabeth Coleman, Mrs. Cristin Newell Coleman, Josh Coleman and Taylor Marie Coleman. The reception was held at The Upper Mill Plantation. The rehearsal party was held at Wacammaw Shrine Club. Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, West Indies, the couple resides in Sumter.

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA — Dr. Jenna Margaret Kesty of North Bay, Ontario, and Dr. Paul Wesley Benson of Sumter were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 24, 2014, at Highland Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daughter of Drs. Kenneth Richard and Cynthia Kesty of North Bay, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Isaac Kesty of Esko, Minnesota, and the late Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Earnest Bullen Of New Liskeard, Ontario. She graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College with a bachelor of arts in biology and Wake Forest School of Medicine with a doctor of medicine. She begins ophthalmology residency in July at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luther Benson, and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arden Benson and the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Calder Bradham, all of Sumter. He graduated from Wofford College with a bachelor of science in biology and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine with a doctor of medicine. He com-

pleted a residency in internal medicine and fellowship in gastroenterology at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital. He is employed by Wake Forest School of Medicine. Pastor Gary Gilbertson officiated at the ceremony. Music was provided by organist Nate Zullinger. Escorted by her father, the bride wore an ivory Judd Waddell silk taffeta ball gown featuring a sweetheart neckline, a sheer alencon lace bodice adorned with silk buttons and a deep alencon lace hem with chapel-length train. She also wore a chapel-length veil with full lace trim and carried a colorful spring bouquet of coral charm peonies, Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, hypericum and eucalyptus wrapped in a white linen and lace bonnet belonging to the bridegroom as an infant. Bridesmaids were Katarina Rose Kesty, Kendra Elizabeth Kesty, Chelsea Evelyn Kesty, Erin Lewis Glasgow Johnson and Kathryn Virginia Lawrence. Molly Maree Schottler and Nadia Katherine Woolner served as flower girls. Groomsmen were Robert Luther Benson, Robert Porter Benson and Wesley Paul Bryant. Ushers were William

MRS. PAUL BENSON

Charles Taylor and Tucker Lee Johnson. Mitchell McCollough Schottler and Milligan Paul Bryant served as ring bearers. Also participating were Carlisle McLeod Benson and Mary Strahley Benson. The reception was given by the bride’s parents at The Graylyn Estate in WinstonSalem. The couple’s Boston Terriers Doc and Bowman Benson served as greeters. The rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom’s parents at Old Town Club in Winston-Salem. Following a wedding trip to Tahiti, the couple will reside in Winston-Salem.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

Brunsons celebrate 50 years Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brunson Jr. of Sumter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 26, 2014, at Cypress Creek Clubhouse, Pinewood. A party was given in their honor by their three children and their spouses, Ronnie and Joy Hendrix and Wade and Jill Walton, all of Sumter, and Wendell and Jeannie Rogers of Gable. The couple has six grandchildren. Mrs. Brunson is the former Janice Jackson of Sumter.

MR., MRS. JESSE BRUNSON JR.

Loss for words of sympathy is embarrassing for woman DEAR ABBY — I have a very hard time expressing my condolences. I panic and avoid sadDear Abby ness at all ABIGAIL costs. I’ll give you VAN BUREN two examples: My boss’s husband died. (I worked for him, too.) Because I couldn’t talk to her, I avoided her like she had the plague. Another time, a close friend’s son tried to commit suicide and severely injured himself. Instead of hugging my friend’s wife and asking how she was, I waved and went on like I was late for something. I’m ashamed of my behavior. How can I stop myself from acting like this? Embarrassed in California DEAR EMBARRASSED —One way would be to ask yourself WHY you’re afraid of confronting someone’s sadness. Is it fear that doing so will bring you to tears, and you want to avoid the emotion? Because you are feeling shame, I don’t think it is lack of empathy. Being prepared in advance may help you reach out when a condolence is needed. All you have to say is, “I’m sorry for your loss,” or, “I’m sorry about what you’re going through.” In some cases, the person may want to exchange a few words about it, but in others they won’t. Please stop beating yourself up about this. Many people don’t know what to say, or blurt out something inappropriate because they’re uncomfortable with their own feelings. DEAR ABBY — I work in a small bakery. We have a very nice baker here who is an older gentleman. When he gets frustrated, he will shout out, “Son-of-a-rabbit-chas-

er!” We all laugh and have asked him what that saying actually means. He told us his father used to say it. Now the entire bakery is trying to guess what this saying’s true meaning and origin is. Can you help us out? My boss seems to think a “rabbit chaser” is referring to a greyhound dog because they chase rabbits. I don’t think that makes sense. I’m wondering if maybe it refers to a dirty old man chasing a younger woman, but that doesn’t really make sense either. If you can shed any light on this, we would all appreciate it. Dying to know in Milwaukee DEAR DYING TO KNOW — According to my dictionary of American slang, when someone starts an exclamation with “son-of-a,” it is usually to express “anger, annoyance, amazement or disappointment.” The animals that usually chase rabbits are dogs. Your baker may have grown up hearing his father use the expression because back then gentlemen weren’t supposed to say “SOB” in front of ladies or impressionable children because it was considered too crude for tender ears. Ahh, those were the good old days. DEAR ABBY — I am struggling with my friend. We’re both on the cross-country team, but I can run farther than she can. When she stops to walk, I continue to run, but when I do, it makes her very upset. She says I should stop running and walk with her. But if I do that, I will lose valuable mileage. I don’t know what to do. Should I wait for her? Swifty in Nevada DEAR SWIFTY — No, you shouldn’t. Each of you should proceed according to your ability. Please discuss this with your coach. I know she (or he) will back me up on this.

Roaring 1920s-themed weddings have all that jazz BY KIM COOK Associated Press Writer

gled with gold paillettes. Gowns of the ’20s featured sequins, fringes and other embellishments, but the cut was The Roaring ’20s live on in pop culture as a high-spirited usually simple. Dropped waists and low backs defined whirl of a decade, full of the formal silhouette. Neckdancing flappers, dapper gents and an overall air of op- lines weren’t overworked, and most dresses were either timism. sleeveless or given a little For many modern brides lacey cap sleeve, evoking the and grooms, it’s the perfect look of a slip dress, whether vibe for a wedding. full or tea length. Baz Luhrmann’s “Great If you’re having a dress Gatsby” film remake rekinmade, don’t go for bright dled interest in 1920s style, white, Savada says. Keep it and on television, even the prim Granthams of “Downton within the vintage aesthetic Abbey” have left staid Victori- — vanilla, ivory, or the palest of pink, canary or blush. ana for high-spirited dance Jeweled headpieces, perclubs — or at least Cousin haps with lace, more sequins, Rose has. rhinestones or feathers, might Think creamy linens, lawn take the place of a veil, alparties, Jazz Age music. Champagne coupes, gilded de- though Savada suggests tails, and Old Hollywood hair brides can do both. “Pairing a bejeweled headband with a and makeup. Dancing. veil is a timeless but nostalgic “The sophisticated beauty look.” and elegance of the period is Check the crafts website the perfect inspiration for a Etsy.com for handmade headwedding. The theme allows couples to honor the past and pieces and bands. Satin or soft gold or silver slippers, or bring this lively age to life in a creative and bold way,” says peep-toed pumps, finish the ensemble. Marsha Hunt, co-owner with Source dresses on Ebay, Bridget Connell of Haute Flower Boutique in Minneap- where silk, pearl and lacetrimmed originals go for as olis. They have incorporated ele- low as $75. Find lots of reproments of the era into wedding ductions of gowns and flapper receptions both contemporary dresses here too, great for bridesmaids. and traditional, she said. Grooms and groomsmen The goal is to find “that happy medium between being might look at three-piece suits completely poised but also let- in linen or light-colored wool ting loose,” says Shira Savada, for summer; for a more casual Real Weddings Editor at Mar- affair, consider a striped blazer, even a boater style hat, and tha Stewart Weddings. suspenders.

THE DRESS

Brides might follow the lead of model Kate Moss, who wed musician Jamie Hince in July 2011. Moss asked her friend John Galliano to make her a vintage-style wedding dress, and the designer used Zelda Fitzgerald as inspiration. The cream-colored, bias-cut gown featured an Art Deco motif along the bottom, and was embroidered with gold, span-

SETTING THE STAGE Invitations can set the tone with a vintage font — Park Lane, Gatsby, Nite Club and Atlas Regular, among others — and Art Deco details. Use the same typography for table cards and other signage in the reception space. Create your own, or employ a designer. Suggest that guests also come dressed in Roaring

’20s style. For a summer wedding, a venue with big gardens and open space works well for an elegant, Gatsby-esque lawn party. Linens, strung lighting and blankets on the grass provide an easy, relaxed background in which guests can feel comfortable, while you add as much luxury as you like with other elements, such as food, drinks and live music. Croquet was the game of the moment back then, but other old-fashioned lawn games like badminton or bocce could amuse both younger and older guests. For an indoor wedding, decorate with vintage suitcases, globes, gramophones and cameras. Savada recommends touches like embroidered handkerchiefs; engraved silver pieces, such as lighters and tie clips; and those remarkable cars. “They basically cry out to be incorporated into someone’s Roaring ’20s-style celebration,” she says. Hunt and Connell suggest a pleasing palette of blush, peach and ivory, with silver and bronze metallics. Add touches of bling with easy, shimmery materials like charmeuse and voile, gilt-encrusted ribbons, pearls and beading. Glossy black accents add drama. They also suggest silverspangled mesh table covers, and candelabra dripping with pearl strands. You could scrounge flea markets for inexpensive brooches and necklaces to trim napkins and cutlery. Lacy tablecloths are easy to find in antique stores. And peacock and ostrich feathers add flourish to floral displays. Pin vintage family wedding photos on ribbons, clothesline-style, or decorate buffet tables with photos of old-time stars such as Douglas Fairbanks, Clara Bow, Buster Keaton, Rudolf Valentino and Greta Garbo.


PANORAMA

THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

C3

Spend National Trails Day at Poinsett park BY CATHERINE BLUMBERG SCAL Executive Director Featuring a series of outdoor activities designed to promote and celebrate the importance of trails in the United States, American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day (NTD) is a celebration of America’s outstanding trail system. It occurs annually on the first Saturday in June – that’s June 7 this year. Activities are designed to promote and celebrate the importance of trails in the United States. It’s a day when many Americans are introduced to a broad array of trail activities: biking, hiking, horseback riding, trail running, paddling, bird watching and more. Many individuals, clubs, and organizations from around the country host NTD to share their love of trails with friends, family and their communities. Good news! National Trails Day is being hosted by Palmetto Conservation Foundation on Saturday, June 7 at Poinsett State Park. Sumter County Active Lifestyles will be there and YOU are invited to attend this FREE event! While there is no charge for the NTD event, you must register by June 4. To register go to http://palmettoconservation.org/NTDAwendawPoin-

sett.asp . Scroll down to “Hiking, Biking, and Lunch at Poinsett State Park Event Scheduleâ€? where you will see the events schedule. Under the schedule, select “click here to register today.â€? If you have questions or find it inconvenient to register online, call Mary Roe at (803) 771-0870 or send an email to mroe@ palmettoconservation.org. Here’s the schedule: • 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. All hiking and biking groups meet at Poinsett State Park Ranger Office to sign in • 9:45 a.m. Depart for Guided Intermediate Hike 3.5-4 miles with some elevation • 10 a.m. Depart for Guided Beginner Hike 2.5 miles with no elevation • 10 a.m. Depart for Guided Intermediate Mountain Bike Ride, 8 miles • 12:30 to 2 p.m. Lunch Things you need for the events are: • Water bottle • Small backpack • Bug spray • Sunscreen • Camera • Helmet if you are participating in the mountain bicycle ride • Snacks; lunch will be provided, however snacks such as granola bars or trail mix are recommended.

PHOTO PROVIDED

Fishing in the 10-acre lake is a popular activity for children and adults. Poinsett State Park is a great place to learn how to fish, too. The mission of the Palmetto Conservation Foundation (PCF) is to conserve South Carolina’s natural and cultural resources, preserve historic landmarks, and promote outdoor recreation through trails and greenways. It only takes one visit to Poinsett State Park, “the mountains of the midlands,� to fully appreciate this unique natural area and PCF’s mission. On June 7, in addition to a nature-filled day of fun, you’ll get to meet park staff and learn about the physical activity opportunities that

are always available to you at Poinsett. To get your heart pumping, lungs expanding and muscles working at various levels of difficulty, you can paddle or swim in the 10acre lake, bicycle in the hills or hike on the trails, some connecting to the Palmetto Trail. With obesity rates skyrocketing, exercise is increasingly important, and Poinsett State Park offers a wide variety of opportunities to “get moving.� Sumter County Active Lifestyles urges you to take advantage of this local event, as

National Trails Day is a great way to Get Active. Get Healthy. Get Involved! Sumter County Active Lifestyles (SCAL) is a nonprofit tax exempt organization whose mission is to promote health and quality of life in Sumter County by advocating for a community environment that supports physically active lifestyles for all citizens. For more information, contact Catherine Blumberg, executive director, at (803) 774-3860 or visit the website: www.SumterCountyActiveLifestyles.org.

CLUB DIGEST SUMTER ART ASSOCIATION

PHOTO PROVIDED

Jean Rogers-Mcafee, left, was named American Legion Auxiliary Unit 15 Member of the Year 2013-14 by the Unit 15 Past Presidents Parley Committee Nancy Jordan, center, and Fay Cook.

Fair Edmunds presents The Council of Garden Clubs of Sumter 2014-15 scholarship to Cody Daniel Nunnery. The council’s scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving student majoring in agriculture, agronomy, botany, city planning, forestry, horticulture, or land management. Nunnery is a Forest Resource Management major at Clemson University.

Accommodations

Gift Registry /(VJHOBSE%St4VNUFS 4$

www.comfortsuitessumter.com

775-1209 Naomi & Warner

The Bridal Directory

469-0200 Sleep Inn

#SPBE4Ut4VNUFS 4$  www.sleepinnsumter.com w

469-0500 Florists The Daisy Shop 1JOFXPPE3Et4VNUFS 4$  (inside the Piggly Wiggly) (in

t 

Gift-Registries Creative Cookery

Gift Registry #VMUNBO%St4VNUFS 4$

775-1511

Frances Betchman, president; Shirley Patterson, vicepresident; Rosemary Drakeford, recording secretary; Mary Dallery, corresponding secretary; and Linda Hogon, treasurer.

NU MASTER CHAPTER OF BETA SIGMA PHI A business meeting and dinner was held at the home of Mary Ann Clark on May 1. She relayed important information about recycling and the responsibilities we all have to support this program. On May 15, a salad supper was held at Fran Kolar’s home. Officers for the upcoming 2014-15 sorority year were installed. Secret sisters were revealed and gifts exchanged. New names were drawn for next year. Congratulations to Fran Kolar, who was selected to receive the chapter’s congeniality award. A bring-your-own steak cookout will be held on May 30 at the home of Margie Zelano. Beginning Day will be held in late August with business meetings resuming in September, the first and third Thursdays of each month. Sorority socials will continue throughout the summer.

Galloway & Moseley

Comfort Suites

#SPBE4Ut4VNUFS 4$

The final meeting of the Sumter Art Association for 2013-14 was held May 20 at the Alice Boyle Garden Center. President Frances Betchman welcomed 50 members and one guest. Gene Smith gave a devotional, and Frances read aloud a note of thanks from Karen Watson, executive director of the Sumter Gallery of Art, for the association’s financial support of the Gallery’s summer art camps for children. Martha Greenway announced a number of cultural events currently taking place in Sumter and the surrounding area. Jane Watson, membership chairwoman, introduced new members Jeanne Anne Baldwin, Ginger Barwick, Marie Hill and Vicki Goodwin. Kathy Creech introduced the afternoon’s program. Special guest speaker was Betty Reese, a local artist and master gardener who entertained the gathering with a demonstration of how artful flower arrangements can be created with what can be found in one’s own back yard. Dr. Mary Elizabeth Blanchard conducted the installation of officers for 20142015. Serving the association for the coming year will be

4.BJO4USFFUt4VNUFS 4$

773-4388

Music & Sound Systems Sales & Rentals

/.BJO4USFFUt4VNUFS 4$ www.importslimitedsc.com

773-1908 Transportation Sumter Trolley Tours 773-0327 www.sumtertrolleytours.com

To advertise call 803-774-1237


C4

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

REFLECTIONS

THE SUMTER ITEM

PHOTOS BY JIM HILLEY / THE SUMTER ITEM

From front to back, a collection of uniforms represents Iraqi Freedom, Persian Gulf, Vietnam and the Korean War at the Sumter County military display located on South Harvin Street in the Clyburn Building, Suite No. 2.

Remembering those who gave their lives for country

R

eflections pays tribute to those Sumter veterans who gave the full measure of sacrifice while in the service of our

country. Many of their images are housed at the Veterans Display, a facility located in the Clyburn Building on South Harvin Street, Suite #2.

Sammy Way REFLECTIONS

The citizens of Sumter are

invited to visit the Display on Memorial Day, May 26, from 2 to 5 p.m. and view these photos of our fallen heroes. Part of the 2,200 photos representing World War II veterans is shown on display.

Also included in the display are thousands of additional photographs of

LOCAL SERVICE MEMBERS The following list provides the number of those local service members who died in combat or through non-battle-related injuries according to the conflict: World War I: 49 World War II: 133 Korean Conflict: 13 Vietnam War: 34 Persian Gulf War: 1 Operation Iraqi Freedom: 1 Enduring Freedom Afghanistan: 2

those who served in the protection and defense of our nation. In addition, the building houses countless items of memorabilia provided by our veterans, their family members and members of the community. The Veterans Display is open each Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m., and there is no charge for adGen. George L. Mabry was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

mission. Reach Item Archivist and Veterans Display Director Sammy Way at (803) 983-8946 or waysammy@yahoo. com.

A display, left, honors recipients of the Purple Heart. A flight suit and helmet was worn by Rick Hines in Vietnam.

A collection of Third Army uniforms can be seen.

A plaque honoring the memory of Willie Lee Ashley, Tuskegee Airman is on display.

A model of a World War I bi-plane is on display.

John Paul Gerald, his Silver Star and Purple Heart received in WWII are on display.


EDUCATION

THE SUMTER ITEM

Sumter School District BAKER RECEIVES SOLOMON’S AWARD Dr. J. Frank Baker, Superintendent of Sumter School District, received the Solomon’s Award at the National Police Week Prayer Breakfast. The annual breakfast was hosted by the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office and the Sumter City Police Department. Sheriff Anthony Dennis presented the award. The award is given annually to one member of the community and is chosen by a committee. The purpose is to recognize an individual for outstanding, wise leadership to the community and law enforcement personnel alike. Upon receiving the award, Baker said, “I am surprised and humbled by this award. We enjoy an outstanding relationship with both the Sheriff’s Department and the Police Department, and we work together on a daily basis to ensure the safety and security of our schools and this community. I appreciate everything these two departments do for us.”

RELAY FOR LIFE TOTALS POSTED Sumter School District participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life on May 16 at the Crolley Stadium located at Hillcrest Middle School. Every school in the district, the district office, the Sumter Career and Technology Center and Adult Education fielded a team, and with money still coming in, fundraising efforts to date have netted the Relay for Life effort $63,938. Some of the top fundraisers to date include Pocalla Springs Elementary, $10,185; Adult Education, $6,665; Lemira Elementary, $4,831; High Hills, $4,540; Oakland Primary, $3,159; the District Office, $2,612; and Alice Drive Elementary, $2,530. Ebenezer Middle, Bates Middle, Shaw Heights Elementary and Millwood Elementary all raised in excess of $2,000. Sumter School District was happy to contribute in such a big way to the success of the Relay event. In addition to the monetary donations, the camaraderie and the bonding between the schools was an added bonus. The team captains at each school did an outstanding job pulling the groups together to walk and to raise money. The district appreciates every donation made to our schools, and the district office and is proud of the effort of the entire community to raise money for this important cause.

PALMETTO BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ STATE PARTICIPANTS NAMED Palmetto Boys’ and Girls’ State are sponsored annually by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary. The weeklong program teaches rising seniors about state and local governments and how the political process works in our state. The delegates have an opportunity to campaign and run for various offices throughout the week. Potential candidates are chosen by the local high schools’ faculties on the basis of leadership, character, scholarship, service, citizenship, and an interest in government. The candidates are then interviewed by members of the local American Legion Posts for Boys’ State and the Legion Auxiliaries for Girls’ State, and the final delegates are selected by them. For Boys’ State, Crestwood High School students chosen were Nathan Davis, Anthony Hill, Brandon Huynh, Alex Vereen and Jamar Williams by Sumter Post 15. Alex Sanders-Spann is an alternate. Melvin McLeod was chosen by Post 140, and Wesley Pittman and Jamison Schwartz were chosen as delegates by Post 175. Marion Andrews was chosen by Post 202. Zack Benner and Ruben Conyers from Lakewood High School will represent Post 15. Sumter High School delegates for Post 15 are James Barnes, Garrett Conner, Anthony Deas, Dylan Drown, Malcolm Major-Wright, Trevor Moxley, Ryan Perez and Vincent Watkins. David Pringle was chosen as an alternate. Girls’ State candidates include, from the Post 15 Auxil-

iary, Crestwood delegates Sheyann Maynard and Kelly Wollenbery. Lakewood students chosen for Girls’ State are Mireille C. McCabe and Jean Fox, also representing the Post 15 Auxiliary. Sumter High School’s Girls’ State delegates for Post 15 are Mary Ann Koty, Katherine Lynch, Xaviera Webb, Rebecca Twitty and Naomi McQuillar. Alternates are Angela Williams, Kamri Williams, Kion’na Greene and LaRaven Temoney. Boys’ State will be held June 8-14 at the Anderson University in Anderson, and Girls’ State will be held the same week at Presbyterian College in Clinton.

SUMTER HIGH BAND EXCELS The Sumter High School band program earned an Outstanding Performance Award for the 2013-14 school year. The award is given annually by the South Carolina Band Directors’ Association, which is the governing organization for the state’s bands. The award goes to bands who have earned at least 90 out of 100 points for their marching band performance at the state competition, with the region and all state band participants, the concert festival rating, and with students who performed at the Solo and Ensemble Festival. Only 43 high schools and 39 middle schools in the state received the OPA this year. The Sumter High band director is Thomas Langford.

HOLIDAY OBSERVED Monday is a holiday in Sumter School District in observance of Memorial Day. All schools and the district office will be closed. The events during the last weeks of school are too numerous to list, but there are awards days, student recognition programs, concerts, and much more at nearly every school. The last day of school for students is June 5. Graduations will be held on June 6 and 7. Complete details regarding graduation will be listed in next Sunday’s education news. For more information on all of the activities, visit the district website at http://sumterschools.net. The public may check the main district calendar and also finds links to every individual school in the district. — Mary B. Sheridan

Morris College PASTORS AND CHRISTIAN WORKERS CONFERENCE The Morris-Benedict Pastors and Christian Workers Conference will be held on the Morris College campus starting Monday. Registration will begin at noon in the lobby of the O.R. Reuben Chapel. The registration cost of $150 includes meals and on-campus housing. The conference will conclude on Thursday. A list of conference participants can be found in the events section of the college’s web site at www.morris.edu, or for more information call (803) 934-3401.

UPWARD BOUND BEGINS JUNE 9 The summer component of the Morris College Upward Bound Program will begin on June 9. The six-week program comprised of approximately 65 students from Clarendon, Lee and Sumter counties will conclude on July 18. For more information about the Morris College Upward Bound Program, call (803) 9343193. — NiCole Williams Lynch

Clarendon School District 1 SUMMERTON EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER An anti-bullying session presented by Paulette Evans was held at SECC on May 5. Students and teachers engaged in role-playing activities to learn how to deal with a bully. Students were instructed to STOP (tell bullies to stop), Walk (walk away), then TALK (tell an adult) in order to stop bullying. It was well-spent time to target bullying and how to deal with it appropriately. SECC is a “No Bullying” school.

TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK If you’re able to read this article, thank a teacher. Tokens of appreciation to teachers, their assistants and support persons were delivered May 5-9 by Principal Bell or his designee at SECC. The staff was overjoyed with the generosity shown to them in appreciation for their hard work and efforts.

SCOTT’S BRANCH MIDDLE/ HIGH SCHOOL More than 1,000 Special Olympics players entered the 2014 Basketball Tournament that was held in Columbia in April. The Summerton Dukes, coached by Albert Thomas, represented Clarendon School District 1 with four players ranging from 12 to 15 years old. There was one player from Clarendon 2. The Summerton Dukes won the “best of two” games with Savior Seaberry from Scotts Branch Middle High School being the high scorer. Savior scored 18 points, and also had 10 steals, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for a triple double in game one. In game two, Savior scored 16 points and had another triple double with 11 steals, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. He helped his team to win the Gold Medal. He was selected by Special Olympics Team as the Most Valuable Player in the 2014 Special Olympics Tournament in the 12- to 15-year-old age group. Scott’s Branch Middle High School is proud of Savior. Thanks goes to Coach Thomas for his unwavering support and hard work.

SUMMER SPECIAL OLYMPICS The 2014 Summer Special Olympics was held May 9-11 at Fort Jackson Army base in Columbia. Albert Thomas practiced with and trained Savior Seaberry for the 50-mm run and the standing high jump. Their goals were to have fun, meet new people, give it their best in the events they entered, represent the school and the community, and bring back medals from the events. They accomplished all of their goals. Savior won the Gold Medal in the 50-mm run and also the Gold Medal in the standing high jump. Savior was congratulated by the CEO of Special OlympicsBarry S. Coats for his outstanding performance and also commended Thomas for his hard work during the Special Olympics events. — Beverly Spry

Lee County School District LEE COUNTY CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER The Lee County Career and Technology Center Chapter of Distributive Education Clubs of America was honored at the International Career Development Conference in Atlanta. The ICDC is the highlight of the year for the DECA organization, which is known for preparing high school and college students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. The LCCTC Chapter received a plaque, pennant, flag and three allocations to the THRIVE Academy for their achievements. More than 16,000 high school students, advisers, business leaders and alumni gathered for the conference May 3-6.

BISHOPVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL Bishopville Primary School students harvested knowledge while picking strawberries this May 2. More than 80 kindergarten students were treated to an educational field trip to McArthur Farms in Bennettsville. While there, students were given a hay ride tour of the farm, learned about the life cycle of the strawberry plant and learned how the recent long cold season damaged the plants putting strawberry season four weeks behind schedule. The students were able to discuss the link between the environment and how it affects the strawberry plants. After the tour and lesson, students were able to pick their own bucket of strawberries and enjoyed a picnic lunch. Recently BPS hosted a

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 “Pizza (Math) for Parents” program to help inform parents about the expectations for their children in math. Parents of children in kindergarten through fourth grade were presented with test-taking skills they could practice at home that would assist their children with the PASS test. Each grade level planned an activity involving fractions skills needed at their level using the pizza theme. Strategies such as “Jail the Detail” were shared by Title I Parent Liaison Gwen Frederick. She explained that students “jail the detail” when reading passages by underlining or boxing the important details they read. Parents were then dismissed to the classroom for more activities. Afterwards, parents and students gathered in the cafeteria for pizza and live entertainment from the preschool students.

LEE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Congratulations to the Lee Central High School Golf Team for a big win at the Regional Golf Tournament in Andrews. The tournament held May 5 at Cherry Hill Country Club hosted several high schools from surrounding counties. The following students placed second in the tournament: John Compton, Timothy Jeko, Davonte Jenkins, Timothy Jenkins, John Morrow, James Olerud and Corey Wiggins. Coach Jeffrey Storey says he’s proud of his players and thanks his assistant coaches, Michael Baldwin and Mark Griggs. Later this month, the team is planning a Father & Son Tournament. Also, in June they will host a tournament for all coaches in the district.

MONITORS THANKED Superintendent Dr. Wanda Andrews thanks students, parents and district staff for their hard work in completing PASS testing this week (May 5-9). Dr. Andrews especially thanks volunteers from Shaw Air Force Base who lent their time to serve as classroom monitors during testing.

DISTRICT OFFERS CAMPS Lee County School District is excited to offer more than two dozen summer camps available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade. The Project LEAD (Learning through Enrichment And Development) Summer Camps will provide students with academic support, skills, inspiration and preparation needed to succeed. Camps will address the needs of the Lee County students and help to build a sense of community among the students, schools and their families. A majority of the camps will begin June 9 and run through July 10, covering areas including math enrichment, dance, technology, visual arts, football, band and high school success and leadership. Parents can find a listing and full description of each camp on the district’s website, www.leeschoolsk12.org. Online registration is available. For more information, contact the Office of Instruction at (803) 484-5327.

Sumter Christian School GRADUATION HAS BEGUN As seniors commence their preparations for high school graduation on May 22, the kindergarten class graduated into a new phase of their education, which will last for the next 12 years.

TRIPS AND MORE After the stress of final exams, the seniors had a wonderful time on their senior trip in Kissimmee, Fla. They were able to spend three days at Universal Studios, learn more about Biblical culture at the Holy Land Experience, and of course enjoy time shopping and bonding as a class. Several classes are continuing to venture out on field trips. On Monday, the fourth grade toured the Statehouse in Columbia and went on an exciting scavenger hunt. The seventh- and eighth-grade classes went to Charleston to tour Fort Sumter and experience downtown including a

|

C5

walk through Market Street. On May 16, the sixth- grade class spent time together making tie-dyed T-shirts that they wore last Tuesday on their trip to Wonderworks in Myrtle Beach. On May 20, the Booster Club held an inaugural meeting to discuss parent-student involvement in the upcoming school year. The primary focus of the Booster Club is to support the school in academics, fine arts and Athletics. As the school year continues to wind down, so do the projects. Amanda Kish’s sixth-grade class presented a report about Western Hemisphere nations, which included PowerPoint presentations as well as the students’ attempts to recreate a food from that particular nation. The sophomores had some mixed reactions to their frog dissection project. Clay Coombs said, “Once you get over the smell and the feel, it’s pretty cool.” Most of the sophomores agreed that it was beneficial to their education even though it got, as TJ Burke put it, “pretty nasty.” — Miriam Marritt

Wilson Hall ESTEP NAMED WESLEYAN FELLOW Senior Claire Estep received the Southern Wesleyan University Fellowship Scholarship valued at $106,640. The scholarship, which covers the full amount of tuition, fees, room and board, is awarded to South Carolina students who have been designated as Palmetto Fellows Scholars. COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS As of May 16, 96% of the 54 members of the senior class received merit-based scholarship offers totaling more than $4.3 million to a four-year college or university. The following is a partial list of scholarship recipients compiled from information submitted to the college counselor, Diane Richardson. Clemson University awarded Ken Ballard a National Merit Scholarship, Eric Hartzell a Freshman Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Scholarship, and Tripp Whaley an Independent Scholar Scholarship. Amy Banghart received a Palmetto Girls State Scholarship, Bailey Connor received a Marion Military Institute Foundation Scholarship, and Claire Estep was awarded a Charleston Southern University Hunter Scholarship. Becker College offered a John Hancock Academic Scholarship to Eric Hartzell, the University of South Carolina offered a Thornwell Scholars Award to Jack Jackson, and Presbyterian College awarded a Dean’s College Scholarship to Adam Jennings. —Sean Hoskins

CAMPUS CORNER CHARLESTON SOUTHERN The following local Charleston Southern University graduate students received a degree on May 3 in the North Charleston Coliseum. • From Sumter — Cale Renee Lynch, bachelor of science with a major in organizational management; William Tschorn, bachelor of arts with a major in music and worship leadership; Christi English, bachelor Of arts with a major in humanities and fine arts; Danisha Griffin, bachelor of science with a major in early childhood education; Sarah Williams, bachelor of arts with a major in graphic design; Arielle Burkett, bachelor of science with a major in athletic training; Benjamin Catoe, bachelor of science with a major in athletic training; Jamita Brown, bachelor of science with a major in psychology; Johnson Smith, master of education with a major in elementary admin/supervision.

LANDER UNIVERSITY Lander University conferred degrees upon 165 graduates at the university’s fall commencement ceremony in December. Local graduates were: • From Clarendon County — Darion Canty, Summerton, bachelor of science, business administration • From Sumter County — Kristopher Morgan, Pinewood, bachelor of science, business administration.


C6

|

PANORAMA

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

DANCE, FROM PAGE C1 soft beverages, all included in the price of admission. Mitchum said the group will play four 40-minute sets, with all but the first beginning with pieces by the band’s combo comprising Dick Booth on guitar, Jim Shealy on drums, Dar-

ren Polutta on bass and Kay Rasmussen on piano, with alto sax player Sean Hackett joining them on several numbers. “They’ve got a great new number they’ll play, as well,” he said. The crowd will also hear a few solos, including those by trumpet players Ray Francis and Emmett Anglin and trombonist Ray Graham, among oth-

THE SUMTER ITEM

ers. “The dance is on a Friday night,” Mitchum said, “so we hope people will come out and celebrate the end of the work week and the start of the weekend with us. Dress is casual, and it will be a fun, relaxing evening.” The SCCB Jazz Band presents its second annual Big Band dance from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, May 30 at the Sum-

ter Elks Lodge on West Liberty Street. Tickets are $25 per couple, $15 for individuals. Dressy casual attire is preferred. Call Mitchum at (803) 775-9265 for more information or tickets, get them from a band member, or just pay at the door. “We’re hoping for a big crowd,” Mitchum said. “It’s a lot of fun, whether you like to dance or not.”

YESTERYEAR, FROM PAGE C1 enable the speakers to be heard more distinctly. • An afternoon drive over the Stateburg hills, under the guidance of one who is steeped in the history and legends of that interesting community, will be an experience long to be remembered by anyone whose imagination can be stirred by stories of long ago. In this community General Sumter and his descendants made their home, and here also were the homes of Chancellor Waites, Judge Dobien James, John Mayrant, Gov. Miller and the summer residences of John, Edward and Hugh Rutledge, Gov. Alston and his wife, Theodosia Burr, Francis and Charles Kinloch, and many other notable figures in the period between the close of the Revolutionary War and the War Between the States.

50 YEARS AGO - 1964 Aug. 16–22 Dale Bullard scored a comeback victory over Jeffrey Ream yesterday in first-round men’s singles play in the City Tennis Tournament at Memorial Park. Bullard was within one point of defeat in the second set, but he hung on to win that one. Finding himself down two games in the third set, he won six straight to get the win, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4. • Seventy-five Item carrier boys are now competing in the fourth annual “Washington, D. C., Football Trip” contest which started Saturday at noon. “The contest will run for 30 days and should prove to be more interesting than ever before,” Harold Wright, Item Circulation Manager, said today, pointing out that Carl Whitt, last year’s contest winner, is now attending the University of Michigan. • Coach Sandy Hersey summarized the upcoming 1964 football team by stating “This football team is the greenest I’ve fielded in my five years here. We’ve only got 10 lettermen back, and we lost 17. Our best rising sophomore linebacker has moved away, and, we’ve only got two of last year’s starters back. Inexperience, then, a lack of depth will be the big problem, I think,” said Hershey. “We can put a pretty good first team on the field, but after that, I just don’t know — we’ve got so few tested, proven players.” • Winners of prizes awarded Monday night at the formal opening of the Bar-Lin Skate Club were announced today by Robert Lenoir. Kenny Scott won a skate case; Jackie Branson, a skate costume; and Marsha White, a pair of Chicago skates; and Charlie Wilson drew the lucky numbers. • The Beatles’ first movie, “A Hard Day’s Night,” opens Thursday at the Carolina Theatre here. The script of the shaggy foursome’s first filmed adventure revolves about the exploits of the troupe on a whirlwind trip to London and the comedy complications that beset them. • Marc Bellaire, nationally known artist and teacher of ceramic art, will teach classes at Ka Rhe Ceramics School here Aug.t 21 and 22, co-proprietors Mrs. Rheba Lynam and Mrs. Katie Danner announce. Bellaire is scheduled to give instruction in design and under glaze decoration, his specialty fields. • Sumter County will be well represented at the Democratic National Convention which begins Monday in Atlantic City, N.J. State Senator Henry B. Richardson, however, will not attend the convention. Queried this morning by the Item, Richardson said pressing business matters had caused him to notify state Democratic Chairman Yancey McLeod about three weeks ago that he would be unable to go. • Diplomas were presented to 15 graduates of the Sumter Area Technical Center during special exercises held in the

school assembly room on Tuesday evening. Comprising the first graduating class from the year-old institution, six of these students received diplomas in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, four in Auto Mechanics, two in Industrial Electricity and three in Machine Shop. The commencement address was presented by Dr. John H. Clark, Director, BerkeleyCharleston-Dorchester Technical Education Center. • Booty, a pet of the Ben Mitchell family, took off for parts unknown in July 1963. The 4-year old animal returned home Wednesday after 13 months of “homelessness.” • A new shopping center, Temple Square, holds its grand opening along the busy Broad Street thoroughfare. Developed by Alex Cunningham, who has operated a cabinet shop for many years in the location at Broad and Bultman Drive, Temple Square will include nine separate stores. For many Sumterites the site of Temple Square will bring back nostalgic memories. It was on this site that the old “Pig Inn,” Sumter’s first drive-in, was operated for many years by Clayton Lowder. • Buttons, buttons, everywhere, but not a one to spare. There’s none to spare because 56-year-old Ted Baker collects them. His unique hobby dates back 40 years. Some buttons in the 100,000-plus collection are 200 years old. He has metal, glass, earthen, bone, pearl and cloth-covered buttons. The truck farmer treasures the collection. This fact was proved when it was noted a button was missing on the shirt Mr. Baker was wearing when he was interviewed. • Ribbon Cutting was held on highway 441 near the back gate at Shaw opening a new Brown’s 5 and 10 store. Linwood Ward was the store manager, Travis M. Brown, president and owner: J.B. (Red) Baker, real estate leaser; Gerald J. Dix, executive vice-president of the Sumter Chamber of Commerce; also present were Travis M. Brown Jr., vice-president, and H. B. Mahoney, vicepresident. • The whole town buzzed today over a national beauty crown won last night by Pat Clyburn (Miss Bishopville) at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, N.J. She captured the title of Miss High School of America and it is understood a trip to the World’s Fair is part of the awards to be accorded the winner. The 18-year-old Bishopville beauty also won the title of Miss Congeniality in the contest.

25 YEARS AGO - 1989 April 19–25 Pete Dubay is currently in search of a two-headed monster, and he plans to tackle the beast without so much as a sword. But, Sumter High School’s athletic director doesn’t plan to head into battle entirely unarmed. He’ll take with him a list of priorities, and he’ll be backed up by his principal, superintendent and school board. Dubay is currently searching for a couple of coaches – girls basketball coach Donna Bisom and soccer coach Mike Weathersbee recently announced their resignations. A simple enough task, at first glance, but immensely more intricate when Dubay explains exactly how he goes about it. • Cost projections for a new hospital for Clarendon County will be out of date if county council waits much longer to make a decision to build, according to hospital board chairman Eddie Stuckey. Hospital officials last year assumed construction would begin this summer and the facility would be operational by January 1991. • Louise Lee of Sumter served as page for Sen. Strom Thurmond in his Washington office during the month of December. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Lee and is

ITEM FILE PHOTOS

1964 - Frankly skeptical of Policeman Willie “Red Man” Connor’s fast ball grip is Coach Cy Harrison of the fireman’s team. Harrison boasts that his team, winner of the annual game three years in a row, could whip the cops with their arms tied behind their backs. Police Coach Jack Scarborough says his team will spring “strategy” and “secret weapons” on the firefighters. a junior at Wilson Hall School. • A budget amendment adopted by the state Senate Friday would give the state’s three biggest universities funding for hazardous waste research, but it is a “smoke screen and delay tactic,” according to Sen. Phil Leventis and other opponents of the GSX landfill. The amendment would increase the fees on the burial of hazardous waste and divide the money between a statewide cleanup fund and a proposed international research foundation, which would include the universities, for waste reduction. • Sumter High track coach Rutledge Dingle isn’t about to predict who will win the 4A state meet Tuesday in Columbia, but he’s pretty sure that whoever does take the title will have to sweat it out right down to the final event. “In a state meet, you never know what might happen,” Dingle said during practice Thursday. “There are so many athletes who are so close to each other in ability. It depends who performs well that particular day and who doesn’t.” • They have the support of an alumni association nine classes strong, an orientation to a variety of issues and a diploma certifying their ability to brainstorm and cooperate with others. And now the four Sumterites who graduated Friday night with the 10th class of Leadership South Carolina are ready to put their new skills to practical use. Graduates were

Richard C. “Dickie” Jones, Lorin Palmer-Fielding, Dr Jeff Aiken and Dr. Lawrence Derthick. • Libby Singleton has gone solo with Miss Libby’s School of Dance at 1089-B Alice Drive. She will be offering classes in jazz, ballet, tap or a combination of the three this summer beginning July 10. Shag lessons, taught by Susan and Jean Hodges, will be held every Monday evening from 8 to 10 p.m. starting May 31. • Sam Hunter and Ruth McCoy are two people who refuse to spend their twilight years in the shade. The two Sumterites are image-breaking older Americans who once again prove you’re only as old as you feel. Hunter is a 65-yearold white, middle class male, and McCoy is a 70-year-old black female, who by her own admission is poor. And both are, as poet Dylan Thomas once suggested, loath to go gently into that good night. Hunter works during the day at his civil engineering job and spends the afternoons in the sweltering heat battering tennis balls. McCoy came out of retirement to take a part-time position at Kroger’s bagging groceries. Whereas he’s assuredly quiet, she’s vocal and outgoing. • Amid the pomp and circumstance of USC Sumter’s May 12 commencement exercises, two employees, Dr. Jordy Johnson, chairman of the Division of Business and Economics, and Flora Gadson, coordinator of

records and registration, were presented framed certificates in recognition of their distinguished service to the university. • Along with the new face in the director’s chair, the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club can expect new programs and services for Sumter County’s youth this year. Roger Penny is the new executive director of the Boys and Girls Club; he’s been in that spot for only six weeks, but already he has some ideas for the Sumter group. • A Korean industry that could employ as many as 100 people or more has committed to locating in Sumter, according to local officials. Ace Textile America Inc., a dyeing operation, is ready to begin construction on a plant in Sumter but is waiting for the final details of a deal with Sumter County and the City of Sumter to be finalized, according to Charles McCreight, chairman of the Sumter County Development Board. • Furman’s Glenda Hasty came up with her first state title ever as she won the 2A girls 100-meter dash at the State Track Meet at WeemsBaskin Track Monday. • The second run of Sumter Little Theatre’s production of “Ordinary People” – May 26-28 at the Workshop Theatre on Mood Avenue – should stir as much emotion and community interest as last weekend’s offering, said director Reid Beebe. He said he believes that people who attended any of the first four nights (May 18-21) of the Academy Award-winning drama appreciated not only the cast performance but the renovation and remodeling of the theatre that has taken place since last summer. • The Item walked away from the South Carolina Press Association’s Palmetto Advertising Conference this month with a first-place award for a Pappagallo fashion ad. The layout was designed by Item Marketing Consultant Ceil Fisher and staff. • The Veterans Memorial Park, which is expected to be constructed by May 28, 1990, will be named after Gen. George L. Mabry, Jr. Reach Item Archivist Sammy Way at waysammy@yahoo.com or (803) 774-1294.


SECTION

D

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014 Call: (803) 774-1226 | E-mail: pressrelease@theitem.com

Seeing things more clearly

JIM HILLEY / THE SUMTER ITEM

Dr. Howard Greene adjusts the settings of a biomicroscope during an eye exam recently. Greene will practice ophthalmology at the Eye Care Specialty Center of Sumter.

Eye Care Specialty Center offers wide range of services BY JIM HILLEY (803) 774-1211 jim@theitem.com Sumter area residents now have a new option for eye care services. The Eye Care Specialty Center of Sumter, 528 Broad St., Suite 101, recently opened and offers a broad range of specialists to diagnose, correct and treat vision problems. “We are bringing together three of the premier eye care practices in the state,” said Donna Cohen, marketing representative for Carolina Centers for Sight. “We are complete eye care in one stop, no matter what you need.” Dr. Howard N. Greene, an ophthalmologist who has been practicing in Florence, said he first started coming to Sumter in October 2013 to do cataract surgery in cooperation with the late Dr. Patrick Mardesich. “We are all very sad to see him pass,” Greene said. GREENE “Before he died, he asked that if anything were to happen to him or he was unable to continue, we take care of his patients. We talked to his wife, Naomi Mardesich, and we arranged to take over his charts and take

care of his patients.” Greene has teamed up with doctors from the Palmetto Retina Center and optometrists Troy Alexander and Stephen K. Flowers from Pee Dee Eye Associates to bring the Eye Care Specialty Center to Sumter. “We are dedicated to helping Dr. Mardesich’s patients and others in Sumter to be able to get the best possible care for cataracts, macular degeneration or diabetes,” he said. “The center can offer a multidisciplinary practice all in one location,” said Alexander. “We can solve a lot of problems all in one spot and treat glaucoma, cataracts, retina problems, and we offer primary care.” Dr. W. Lloyd Clark is one of four doctors from Palmetto Retina Center in Columbia who will be extending their practices into Sumter. He said he is excited about seeing patients in the area. “We (PRC) take care of anything at the back of the eye, people with retina problems and with complications from diabetes, which is prevalent in our area,” he said. Clark said the center will have doctors on site five days a week offering specialty and sub-specialty care. Retina practices are usually only found in the bigger cities such as Co-

The Eye Care Specialty Center of Sumter

WELLS

ALEXANDER

PAYNE

JOHNSON

FLOWERS

CLARK

lumbia, Greenville or Charlotte, Clark said. PRC is one of the largest practices in the state, he said, with offices in Columbia, Florence and Orangeburg. “We will be providing a service that patients need, in a place where they feel comfortable,” he said. Dr. Greene said that he and Dr. Clark, Dr. John F. Payne, Dr. David L. Johnson and Dr. John A. Wells III from PRC are all licensed medical doctors, while Alexander and Flowers have doctor of op-

tometry degrees. “Dr. Flowers has a special interest in pediatric care,” Greene said. “He does vision correction other than surgery.” Greene said Fowler has special training to prescribe eye-training treatments and exercises. “The time to do that is usually during childhood,” Greene said. “That is the time to intervene if they are going to have lazy eye or similar problems.” Greene said that while there are several specialty practices available to ophthalmologists, he has chosen to focus on general ophthalmology. “I am one of the people who has stayed with general ophthalmology,” he said. “I take care of most things that most people have, as opposed to some of the more unusual things. You might have to live in a large city such as Houston or Los Angeles to support that type of practice.” Greene said his practice will include LASIK, PRK, intraocular lens insertion, refractive lens exchange, cataract surgery, diabetic eye care and surgical care of pterygia, eyelids and glaucoma. Eye Care Specialty Center of Sumter will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call (803) 775-1772 or visit www.eyecarespecialtycenter.com.

Sumter native enters social media realm

FROM STAFF REPORTS

BY RAYTEVIA EVANS revans@theitem.com (803) 774-1214

Owners of Sumter Item buy Florida distribution company

Sumter native Louie Jones is throwing his hat in the ring when it comes to social media. The Sumter High School graduate, who now lives in Los Angeles, recently rolled out the beta version of his new website ShopMeet.TV, a business venture Jones said he hopes will grow into the new social TV network. Basically, ShopMeet.TV is a website that brings YouTube and Amazon together. With the slogan “Sell Yourself,” members can create their own channels where they can sell their own products or encourage viewers and subscribers to invest in products already on the market that can be found on Amazon. Jones’ entrepreneurial spirit was first ignited as a kid when would set up a table at the swap meet in Sumter and sell items. He said he often visited The Sumter Item to place ads for yard sales. Jones’ parents also owned a number of businesses while he was growing up, which also gave him an upclose experience with business relations. His father, Jimmy Jones, invested in his new business venture,

stating that he thinks it’s something different that wasn’t an option for the public before. “He has had some pretty good ideas in the past, so I spoke with him and one of the agents about this,” Jimmy Jones said. “I figure it was something people would be interested in because everyone is on the Internet these days. I feel like it’s something that will do well, and it’s something not being offered to the public.” Louie Jones said when he first moved to California after attending school in Atlanta, he was still inspired to be creative. Eventually, visiting QVC sparked an idea that started ShopMeet.TV. JONES “I was inspired by different things, and for this, my experience in Los Angeles inspired the idea,” Louie Jones said. “I started doodling and designing so I first designed furniture and eventually landed in commercials where I was a producer. After visiting QVC with a client, I just thought, ‘What if everyone could do this?’” With that in mind, he came up with the idea of ShopMeet.TV and has been working on it for about five years. The new site links two very

successful sites, where everyday people have become successful in selling themselves, their products and their belongings for which they no longer have use. He said ShopMeet.TV takes out the “sitting on the couch” factor and puts the users in a position to market themselves and grow their own audience to sell their product or products they support. “It’s basically the genesis of a truly social media and television community. It’s interactive social television,” he said. ShopMeet.TV — which is also reaching people in other countries — has more than 50 channels and has recently received a lot of recognition. Jones said he hopes ShopMeet.TV will become the new home-shopping source for a new generation. “We firmly believe we will be the first UGC Social Television Shopping Network providing a means for Youtube stars to cross over to other mass media,” he said. In the meantime, Louie Jones said they’re also working on a mobile app for ShopMeet.TV and moving forward with hopes of changing the way people shop from their homes and hopefully becoming the first UGC Social Television Shopping Network.

BUSINESS BRIEFS The owners of The Sumter Item completed acquisition earlier this month of Publication Distribution Services, a distribution company serving the greater Jacksonville, Florida, area. PDS distributes several newspapers, magazines and other print publications, including some papers already owned by OPC News LLC, which is owned by the three brothers of the Osteen family — Graham, Jack and Kyle. PDS has been in operation for 15 years, since it was started by husband and wife Ralph and Judy Nicewonger. Rob Conwell, the circulation manager of the Ponte Vedra Recorder and Clay (County) Today, will oversee operations of the company. “Since our papers are customers of the company, this will provide a lot of synergy for us, and it’s a good fit for the region,” said Larry Miller, CEO of Osteen Publishing Co.

Locals graduate from FMU Rural Leadership Institute Three locals are among the 14 people from seven counties who recently completed a Rural Leadership Institute offered by Francis Marion University. One, Chris Harvin, is from Clarendon County, and the other two, Jennifer Byrd and Tawanaka Tate, are from Lee County.


D2

|

STOCKS: THE WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Name

Wk Last Chg Chg

A-B-C ABB Ltd 23.85 +.23 ADT Corp 32.89 +.30 AES Corp 13.61 -.07 AFLAC 61.31 -.55 AGCO 54.05 +.11 AK Steel 6.44 +.13 AOL 37.12 +.54 AT&T Inc 35.32 -.06 Aarons 32.93 +.07 AbbottLab 39.60 -.05 AbbVie 53.95 +.32 AberFitc 37.16 -.04 Accenture 79.79 +.34 Actavis 213.77 +1.25 AMD 4.02 +.01 Aegon 8.63 +.06 AerCap 46.83 +.72 Aeroflex 10.53 +.02 %IVSTSWXP   Aetna 76.39 +.89 Agilent 56.18 +.64 Agnico g 32.09 -.26 AirLease 38.71 +.03 AlcatelLuc 3.87 +.09 Alcoa 13.52 +.29 AllegTch 40.99 +.45 Allergan 166.92 +3.02 AlliBInco 7.46 +.03 AlliantTch 125.74 +1.46 AllisonTrn 30.81 +.37 Allstate 58.38 +.03 AllyFin n 24.08 -.16 AlphaNRs 3.72 -.13 AlpAlerMLP 18.21 ... Altria 40.68 ... Ambev n 7.40 -.10 Ameren 38.64 -.09 AMovilL 19.90 -.31 AmAxle 18.51 +.48 AEagleOut 10.87 +.10 AEP 51.41 -.08 AmExp 88.78 +.63 AHm4Rnt n 17.65 +.11 AmIntlGrp 53.60 +.06 AmTower 88.41 -.05 AmeriBrgn 71.64 +.29 Anadarko 101.35 -.23 AnglogldA 16.87 -.15 ABInBev 110.05 -.45 Annaly 11.76 +.06 AnteroRs n 60.57 -.42 Aon plc 88.43 +.41 Apache 90.18 -.16 AptInv 31.24 +.19 ApolloGM 24.71 +.10 ArcelorMit 15.33 +.11 Arcelor 16 23.35 +.04 ArchCoal 3.70 -.09 ArchDan 43.56 -.09 ArmourRsd 4.28 +.03 ArmstrWld 55.11 -.09 AssuredG 24.86 +.06 AstraZen 72.28 +.12 AthlonEn n 42.49 -.71 AtlasRes 19.80 -.08 AuRico g 3.71 +.05 AutoNatn 56.38 +.04 AveryD 48.20 -.04 Avon 14.14 +.31 Axiall 44.30 +.08 BB&T Cp 37.73 +.29 BHP BillLt 69.95 +.17 BP PLC 51.10 -.11 BRF SA 22.45 -.38 BabckWil 32.24 +.31 BakrHu 69.99 +.29 BallCorp 60.22 +.29 BcBilVArg 12.56 +.06 BcoBrad pf 14.77 -.21 BcoSantSA 10.04 +.04 BcoSBrasil 6.68 -.02 BkofAm 14.72 +.01 BkNYMel 34.59 +.02 Barclay 16.59 +.14 B iPVix rs 34.95 -.29 BarrickG 16.52 -.07 Baxter 74.57 +.03 BeazerHm 19.48 +.40 BerkH B 126.80 -.18 BestBuy 27.01 +.79 BBarrett 24.45 -.47 BioMedR 21.30 +.07 BitautoH 41.47 +.48 Blackstone 31.18 -.08 BlockHR 29.38 +.13

+.27 +.83 -.61 +.22 -.03 -.25 +.31 -1.42 +.54 +.54 +1.02 -.84 +.26 +6.27 ... +.34 +1.33 +2.27  +2.03 +1.15 -.30 +.34 +.05 +.07 -.02 +6.97 +.04 -9.73 +1.44 +.64 -.13 -.45 +.10 -.01 ... -.58 -.53 +.75 -.94 -1.29 +1.28 +.37 +1.10 -.45 +3.33 +2.28 -.02 -.80 +.07 -1.60 +1.79 +1.40 -.06 +.43 -.62 -.71 -.38 -.26 +.06 +2.85 +.78 -8.00 +2.42 +.12 -.01 +1.63 +1.04 +.27 +.40 +.90 -.85 -.20 -1.11 +.38 +1.17 +.38 +.35 -1.09 +.01 -.08 +.21 +.56 +.23 -1.60 -.10 -.07 +.83 -.06 +1.52 -.89 -.05 +3.47 +1.98 +1.20

BdwlkPpl 17.64 -.41 Boeing 132.41 +.57 BonanzaCE 53.02 +.90 BoozAllnH 23.97 +.55 BorgWrn s 62.17 +1.11 BostonSci 12.83 +.15 BoydGm 10.59 ... Brandyw 15.24 +.20 BrMySq 48.79 -.01 Brookdale 33.10 +1.19 BrkfldAs g 44.51 +.28 BrkfldPrp 20.32 +.07 BrwnBrn 30.07 +.38 Brunswick 43.24 +.92 Buenavent 10.77 ... BungeLt 75.73 +.23 CBL Asc 18.82 +.06 CBRE Grp 29.15 +.13 CBS B 60.75 +1.46 CIT Grp 44.53 -.24 CMS Eng 29.30 +.08 CNO Fincl 16.08 -.07 CSX 29.43 +.14 CVS Care 77.12 -.09 CYS Invest 9.04 +.11 Cabelas 61.25 -.28 CblvsnNY 17.45 +.27 CabotOG s 35.77 -.30 CallGolf 7.98 +.27 Calpine 22.42 +.10 Cameco g 19.08 -.07 Cameron 63.25 -.31 CampSp 44.06 -.19 CdnNRs gs 41.10 +.34 CapOne 77.19 +.54 CardnlHlth 68.54 +.76 CareFusion 42.25 +.27 CarMax 44.70 +.17 Carnival 40.02 +.30 Castlight n 17.23 -.60 Caterpillar 104.03 +.95 Celanese 61.18 +.45 Cemex 12.85 +.23 Cemig pf s 7.66 +.16 CenovusE 29.27 +.01 CenterPnt 23.87 -.16 CntryLink 37.28 +.13 ChambStPr 7.73 +.09 Chemtura 24.79 -.04 ChesEng 27.68 -.27 Chevron 123.37 -.26 ChicB&I 79.29 +.72 Chicos 15.46 -.15 Chimera 3.11 +.01 ChiMYWnd 3.10 +.02 ChinaMble 48.96 -.47 Chubb 91.81 -.44 CienaCorp 20.15 -.07 Cigna 89.24 +.47 Citigroup 47.29 +.15 Civeo wi 21.96 ... CliffsNRs 16.34 -.18 CloudPeak 18.18 +.06 Coach 41.53 +.19 CobaltIEn 17.95 +.19 CocaCola 40.58 ... CocaCE 45.85 +.03 Coeur 7.58 -.23 ColgPalm 66.73 +.12 Comerica 46.81 +.09 CmwREIT 26.15 +.44 CmtyHlt 42.70 +1.65 ComstkRs 24.66 -.55 ConAgra 31.61 +.02 ConchoRes130.75 -1.50 ConocoPhil 78.43 -.03 ConsolEngy 44.43 +.22 ConEd 54.13 -.04 ConstellA 82.51 -.32 ContlRes 137.36 -.23 Corning 21.33 +.11 CousPrp 11.94 +.14 CovantaH 18.66 -.12 Covidien 71.19 +.17 CSVInvNG 3.36 -.08 CredSuiss 29.67 +.41 CrwnCstle 76.00 -.39 CrownHold 48.49 +.07 CubeSmart 18.05 +.28 Cummins 150.05 +1.56

+1.93 +1.60 +7.01 -.70 +2.45 +.03 -.10 -.09 +.01 +1.86 +.28 +.30 +.49 +2.08 -.07 -.96 -.07 +.17 +3.72 +1.83 +.03 +.17 +.32 +.55 +.13 -2.75 +.45 -.74 -.43 +.16 -.67 -.37 -1.06 +1.26 +1.42 +2.79 -.51 +.18 +2.03 +1.63 -2.00 +1.72 +.29 +.37 +.34 -.01 -.90 ... +.30 +.04 +.19 +2.54 -.69 +.04 +.53 +.35 -.90 +1.20 +1.75 +.85 ... -.37 -1.00 -.46 +.73 -.31 -.80 -.36 -.19 +.81 +.99 +5.47 -1.20 +.17 +.65 +1.06 +.40 -1.05 -.44 +4.31 +.38 +.14 -.10 -.40 -.01 +.30 -.80 -.02 +.20 +.96

D-E-F DCT Indl DDR Corp DR Horton DSW Inc s DanaHldg Danaher Darden DarlingIng

7.75 17.17 23.57 32.93 21.91 78.42 49.55 19.43

+.10 +.17 +.92 -.46 +.41 +.39 +.04 -.16

+.05 -.17 +1.38 -1.77 +.96 +3.10 +1.06 -.31

DeVryEd 42.06 +.06 DeanFds rs 16.75 -.15 Deere 89.98 -.01 Delek 29.64 -.20 DelphiAuto 70.00 +2.13 DeltaAir 39.16 +.53 DemndMda 4.35 +.10 (IQERH[  DenburyR 16.71 -.16 DeutschBk 40.75 +.22 DevonE 72.65 -.06 DiaOffs 50.42 -1.06 DiamRk 12.22 +.21 DicksSptg 43.08 -.17 DigitalRlt 57.36 -.10 DirSPBr rs 28.78 -.35 DxGldBll rs 32.64 -.46 DrxFnBear 19.74 -.20 DrxSCBear 16.89 -.57 DirGMnBull 16.84 -.44 DrxEMBull 30.12 -.09 DrxFnBull 90.69 +.93 DirDGdBr s 25.72 +.29 DrxSCBull 68.32 +2.12 DrxSPBull 69.18 +.87 Discover 57.28 +.23 Disney 83.32 +.97 DollarGen 55.74 +.32 DomRescs 69.32 -.50 Donaldson 40.61 +.53 DowChm 50.68 +.90 DrPepSnap 56.99 -.21 DuPont 68.10 +.59 DukeEngy 70.28 -.27 DukeRlty 17.48 +.16 E-CDang 9.79 +.06 E-House 10.25 +.41 EMC Cp 26.60 +.16 EOG Res s 103.97 +.29 EQT Corp 102.19 -.80 EastChem 86.30 +1.22 Eaton 73.72 +.42 EatnVan 37.24 -.09 EVTxMGlo 10.26 +.03 EdisonInt 54.02 -.34 EdwLfSci 80.77 -.63 EldorGld g 5.92 -.05 Embraer 34.95 +.55 EmersonEl 66.50 +.37 Emulex 5.24 +.04 EnbrdgEPt 31.24 +.54 EnCana g 22.95 -.10 EndvrIntl 2.07 -.01 EngyTEq s 51.43 +.64 EngyTsfr 55.83 -.46 ENSCO 51.35 -.17 Entergy 74.06 +.02 EntPrPt 74.12 -.10 EqtyRsd 60.98 +.34 EsteeLdr 74.90 -.01 Evertec 23.40 +.05 ExcoRes 5.09 -.05 Exelis 16.74 +.33 Exelon 34.15 -.05 Express 13.81 ... ExterranH 41.62 +.06 ExxonMbl 101.32 -.18 FMC Corp 75.74 -.04 FMC Tech 56.71 +.62 FS Invest n 10.35 -.01 FamilyDlr 56.65 -.03 FedExCp 141.50 +2.17 FibriaCelu 9.44 -.17 FidlNFin 33.00 -.12 FidNatInfo 53.38 +.25 58.com n 37.25 -1.04 FstBcpPR 5.03 +.07 FstHorizon 11.36 ... FirstEngy 31.48 -.07 FlowrsFd s 20.94 +.36 Fluor 74.11 +.30 FootLockr 48.92 +.75 FordM 16.02 +.11 ForestLab 95.57 +.46 ForestOil 2.21 +.01 Fortress 7.06 -.04 FBHmSec 40.38 +.49 FrankRes s 55.00 +.20 FMCG 34.43 +.13 Freescale 22.10 +.68 Fusion-io 8.32 -.09

-1.58 +1.27 -1.29 -.63 +3.98 +1.30 +.52  +.06 -.40 +1.98 +.58 +.24 -8.49 -1.97 -1.07 -.46 -.76 -1.22 -.18 +.46 +3.19 +.24 +4.16 +2.42 +.86 +2.93 +.11 -1.01 -1.68 +1.70 -.22 +1.08 -1.07 -.02 +.69 +2.08 +.35 +1.47 -.37 +2.12 +1.51 +1.53 +.02 -1.26 -5.26 +.11 +1.23 -.05 +.23 +.97 +.27 +.02 +.35 -.32 +1.31 -.46 +.89 -.87 +1.74 +.84 -.27 +.01 -.22 -.82 -.02 +.58 +3.31 +1.30 +.17 -.81 +3.27 -.53 -.54 -.02 -.91 -.14 +.18 -.76 -.47 +.89 -.08 +.26 +2.29 +.02 +.29 +2.04 +.67 -.56 +.85 +.23

G-H-I GNC Gafisa SA Gallaghr GameStop Gannett Gap GasLog

36.39 -.07 3.14 -.03 45.95 +.06 38.43 +1.55 28.03 +.30 41.14 +.28 23.91 -.40

-1.47 +.01 +.62 +2.21 +.62 -.30 -.17

GenCorp 18.86 +.26 GenDynam 115.49 +.51 GenElec 26.51 ... GenGrPrp 23.51 +.07 GenMills 53.81 +.07 GenMotors 33.63 +.21 Genworth 17.28 +.05 GeoGrp 34.08 +.72 Gerdau 6.09 -.09 GiantInter 11.79 +.01 GlaxoSKln 54.84 -.31 GlimchRt 10.86 +.16 GolLinhas 6.07 +.09 GoldFLtd 3.91 +.01 Goldcrp g 24.47 -.18 GoldmanS 160.16 +.31 GoldS pfK 25.66 -.01 GoodrPet 25.34 -.25 GrafTech 10.44 +.22 GramrcyP 5.55 +.03 GraphPkg 10.54 +.09 GreenbCos 55.50 +1.50 GpFnSnMx 13.88 -.23 GpTelevisa 33.28 -.21 Guidewire 38.57 +.25 HCA Hldg 53.44 +1.11 HCP Inc 42.11 +.43 HDFC Bk 45.65 -1.15 HSBC 51.91 -.06 HalconRes 5.57 -.10 Hallibrtn 64.01 +.60 HarleyD 70.71 -.93 HarmonyG 3.00 ... HartfdFn 34.74 +.13 HltCrREIT 64.51 +.87 HlthcreTr 12.03 +.23 HealthNet 39.97 +.61 HeclaM 2.88 -.03 HelixEn 23.00 +.01 Herbalife 63.95 +.75 Hersha 6.38 -.04 Hershey 97.04 -.33 Hertz 29.22 +.25 Hess 89.86 -.43 ,I[PIXX4  Hexcel 39.97 +.50 Hillshire 37.02 +.79 Hilton n 22.05 +.06 HollyFront 48.80 -.26 HomeDp 79.18 +.40 HonwllIntl 91.97 +.52 Hormel 46.66 +.35 Hornbeck 44.38 +.13 HostHotls 21.72 +.21 HovnanE 4.72 +.14 Humana 124.49 +1.18 Huntsmn 26.88 +.68 Hyperdy rs 2.82 -.06 IAMGld g 3.29 ... ICICI Bk 51.46 -.70 ING 13.72 +.08 ION Geoph 4.12 +.07 iShGold 12.53 -.01 iSAstla 26.45 +.10 iShBrazil 47.83 -.39 iShEMU 42.74 +.17 iShGerm 31.56 +.08 iSh HK 21.05 +.09 iShItaly 16.94 +.30 iShJapan 11.39 +.11 iSh SKor 65.07 -.19 iSMalasia 16.12 -.07 iShMexico 66.91 -.03 iSTaiwn 15.03 +.02 iSh UK 21.71 -.08 iShSilver 18.66 -.07 iShChinaLC 36.34 -.01 iSCorSP500191.55 +.81 iShCorTBd 109.23 +.11 iShEMkts 43.14 -.08 iShiBoxIG 118.93 +.13 iSSP500Val 88.08 +.24 iSh20 yrT 112.70 +.60 iSh7-10yTB103.59 +.21 iS Eafe 68.72 +.18 iShiBxHYB 94.74 +.03 iSR1KVal 97.74 +.30 iSR1KGr 88.10 +.48 iSR2KVal 98.05 +.98 iSR2KGr 129.59 +1.58 iShR2K 111.97 +1.21 iShUSPfd 39.55 -.01 iShREst 71.09 +.53 iShHmCnst 24.03 +.50 iShEurope 49.53 -.02 -88)H  ITW 86.40 +.54 Infosys 52.65 +.04 IngerRd 58.35 +1.20 IngrmM 27.13 +.41

+.97 +1.93 -.16 -.09 ... -.37 -.36 +.47 -.33 +.01 -.59 +.28 -.09 +.01 -.12 +3.73 +.11 +.55 +.02 +.16 +.03 +4.50 +.27 -.32 +2.68 +2.19 -.56 -.53 -.80 -.22 +1.16 -1.30 -.14 +.45 -.73 -.29 +.68 -.15 +.21 +2.25 +.30 +.91 +.82 +2.46  -.16 +.40 +.18 -.84 +1.82 +1.22 -2.30 +.88 +.01 +.19 +5.49 +1.68 -.26 ... +.45 +.60 +.21 -.01 -.28 -1.45 +.32 +.24 +.24 +.13 +.24 +.05 -.03 +.20 +.17 -.15 +.05 +.37 +2.31 +.03 +.20 -.24 +.62 -.84 +.11 +.23 +.11 +.91 +1.33 +1.65 +3.46 +2.40 -.10 -.29 +.79 ...  +.77 -.55 +.75 +.87

How To Read The Market in Review The list includes the most active stocks in each exchange, as well as stocks of local interest. Stock Footnotes: cc – PE greater than 99. cld - Issue has been called for redemption by company. d - New 52-week low. dd – Loss in last 12 mos. ec - Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g - Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h - temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification. n - Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf - Preferred stock issue. pr - Preferences. pp - Holder owes installments of purchase price. q – Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt - Right to buy security at a specified price. s - Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi - Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd - When distributed. wt - Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u - New 52-week high. un - Unit,, including more than one security. vj - Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Mutual Fund Footnotes: e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s quote. n - No-load fund. p – Fund assets used to pay distribution costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p and r. x – Ex-cash dividend. Source: The Associated Press and Morningstar. Sales figures are unofficial. IBM 185.94 IntlGame 12.66 IntPap 46.77 Interpublic 18.56 InvenSense 19.12 Invesco 35.67 InvMtgCap 17.60 IronMtn 30.07 iShCorEM 51.56 ItauUnibH 16.02

+.26 +.22 +.19 +.01 +.38 +.25 +.16 +.25 +.01 -.30

-1.12 +.25 +.55 +.76 +1.68 +.98 +.66 +.06 +.31 -.93

JPMorgCh 54.53 -.02 Jabil 18.50 +.39 JacobsEng 53.35 +.18 JanusCap 11.60 +.16 Jarden 57.39 +.61 JinkoSolar 25.86 +.95 JohnJn 100.98 +.02 JohnsnCtl 48.24 +.46 JoyGlbl 58.36 +.50 Jumei n 22.80 +.26 JnprNtwk 24.78 +.08 JustEngy g 5.87 +.04 KB Home 16.62 +.40 KBR Inc 23.30 +.15 KKR 23.04 -.34 KC Southn 107.46 +1.37 KapStone s 29.01 +.27 KateSpade 36.98 +.17 Kellogg 67.56 -.09 KeyEngy 8.11 -.04 Keycorp 13.37 +.08 KimbClk 110.73 +.60 Kimco 22.71 +.18 KindME 75.88 -.45 KindMorg 33.68 -.09 KindrM wt 2.36 +.06 Kinross g 3.96 -.02 KodiakO g 12.47 -.04 Kohls 52.83 -.05 KosmosEn 10.37 -.03 Kroger 46.85 +.54 L Brands 57.32 +.63 L-3 Com 117.74 +1.55 LaredoPet 26.99 -.06 LVSands 74.90 +.12 LennarA 40.54 +1.55 LeucNatl 25.41 +.17 Level3 43.77 -.51

+1.22 +.74 +.07 +.36 +1.37 +2.87 +1.10 +3.46 -.81 -1.38 +.37 -.15 +.69 +.30 +.62 +3.94 +1.74 -.29 +.02 +.03 +.33 -.33 -.22 -.27 +.23 +.22 +.03 +.22 -.43 -.11 -.14 -.68 +2.87 -.02 +1.74 +2.01 +.31 +.02

J-K-L

LexRltyTr 11.13 +.14 LifeTFit 54.89 -1.35 LifeLock 11.34 +.05 LillyEli 59.80 +.08 LincNat 48.29 -.18 LinkedIn 155.91 +.05 0MSRW+XK  LiveNatn 24.25 +.13 LloydBkg 5.16 +.04 LockhdM 162.64 +.82 Loews 43.16 +.22 Lorillard 60.20 +.69 LaPac 14.67 +.25 Lowes 47.06 +.17 LumberLiq 81.05 +.54 LyonBas A 98.78 +1.08

-.11 +5.66 -1.64 +1.46 +1.04 +8.89  +1.95 +.15 +.54 +.61 +2.59 +.42 +1.70 -1.91 +2.64

M-N-0 MBIA 11.87 -.10 MFA Fncl 8.18 +.08 MGIC Inv 8.39 +.03 MGM Rsts 25.07 +.29 MRC Glbl 28.66 -.06 MackCali 21.74 +.28 Macys 58.05 +.44 MagHRes 7.16 -.09 Mallinck n 79.18 +.50 Manitowoc 27.62 +.56 Manulife g 18.44 +.06 MarathnO 36.28 +.10 MarathPet 87.14 +.23 MVJrGld rs 34.91 -.38 MktVGold 23.31 -.08 MV OilSvc 52.15 ... MV Semi 45.50 +.35 MktVRus 25.72 +.32 MarkWest 62.09 +.10 MarshM 49.67 ... Masco 21.28 +.36 MasterCd s 76.45 +.70 1EXEHSV6W  McDrmInt 7.07 -.10 McDnlds 102.00 -.45 McGrwH 79.58 +.24 McKesson 183.75 +.16 McEwenM 2.17 +.03 MeadWvco 40.18 +.17 MedProp 13.42 +.20 Medtrnic 59.93 +.15 Merck 56.81 +.32

+.07 +.07 +.12 +1.17 +.27 +1.25 -.02 -.08 +.32 -.15 +.13 +.62 -1.49 -.21 -.11 +.92 +.94 +1.32 -.49 +.70 +.44 +2.70  +.06 -1.14 +1.90 +5.54 -.04 +.59 -.24 -.46 +.94

Meritor 13.94 +.22 MetLife 50.76 +.18 MKors 96.40 +2.74 MillenMda 3.96 +.01 MitsuUFJ 5.62 +.11 MobileTele 18.48 +.41 MolinaHlth 41.63 -.08 MolsCoorB 64.40 -.15 Molycorp 2.85 +.04 MonRE 9.26 +.12 Monsanto 119.92 +.62 MonstrWw 5.74 +.14 Moodys 82.50 +.61 MorgStan 30.49 +.10 Mosaic 49.53 +.05 MotrlaSolu 67.00 +.37 MuellerWat 8.62 +.10 MurphO 60.78 -.37 NCR Corp 32.46 +.45 NQ Mobile 7.63 +.29 NRG Egy 33.72 +.07 Nabors 26.07 +.07 NBGrce rs 3.22 +.10 NOilVarco 81.90 -.50 NatRetPrp 34.39 +.07 Navistar 33.43 ... NetSuite 80.05 +.97 NeuStar 28.93 +.16 NewResid 6.20 -.01 NY CmtyB 15.35 +.07 NY REIT n 10.54 -.04 NY Times 14.93 +.23 Newcastle 4.74 +.05 NewellRub 29.53 +.40 NewfldExp 35.44 -.16 NewmtM 23.40 +.04 NextEraEn 96.46 -.18 NiSource 37.40 +.21 NielsenNV 47.58 -.20 NikeB 75.85 +.97 2MQFPI7XR  NobleCorp 30.51 -.05 NobleEn s 70.00 -.19 NokiaCp 7.84 +.04 NordicAm 8.35 +.07 Nordstrm 67.85 +.32 NorflkSo 99.20 +.16 NoestUt 45.23 -.26 NorthropG 120.02 +1.52 NStarRlt 15.77 +.04

+.30 +1.32 +3.55 +.12 +.08 +1.03 -.05 -.51 -.07 +.03 +3.88 +.03 +1.13 +.35 +.22 +.70 +.02 +.65 +.20 -.41 -.06 +1.09 +.19 +.27 -1.05 +.37 +6.31 +2.19 -.09 +.53 -.05 -.05 +.08 +.24 +1.47 -.59 -.14 +.92 +.92 +1.91  +.48 +.27 +.60 +.05 -2.70 +1.86 -.75 +1.14 +.04

Novartis 90.21 +.23 NOW wi 32.00 +.75 NuSkin 75.11 +3.14 Nucor 51.47 +.53 OGE Egy s 35.87 -.13 OasisPet 49.44 -.30 OcciPet 96.97 -.26 Och-Ziff 12.74 +.09 OcwenFn 33.95 +.73 OfficeDpt 5.04 ... Oi SA C .92 +.01 Oi SA .87 +.02 OilStates 105.19 +.16 OldRepub 16.99 +.04 Olin 26.63 +.05 Omncre 63.50 +.46 Omnicom 69.72 +.46 OpkoHlth 8.74 +.17 Oracle 42.15 +.63 Orbitz 7.24 +.32 OwensCorn 41.79 +.58

+.33 ... +.33 -.67 +.23 +1.66 +1.28 -.20 +.85 -.25 +.04 +.04 +7.66 +.45 -.52 +1.22 +2.44 +.57 +.46 -.26 +1.21

P-Q-R PBF Engy 29.42 -.33 PG&E Cp 44.72 +.11 PHH Corp 24.20 -.99 PNC 84.51 +.42 PPL Corp 33.38 -.19 PaloAltNet 66.99 +.35 Pandora 25.54 +.49 ParkDrl 6.31 +.11 ParsleyE n 22.20 ... PeabdyE 17.22 -.28 Pengrth g 6.37 +.04 PennVa 15.54 -.22 PennWst g 9.22 +.03 Penney 9.01 +.13 Pentair 74.72 +.62 PepcoHold 27.70 -.04 PepsiCo 85.83 +.25 PerkElm 44.14 +.07 Perrigo 138.63 +1.80 PetrbrsA 15.96 +.09 Petrobras 14.91 ... Pfizer 29.49 -.17 PhilipMor 86.57 +.28 Phillips66 82.03 -.35 PhysRltT n 12.99 +.15 PiedmOfc 18.62 +.11 Pier 1 17.92 +.17

-.61 +1.08 +2.63 +1.73 -.76 +5.67 +2.11 +.33 ... -1.48 +.07 +1.39 +.12 -.72 +1.36 +.10 -.71 +.76 +5.83 -.36 -.37 +.37 +.80 +.17 +.04 -.24 +.18

PinnaclFds 33.27 -.90 PinWst 54.82 -.12 PioNtrl 202.31 -.50 PitnyBw 27.08 +.51 PlainsAAP 56.34 -.90 PlumCrk 43.65 +1.17 PortGE 32.75 -.08 PostHldg 49.30 +.25 Potash 36.32 +.02 PwshDB 26.43 +.06 PS SrLoan 24.79 +.01 PSIndia 21.60 +.33 4S[IV7IG   PrecCastpt 249.02 +2.47 PrecDrill 12.68 +.08 PrinFncl 46.46 +.05 ProLogis 41.02 +.52 ProShtS&P 24.18 -.09 ProUltQQQ 103.90 +1.54 ProUltSP 108.71 +.88 Pro7-10yrT 53.80 +.17 ProShtR2K 17.06 -.20 ProUltR2K 79.28 +1.69 PUltSP500 s104.43+1.21 PUVixST rs 40.59 -.51 PrUShCrde 25.83 -.25 ProctGam 80.52 -.13 ProgsvCp 25.10 -.06 ProUShSP 27.19 -.23 PUShQQQ rs54.98 -.81 ProUShL20 62.34 -.59 PUSR2K rs 48.70 -1.11 PUShSPX rs52.59 -.69 Prudentl 81.72 +.26 PSEG 37.40 -.22 PulteGrp 19.70 +.48 QEP Res 30.57 -.04 Qihoo360 89.08 +1.03 QuantaSvc 33.20 +.20 QntmDSS 1.12 +.02 QstDiag 57.44 +.10 QksilvRes 2.31 -.09 Quiksilvr 6.22 +.03 RLJ LodgT 27.91 +.67 RPC 21.75 -.27 Rackspace 35.41 +.44 RadianGrp 14.24 +.13 RadioShk 1.21 +.05 RLauren 152.72 +.82 RangeRs 88.68 -.23 Raytheon 97.03 +.85 Realogy 36.61 +.41 RltyInco 42.93 +.04 RedHat 50.69 +.23 RegalEnt 19.52 -.02 RegncyEn 27.86 +.01 RegionsFn 10.07 -.02 ReneSola 2.73 -.07 Renren 3.41 +.13 RepubSvc 34.91 +.05 ResMed 50.04 -.89 ResrceCap 5.75 +.05 RetailProp 14.82 +.11 ReynAmer 58.45 -.08 RioTinto 54.62 +.32 RiteAid 8.12 +.36 Rowan 30.10 -.10 RylCarb 54.21 +.35 RoyDShllB 82.26 -.72 RoyDShllA 79.09 -.47 6YGOYW;   Ryland 37.75 +.78

-1.01 -.36 -.21 +1.08 -.84 +.38 -.29 +2.34 -.63 +.16 +.02 +.83  +8.81 +.37 +.96 -.43 -.29 +4.93 +2.53 +.09 -.39 +3.28 +3.64 -3.91 -1.40 +.19 -.26 -.69 -2.82 +.92 -2.24 -1.98 +2.65 -.40 +.86 +.08 +9.35 +.39 -.05 -.46 -.26 +.14 +.54 +.26 -.71 +.10 -.01 +2.95 +.18 +1.64 +.39 -.95 +.67 +.30 -.01 +.19 +.39 +.12 +.11 -.53 +.34 +.05 +1.12 -.56 +.54 -.02 +2.31 -4.32 +.15  +.31

S-T-U SCANA 51.22 -.15 SK Tlcm 24.77 +.01 SM Energy 76.39 -1.07 SpdrDJIA 165.83 +.65 SpdrGold 124.51 -.16 SpdrEuro50 43.54 +.22 SP Mid 249.39 +1.66 S&P500ETF190.35 +.76 SpdrHome 31.78 +.50 SpdrS&PBk 31.76 +.13 SpdrLehHY 41.44 +.05 SpdrS&P RB38.14 +.18 SpdrRetl 83.23 +.36 SpdrOGEx 74.77 -.61 SpdrMetM 40.13 +.14 SABESP 10.09 -.07 Safeway 34.24 -.06 7X.SI  StJude 64.18 +.61 Salesforce 53.41 +.14 SallyBty 25.24 +.26 SanchezEn 31.37 -.04 SandRdge 6.55 -.10 Schlmbrg 101.39 -.21 Schwab 25.65 +.05 ScorpioTk 8.94 +.04

-.41 +.44 +1.78 +1.22 +.01 +.26 +3.15 +2.30 +.91 +.73 +.01 +.84 -.34 +.56 -.65 +.04 -.21  +.90 +1.61 -.78 +3.70 -.07 +1.80 +.65 +.14

SeadrillLtd 36.37 -.33 SealAir 32.79 +.29 SeaWorld 31.18 +.14 SelMedHld 14.55 +.53 SempraEn 99.14 +.64 SenHous 23.68 +.33 SensataT 42.80 +.33 ServiceCp 19.76 +.35 ServcNow 52.53 +2.09 SiderurNac 3.94 -.01 SignetJwlrs 104.30 -.35 SilvWhtn g 21.30 -.26 SimonProp 175.26 +1.24 SixFlags s 40.44 -.01 Skechers 42.45 +.35 SonyCp 16.11 -.07 Sothebys 39.47 +.21 7SY*YRW   SouthnCo 43.08 -.11 SthnCopper 30.43 +.24 SwstAirl 25.79 +.52 SwstnEngy 44.33 -.21 Spansion 18.10 +.02 SpectraEn 40.89 +.34 SpiritRC n 11.29 +.23 Sprint n 9.24 +.18 SP Matls 48.58 +.41 SP HlthC 59.01 +.03 SP CnSt 44.28 +.07 SP Consum 65.08 +.51 SP Engy 94.15 -.19 SPDR Fncl 22.04 +.07 SP Inds 53.55 +.34 SP Tech 37.34 +.31 SP Util 41.76 -.10 StdPac 8.10 +.20 StanBlkDk 87.25 +1.12 StarwdHtl 78.73 +.30 StarwdPT 24.28 -.01 StateStr 64.49 -.20 Statoil ASA 30.28 +.03 StillwtrM 17.46 -.19 StoneEngy 42.59 -.27 StratHotels 10.94 +.28 Stryker 80.27 -.32 SumitMitsu 7.90 +.15 Suncor gs 38.97 -.01 SunEdison 19.52 +.49 SunstnHtl 14.27 +.24 SunTrst 38.32 +.21 SupEnrgy 32.99 -.03 Supvalu 7.50 +.04 SwftEng 10.93 -.44 SwiftTrans 23.48 +.31 Synovus rs 22.65 -.07 Sysco 36.59 +.11 T-MobileUS 33.96 +.51 TAL Educ 22.99 +.07 TD Ameritr 30.13 -.07 TE Connect 58.13 +.82 TECO 17.06 -.06 TIM Part 26.90 -.02 TJX 55.15 -.32 TableauA 60.60 +1.97 TaiwSemi 20.66 +.02 TalismE g 10.26 -.07 Target 55.69 -.30 TataMotors 40.70 +1.37 TeckRes g 23.31 +.44 TelefBrasil 20.26 -.37 TelefEsp 16.45 ... Tenaris 43.86 +.75 TenetHlth 47.90 +.60 Teradata 41.18 +.16 Teradyn 17.94 -.07 Terex 39.39 +.37 Tesoro 54.25 -.17 TevaPhrm 51.77 +1.11 Textron 38.78 +.70 ThermoFis 115.74 -.19 ThomCrk g 2.87 +.12 3D Sys 54.40 -.62 3M Co 141.14 +.83 Tiffany 96.59 +.04 TW Cable 141.28 +.75 TimeWarn 70.68 +.71 TollBros 35.50 +.56 Total SA 71.31 +.26 TotalSys 30.73 +.11 Transocn 42.55 -.06 Travelers 92.86 -.15 TriPointe 15.01 -.48 TrinaSolar 12.87 +.04 Trinity 85.04 +1.64 Tronox 26.59 +.25 Trulia 38.67 +1.33 Tsakos 7.48 +.14 TurqHillRs 3.85 -.01 Twitter n 30.50 -1.02 TwoHrbInv 10.50 +.09

+1.07 +.14 +1.13 +.56 +.94 -.27 -.42 +.87 +5.14 -.32 +5.34 -.07 -.87 +.81 +1.51 -.27 +.47  -.43 +.38 +1.18 -.59 +.28 +1.23 -.10 +.23 +.68 +.86 ... +1.33 +.75 +.29 +.46 +.66 -.38 +.26 +1.55 +1.74 ... +1.30 +.13 +1.17 +1.35 +.24 +.17 +.05 +.17 +1.92 +.06 +1.11 +.68 ... +.18 +1.42 +.81 +.03 +.87 +1.46 +.44 +.98 -.17 -.06 -3.41 +5.99 -.11 -.26 -2.52 +.02 +.63 -.97 -.17 +1.36 +2.74 +.56 +.13 -.17 -.88 +1.96 -.44 -2.11 -.03 +6.03 +.87 +6.11 +4.60 +2.11 +1.05 +.31 -.46 +.95 +.28 -1.89 +2.33 +3.95 +2.60 +5.48 +.53 +.03 -1.76 +.25

TycoIntl 43.29 +.52 Tyson 39.72 +.59 UBS AG 20.13 +.20 UDR 27.56 +.10 US Silica 49.44 +1.08 USG 30.41 +.42 UltraPt g 26.03 -.36 UndArmr s 48.37 +.48 UnilevNV 43.22 -.10 Unilever 44.82 -.10 UnionPac 196.26 +.96 UtdContl 43.57 +1.57 UtdMicro 2.20 ... UPS B 102.73 +1.07 UtdRentals 99.89 +1.11 US Bancrp 41.45 +.08 US NGas 24.36 +.18 US OilFd 38.18 +.17 USSteel 24.08 +.23 UtdTech 115.54 +.50 UtdhlthGp 78.77 +.43 UnivHlthS 89.43 +1.19 UnumGrp 33.46 +.19

+.63 -1.18 +.22 -.05 +1.98 +.52 -1.09 +1.70 -.75 -.70 +1.10 +3.06 +.01 +1.40 +4.53 +.56 -.08 +.95 -1.05 +.96 +2.12 +4.60 +.83

V-W-X-Y-Z VF Corp s 62.72 +.30 Vale SA 13.18 -.04 Vale SA pf 12.04 +.03 ValeantPh 133.46 +2.63 ValeroE 54.54 -.13 VlyNBcp 9.74 +.08 VangTotBd 82.13 +.08 VangTSM 98.49 +.51 VangValu 78.94 +.19 VanSP500 rs174.47 +.72 VangREIT 74.14 +.65 VangDivAp 76.39 +.28 VangAllW 51.82 +.13 VangEmg 42.90 ... VangEur 60.42 +.01 VangFTSE 42.25 +.10 Vantiv 31.21 +.24 VectorGp 20.13 +.03 :IIZE7]WR Ventas 67.03 +.90 VeriFone 33.42 +.80 VerizonCm 49.74 +.29 Vipshop 167.01 +.18 Visa 212.07 +2.70 VishayInt 14.64 +.16 VMware 96.51 +.07 Vonage 3.61 -.01 VoyaFincl 36.33 +.09 VulcanM 61.19 +1.28 W&T Off 14.52 -.22 WPX Engy 20.72 -.41 WaddellR 60.24 +.13 WalMart 75.61 +.22 Walgrn 69.79 -.04 WalterEn 5.69 -.13 WsteMInc 43.37 -.11 WeathfIntl 21.20 +.05 WellPoint 108.82 +1.48 WellsFargo 50.16 +.17 WestarEn 35.47 -.02 WstnRefin 39.71 +.02 WstnUnion 15.77 +.03 Weyerhsr 30.87 +.52 WhiteWave 30.38 -.18 WhitingPet 71.42 -.49 WmsCos 46.87 +.20 WmsSon 67.98 -.95 WillisGp 41.51 +.04 WiscEngy 45.13 +.02 WTJpHedg 47.29 +.61 WT India 22.74 +.35 Workday 78.30 +1.47 WldW Ent 11.17 +.36 XL Grp 32.47 +.02 XPO Logis 24.34 +.15 XcelEngy 30.24 -.06 Xerox 12.06 +.24 Xylem 38.42 +.47 YPF Soc 29.60 +.60 Yamana g 7.56 ... Yelp 61.54 +1.04 YingliGrn 3.38 +.03 YoukuTud 20.31 -.09 YumBrnds 74.77 -.10 ZaleCp 21.75 -.08 Zendesk n 16.36 +.21 Zimmer 101.84 +.07 Zoetis 30.53 +.20

-.05 -.55 -.43 +6.70 -.31 +.20 -.03 +1.31 +.63 +2.13 -.50 +.38 +.27 +.29 +.08 +.19 +.85 +.49  -1.19 -.27 +.67 +7.14 +2.26 +.35 +2.05 +.11 +1.87 +.81 -.15 -.48 +.11 -1.40 +2.34 -.65 -.43 +.71 +3.70 +1.08 -.16 -.02 -.13 +.56 -.03 +.21 +1.27 +3.93 -.38 -.24 +1.12 +1.02 +6.54 -.10 +.39 +1.03 -.26 +.13 +1.65 +.17 +.14 +6.82 +.59 -.29 -.04 -.54 +1.11 +1.23 -.07

NYSE MKT EXCHANGE Name Last Chg AbdAsPac 6.19 -.02 %HZ4LSX   AlexcoR g 1.27 -.04 AlldNevG 3.08 ... AlmadnM g 1.34 +.01 AlphaPro 2.21 -.02 AmApparel .66 +.01 AmEagE rs 5.93 +.05 AmpioPhm 7.54 +.10 ArmcoMetl .23 ... AskanoG g 1.95 -.02 Augusta g 2.87 +.03 AvalnRare .52 +.01 AvinoSG g 1.54 +.01 B2gold g 2.74 -.01 Bacterin .67 +.02 Banro g .44 +.00 BarcUBS36 39.84 +.05 BarcGSOil 25.07 +.11 Bellatrix g 9.39 +.07 BioTime 2.32 -.02 BlkMunvst 9.81 +.05 BritATob 118.39 -1.26

Wk Chg -.13  -.06 -.08 +.04 +.05 +.03 +.23 +.29 -.01 +.02 +.10 +.01 -.10 +.11 +.00 +.01 +.17 +.66 +.20 -.09 +.11 -.24

CT Ptrs CAMAC s CastleBr CelSci rs CFCda g CheniereEn ChenEnLP ChenEHld n ClghGlbOp ComstkMn ConsEP Contango 'SV1IHM\ CornstProg CornstTR CornerstStr CrSuisInco CrSuiHiY DejourE g DenisnM g DocuSec EV LtdDur EVMuniBd ElephTalk EmeraldO

9.15 .63 .95 1.04 13.85 58.15 32.53 23.65 12.51 1.64 2.41 42.12  4.71 5.59 6.14 3.63 3.24 .21 1.19 1.32 15.47 12.60 .93 6.46

-.35 +.02 ... -.02 -.03 -.91 -.44 +.26 +.01 -.06 -.02 -.38  -.04 +.04 -.01 ... -.01 +.00 +.04 +.05 -.01 +.04 -.02 +.01

-.10 ... +.01 -.09 -.01 +.36 -.81 +.30 +.03 -.04 -.01 +.53  -.19 -.25 -.07 +.01 ... -.01 +.03 +.20 +.04 +.01 -.10 +.26

)RWIVZGS EntreeGold EurasnM g EvolPetrol ExeterR gs Fibrocell FT WindEn FrkStPrp FrTmpLtd GTT Comm GamGldNR GasNatural GastarExp GenMoly GigOptics GlblScape Globalstar GoldResrc GoldStdV g GoldenMin GoldStr g GldFld GranTrra g GtPanSilv g GreenHntr

 .31 .72 10.91 .60 2.82 12.83 12.42 13.32 9.35 10.55 10.56 7.65 .99 1.36 2.25 3.18 4.39 .57 .57 .49 1.72 7.20 .99 .98

  +.01 -.02 ... -.09 +.06 -.02 +.00 +.02 -.06 -.28 +.09 +.38 +.11 -.02 -.01 +.19 +.28 +1.21 +.05 -.04 +.10 +.29 +.12 +.72 -.02 -.07 +.01 +.04 -.03 +.20 -.03 +.02 -.05 +.09 +.00 -.00 -.01 -.10 -.02 -.02 +.05 +.08 +.05 +.23 +.00 -.07 -.02 -.01

Hemisphrx HooperH HstnAEn IGI Labs iShIndia bt iBio ImmunoCll ImpOil g IndepRT n IndiaGC wt -RHME+'ET -RSZMS4LQ InspireMD InstFnMkts Intellichk IntTower g Inuvo InvAdvMu2 -WS6E] Iteris 0EH8LEP*R LkShrGld g Libbey LiberMed LucasEngy

.32 .66 .46 4.94 29.68 .40 1.31 49.58 9.02 .02   2.34 2.25 .84 .60 .71 11.46  1.73  .69 26.70 3.48 .52

-.01 -.01 ... +.21 +.27 -.01 +.03 +.02 -.07 ...   ... -.01 +.00 ... -.01 +.05  +.02  -.02 +.51 +.05 +.01

-.00 -.00 -.01 +.28 +.49 -.05 +.14 +.79 -.05 +.00   -.09 +.10 +.14 +.01 -.03 +.13  ...  -.05 +.52 -.21 -.00

MadCatz g MastThera Metalico MdwGold g MincoG g 282&Y^^ NanoViric NavideaBio NBRESec Neuralstem Nevsun g NwGold g NA Pall g NDynMn g NthnO&G NovaBayP NovaCopp NovaGld g NuvDivM2 NuvDiv3 NvDivAdv NvLSCmdty NMuHiOp OrchidIsl Organovo

.64 .64 1.28 .98 .31  3.35 1.40 4.93 3.86 3.46 5.17 .26 .81 14.82 .87 1.09 3.18 14.18 13.56 13.96 16.17 13.50 12.84 6.82

-.02 ... -.02 +.04 +.00  +.07 +.03 +.02 +.02 -.01 -.13 -.01 -.02 +.10 -.02 -.02 -.06 ... +.01 +.03 +.03 +.07 +.07 +.01

-.03 +.02 +.01 +.16 +.00  +.12 ... -.04 +.47 -.05 +.09 +.01 +.08 +.12 +.01 -.04 +.16 +.07 +.01 +.05 -.03 +.16 +.19 +.47

PrUPQQQ s 65.22 +1.43 PrognicsPh 3.70 +.01 Proofpoint 31.75 +.04 4VSWIRWER  PShtQQQ rs 49.75 -1.15 ProspctCap 10.10 +.10 QIWI plc 43.85 -1.04 QlikTech 22.41 +.51 Qualcom 79.88 +.32 5YERX*YVW   Questcor 91.20 -.85 QuickLog 3.92 +.10 Qunar n 22.02 -.93 RF MicD 9.45 +.19 Rambus 11.76 +.20 RaptorPhm 8.49 -.05 RealGSolar 2.34 +.02 RealPage 21.09 +.08 6HMJJGQ   Regenrn 297.77 -.51 Rentech 2.31 ... RepubAir 10.31 +.27 6IXEMP2SXR  RiverbedT 19.71 +.05 RocketF n 24.53 +.20 RosettaR 45.23 -1.00 RossStrs 68.85 +.75 6S]EPI)R  

+4.56 +.09 +3.26  -3.90 +.23 +9.46 +1.21 +.46  +1.18 -.19 -.14 +.66 +.27 +.05 -.03 +1.63  +2.34 +.07 +.80  +.55 +2.45 +.44 -.68 

3VMSR)RK] PalatinTch ParaG&S Pedevco rs PhrmAth PlatGpMet PolyMet g PfdAptCm Protalix Provectus RareEle g ReavesUtl Reeds RexahnPh RingEngy Rubicon g SamsO&G SandstG g SaratogaRs SilverBull SilvrCrst g SparkNet SupDrill n SynergyRs SynthBiol

 1.10 .99 2.22 1.61 1.07 1.21 8.41 3.83 2.02 1.20 29.44 4.99 .90 18.90 1.05 .36 5.59 1.25 .31 1.66 4.64 4.49 11.06 1.35

 -.01 +.01 +.04 +.01 -.01 +.02 +.14 -.02 ... +.02 -.06 +.02 ... ... ... +.01 -.04 +.03 -.01 -.04 +.14 ... -.11 -.02

 +.03 -.04 +.19 +.16 ... +.03 +.13 +.01 -1.09 -.02 +.08 -.17 -.08 +.87 -.04 +.04 +.02 -.01 -.01 -.07 +.02 ... +.25 -.06

TanzRy g 1.88 -.09 -.18 Taseko 2.22 +.04 +.09 TasmanM g 1.14 +.01 -.12 Tengsco .45 -.00 +.01 TherapMD 3.87 +.03 +.04 TianyinPh .68 -.01 -.01 8MQFIVPR6    Timmins g 1.35 -.01 -.03 8VRW)RX\VW    TriangPet 9.94 -.17 -.06 22ndCentry 2.40 +.08 -.60 UQM Tech 2.30 +.09 +.20 97+ISXL    Ur-Energy 1.07 +.03 -.02 Uranerz 1.35 +.03 -.01 UraniumEn 1.64 +.02 +.03 VangTotW 60.93 +.26 +.57 VantageDrl 1.67 +.01 -.01 :MVRIX<    VistaGold .44 ... ... WFAdvInco 9.56 -.06 +.08 WFAdMSec 14.80 +.03 +.10 WidePoint 1.42 -.04 +.07 WirelessT 2.42 ... -.08 ZBB En rs 1.48 +.06 -.27

NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET Wk Last Chg Chg A-B-C AMC Net 61.04 +.09 +1.52 Abraxas 5.11 -.07 +.43 AcadiaPh 19.80 +.23 +.75 Achillion 2.83 -.05 +.16 ActivsBliz 20.68 +.15 +.33 Actuate 4.46 +.10 +.32 Acxiom 22.50 +.67 +1.89 AdobeSy 64.30 +1.15 +2.66 Adtran 22.31 +.10 +.78 Aegerion 31.66 +.16 -.10 Affymetrix 8.40 +.19 +.57 AgileTher n 5.54 ... ... AkamaiT 53.65 +.17 +.31 Akorn 28.33 +.11 +1.52 Alexion 162.30 +1.82 +4.37 AlignTech 54.13 +1.41 +3.78 AlliFibOp s 20.89 +.26 +2.51 AllscriptH 14.82 +.04 -.27 %PR]PEQ4   AlteraCp lf 33.31 +.17 +.54 AmTrstFin 45.19 -1.02 +1.84 Amarin 1.35 +.03 -.01 Amazon 312.24 +7.33 +14.54 Ambarella 25.90 +.78 +1.85 AmAirl n 39.11 +.39 +.59 ACapAgy 23.58 +.15 +.39 AmCapLtd 14.73 -.02 +.05 ARCapH n 9.56 -.07 -.34 ARltCapPr 12.30 -.15 -.80 Amgen 114.33 -.53 +2.39 AmkorTch 9.53 +.10 +.16 Anadigc 1.12 +.01 -.01 AnalogDev 52.39 +.65 +.79 AngiesList 10.36 +.07 +.37 AntaresP 3.00 -.01 +.07 ApolloEdu 27.28 -.03 -1.72 ApolloInv 8.28 +.10 +.34 Apple Inc 614.13 +6.86 +16.62 ApldMatl 20.04 +.15 -.07 AMCC 9.12 +.16 +.33 Approach 18.74 +.32 +.35 Name

ArQule 1.41 -.04 -.05 ArenaPhm 6.19 -.06 -.24 AresCap 17.06 +.04 +.18 AriadP 6.30 -.04 -.06 ArmHld 44.88 -.09 +1.34 Arotech 4.44 +.03 -.37 %VVE]&MS    Arris 31.03 +.18 +1.51 ArrowRsh 11.39 -.07 +.61 %VYFE2IX   AscenaRtl 17.24 -.09 -.52 AscentSol .36 +.01 +.01 AspenTech 44.45 +.43 -.43 AsscdBanc 17.25 +.01 +.34 athenahlth 120.92 +3.35 +7.37 Atmel 8.10 +.16 +.31 %XSWWE+IR    AutoNavi 20.91 -.03 +.01 Autodesk 52.00 +.49 +.33 AutoData 78.85 +.77 +1.04 Auxilium 21.99 +.28 +2.52 AvagoTch 70.55 +1.87 +2.06 AvanirPhm 4.84 +.10 -.08 AviatNetw 1.13 +.05 +.09 AvisBudg 56.10 +.44 +.94 Axcelis 1.76 +.02 +.16 B/E Aero 95.25 +.26 -1.07 BGC Ptrs 7.07 +.06 +.14 Baidu 167.63 +4.10 +12.86 BallardPw 3.20 -.08 -.08 BancCalif 10.39 +.19 +.41 BedBath 61.36 -.10 -1.16 &MS(PZV]PJ    BiogenIdc 299.71 +.02 +8.39 BioMarin 56.48 +.28 -1.11 BioScrip 7.42 +.04 -.02 BlackBerry 7.23 -.05 -.03 BloominBr 21.21 +.20 -.37 Blucora 19.50 +.10 +.99 BonTon 11.42 +.22 +1.29 BostPrv 12.51 +.05 +.51 Broadcom 30.64 +.49 +.94 BrcdeCm 8.46 -.19 -.01 CA Inc 29.19 +.20 +.20 CBOE 49.82 +.46 +1.10

CDW Cp n 28.45 +.34 CH Robins 59.63 +.08 CME Grp 71.00 -.34 Cadence 16.94 +.18 Caesars 18.43 +.17 CdnSolar 24.20 -.31 CpstnTurb 1.44 +.03 CareerEd 4.73 +.02 Carrizo 57.48 -.74 Catamaran 44.06 -.24 Cavium 46.48 +1.14 Celgene 150.13 -.33 CellThera 2.86 -.01 CelldexTh 13.30 -.02 Cerner s 53.12 +.79 CerusCp 4.20 +.06 CharterCm 140.59 +2.42 ChkPoint 65.51 +.07 ChelseaTh 6.57 +.03 ChildPlace 47.56 -.13 Chimerix 17.24 +.16 'LM*R3RP   ChXDPlas 10.06 +.30 Cirrus 22.06 +.57 Cisco 24.52 +.14 CitrixSys 61.44 +.02 CleanEngy 10.00 +.40 CognizTc s 48.62 +.97 Comcast 51.97 +.27 Comc spcl 51.53 +.36 Compuwre 9.92 -.47 ConcurTch 85.35 +1.30 Conns 45.06 +.22 Conversant 24.63 -.13 CorOnDem 43.25 +.46 Costco 114.94 +.21 CowenGp 4.02 +.01 CSVelIVST 37.46 +.27 CSVxSht rs 4.56 -.08 Cree Inc 48.50 +.87 Crocs 14.93 +.12 Ctrip.com 56.01 +.62 CumMed 6.46 +.03 CypSemi 10.05 +.35 ']X6\  

-1.35 +.75 +2.32 +1.23 -.59 +2.13 +.04 -.18 +2.04 +1.25 +2.40 +2.81 +.27 -.03 +2.32 +.17 +3.11 +1.90 +.01 -.31 +.86  +1.56 -.15 +.15 +.97 +.18 +1.44 +1.78 +1.85 -.43 +4.54 +2.95 +.16 +4.59 -.67 +.18 +1.60 -.45 +2.95 -.25 +3.95 +.43 +.55 

']XSOMRIXVW   

D-E-F DFC Glbl 9.38 +.02 Dealertrk 41.24 +.84 Dndreon 2.22 +.03 Depomed 11.52 +.03 DexCom 33.18 +.83 DiambkEn 72.78 -.25 DirecTV 83.59 -.49 DiscComA 78.20 +2.35 DiscComC 75.11 +2.23 DishNetw h 59.87 +1.92 DollarTree 52.68 -.63 DonlleyRR 15.61 +.24 DrmWksA 27.49 +.58 DryShips 3.08 +.02 Dunkin 44.63 -.04 (YVEXE8L   DyaxCp 6.60 -.02 Dynavax 1.38 +.02 E-Trade 20.32 -.12 eBay 52.02 +.52 8x8 Inc 7.25 -.08 ElectArts 34.88 +.31 Endo Intl 73.94 +.61 Endocyte 6.53 +.08 EngyXXI 21.42 -.20 EnteroMed 1.91 +.07 eOnCom h 3.60 +.02 Ericsson 12.25 -.09 ExactSci h 13.57 -.08 Exelixis 3.44 +.07 Expedia 71.39 +.37 ExpdIntl 45.89 +.22 ExpScripts 70.14 -.11 ExtrmNet 3.96 +.01 Ezcorp 12.48 -.41 F5 Netwks 107.75 +.12 Facebook 61.35 +.83 FairchldS 13.98 +.17 Fastenal 48.46 +.34 FifthStFin 9.33 +.06 FifthThird 20.54 +.13 Finisar 24.68 +.14

+.17 +.98 +.10 +.59 +.76 +2.11 -2.59 +4.48 +7.22 -.08 +.89 +.26 +2.28 +.05 -.07  +.40 +.07 +.26 +.07 -1.00 +.44 +2.53 +.01 +.76 +.07 +1.19 -.15 +1.22 +.11 +1.45 -.37 +1.42 -.13 +1.89 +5.13 +3.33 +.83 +.23 +.08 +.51 +1.65

FireEye n FstNiagara FstSolar FstMerit Fiserv s FiveBelow Flextrn Fortinet Francesca *V7IEWVW FreshMkt FrontierCm FuelCellE FultonFncl

33.39 +1.10 8.63 ... 60.67 +.04 18.90 +.08 59.83 +.54 36.40 -.10 10.19 +.15 21.93 +.17 16.07 +.07   29.15 +.45 5.81 +.07 2.13 +.03 11.97 +.05

+5.50 +.19 +1.03 +.20 +.35 -1.24 +.69 +.71 -.70  -1.95 -.09 -.04 +.42

G-H-I +8%HZ8G   +EPIRE&MS    Gam&Lsr n 34.05 +.16 -.84 Garmin 57.39 +1.56 +2.32 Gentherm 42.90 +.84 +3.11 GeronCp 2.06 +.01 +.19 GileadSci 80.94 -1.96 +.14 GluMobile 3.78 -.03 +.07 Gogo n 16.38 -.05 +2.70 Goodyear 25.64 +.94 +.97 Google A 563.80 +8.35 +35.50 Google C n 552.70 +7.64 +32.07 GreenPlns 28.10 +.25 +.97 +VSYTSR    GulfportE 63.02 -.70 +1.08 HD Supp n 25.69 +.01 -.28 HMS Hldgs 18.13 +.50 +.83 Halozyme 7.96 +.33 +.29 HansenMed 1.40 +.01 +.15 HanwhaSol 2.32 -.05 +.10 Hasbro 53.85 +.15 -.34 HawHold 14.92 +.36 +.52 HercOffsh 4.50 +.03 +.13 ,MFFIXX   HimaxTch 7.66 +.11 +.70 Hologic 23.82 -.02 -.06 HomeAway 32.60 +.30 +1.95 HorizPhm 13.46 +.06 +.58 HudsCity 9.80 +.09 +.24

HuntJB 77.22 -.26 +.33 HuntBncsh 9.10 +.04 +.10 IAC Inter 62.46 +.48 -.35 iRobot 35.99 +1.13 +3.30 iSh ACWI 59.49 +.19 +.45 iShNsdqBio234.64 +.49 +6.34 Icon PLC 40.83 +.03 +.58 IdenixPh 6.46 +.13 +.77 IderaPhm 2.53 -.03 -.06 Illumina 159.20 +1.82 +15.18 ImunoGn 11.11 +.16 -.20 Imunmd 3.34 +.06 +.11 Incyte 47.09 -.94 -2.50 Infinera 9.23 +.07 +.89 Insmed 13.29 -.32 -.56 InsysTh s 25.66 -.97 +1.81 IntgDv 12.73 +.16 +.57 Intel 26.29 +.14 +.47 InterceptP 229.82 -1.61 -50.44 Intermolec 2.46 +.04 +.19 InterMune 39.98 +.52 +5.67 Intersil 13.81 +.24 +.63 Intuit 79.59 +1.27 +4.08 InvBncp s 10.59 +.11 +.14 IridiumCm 7.55 +.10 +.56 IronwdPh 13.91 -.19 +.29 -WMW  

J-K-L JA Solar 9.63 -.26 JD.com n 20.10 -.80 JDS Uniph 10.80 +.01 JazzPhrm 135.37 +3.87 JetBlue 9.11 +.16 KLA Tnc 64.18 +.54 KandiTech 11.47 +.45 KeryxBio 12.92 -.25 KeurigGM 114.03 +.66 /M36   KraftFGp 58.15 +.32 KratosDef 8.17 +.16 LKQ Corp 28.13 -.01 LPL Fincl 47.82 -.23 LamResrch 60.61 +1.41 LamarAdv 50.10 +.26

+.04 ... -.05 +8.83 +.43 +1.03 -.37 +.13 -.45  +.57 +.97 -.26 +.46 +2.09 +.38

Lattice 7.91 +.04 LexiPhrm 1.32 ... LibGlobA s 45.61 +.21 LibGlobC s 43.59 +.58 LibtMda A 126.73 +.84 LibtyIntA 28.54 +.38 LinearTch 45.98 +.40 LinnEngy 28.40 -.08 LinnCo 27.20 -.40 0MUYMH,PHR   Liquidity 15.31 +.23 0MZI(IEPW  Logitech 12.50 +.16 lululemn gs 45.30 +.15

-.22 -.09 +1.78 +1.77 +2.35 +.09 +1.67 -.34 -.74  +1.40  -.10 +.15

M-N-0 MCG Cap 3.45 +.11 MannKd 7.77 +.01 MarIntA 59.26 +.50 MarvellT 15.89 +.30 Mattel 38.56 -.10 MaximIntg 34.39 +.57 MaxwellT 17.61 +.52 Medidata s 39.67 +1.76 Medivation 68.94 -.15 MelcoCrwn 33.89 -.10 MentorGr 21.82 +.26 MercadoL 84.11 -.05 MerrimkP 7.52 +.17 Methanx 59.72 +1.48 Microchp 46.66 +.22 MicronT 27.33 +.16 Microsoft 40.12 +.02 Momenta 12.12 ... Mondelez 37.24 -.05 MonstrBev 69.67 +.31 1SZI-RG  Mylan 48.02 +.61 MyriadG 33.22 -.11 2--,PHK   NPS Phm 26.80 +.61 NXP Semi 61.66 +1.12 Nanosphere 1.40 -.01 NasdOMX 36.45 +.09 Navient n 16.07 +.10

+.04 +.75 +1.11 +.56 +.03 +2.43 +1.81 +3.83 +1.94 +1.79 +1.37 -.88 +.72 -.48 +.62 +1.30 +.29 +.17 -.27 -.88  +1.06 -3.83  +.76 +1.41 -.07 +.39 +.21

NektarTh 11.68 ... +.73 Neonode 3.74 +.17 +.05 NetApp 35.76 -.40 +2.05 Netflix 402.35+10.55+52.47 NYMtgTr 7.85 +.05 +.25 2I[0IEHVW    NewsCpA n 17.09 -.08 +.04 NorTrst 60.36 +.03 +.55 NorwCruis 33.97 +.21 +1.22 2SZEZE\    nTelos 14.05 -.28 +.82 NuanceCm 15.80 +.22 +.52 Nvidia 18.49 +.17 +.62 OdysMar 1.48 +.02 -.13 OmniVisn 19.49 +.46 +.52 OnSmcnd 8.54 +.03 +.09 Ophthotc n 38.03 +.53 +6.95 3VI\MKIR   

P-Q-R PDC Engy 61.51 -1.29 +1.98 PDL Bio 9.13 +.13 +.29 PMC Sra 7.07 +.08 +.13 48'8LIVR   Paccar 62.95 +.62 +1.57 PacEthanol 12.52 +.52 +.87 PanASlv 12.79 -.22 -.38 ParkerVsn 4.67 -.07 -.39 Patterson 39.08 -.15 -2.05 PattUTI 32.88 +.05 +1.03 Paychex 40.82 +.41 -.03 PnnNGm 11.56 +.20 +.31 PeopUtdF 14.43 +.01 +.35 PeregrinP 1.73 ... -.02 PerfectWld 17.88 +.57 +.29 PernixTh h 6.59 +.15 +.26 PetSmart 55.30 -.44 -9.67 4LEVQEG]G PilgrimsP 25.10 +.20 +.56 Pixelwrks 6.52 -.12 +.58 PlugPowr h 4.09 -.21 -.20 Polycom 12.76 +.20 +.61 PwShs QQQ89.88 +.65 +2.17 PriceTR 80.80 -.04 +1.08 Priceline 1197.12+19.06+59.96

S-T-U SBA Com 100.60 -.89 SFX Ent n 7.00 ... SLM Cp 8.82 -.03 SVB FnGp 106.88 +.53 SabreCp n 17.09 +.44 SalixPhm 114.18 +1.11 SanDisk 94.27 +1.07 Sapient 16.42 +.32 SareptaTh 34.04 +1.49 SciGames 9.38 +.14 SeagateT 51.95 +.34 SearsHldgs 37.64 -.46 SeattGen 33.16 -.26 Semtech 24.96 +.59 Sequenom 2.83 +.03

+.40 +.30 -.11 +4.76 +.79 +6.67 +3.28 -.45 +2.62 -.12 +.76 -2.50 -1.09 +2.65 +.02

SvcSource 4.40 +.12 +.37 Shutterfly 40.82 +.72 +3.01 SifyTech 2.15 +.09 +.15 SilvStd g 7.35 -.18 -.38 7MRE   Sinclair 30.20 +.49 +1.14 SiriusXM 3.27 ... +.16 SkywksSol 41.79 +.55 +1.04 SmithWes 15.37 +.14 +.12 SodaStrm 37.81 -.41 -3.11 SolarCity 52.05 +.96 +1.86 Solazyme 9.41 -.11 +.20 Sonus 3.63 +.17 +.44 7TLIVM\    SpiritAir 57.49 +1.08 +3.27 Splunk 45.99 +.24 +2.22 Sprouts n 27.12 -.08 -1.74 Staples 11.65 -.05 -1.59 7XEV7GMIRX    Starbucks 71.98 +.58 +1.04 StlDynam 17.77 +.29 -.44 StemCells 1.40 +.03 +.01 Stratasys 94.82 +.25 +5.53 SunPower 31.89 +.49 +.13 Supernus 8.70 +.18 +.47 SusqBnc 10.04 +.04 +.35 Symantec 22.27 +.05 -.17 Synaptics 59.25 +1.52 -.36 SynrgyPh 3.90 +.07 +.19 Synopsys 39.09 +.18 +1.32 SyntaPhm 4.21 ... +.03 tw telecom 32.54 +.39 +.23 TakeTwo 19.65 +.79 +.56 TASER 13.35 +.27 +.02 TeslaMot 207.30 +2.42 +15.74 TexInst 46.25 +.11 +1.26 Theravnce 28.00 -.54 +.63 TibcoSft 20.05 +.27 +.71 TiVo Inc 12.19 +.26 +.35 TractSup s 63.74 +.15 -.08 TrimbleN 35.61 +.43 +.57 TripAdvis 94.42 +3.41 +12.26 TriQuint 15.67 +.33 +1.08 21stCFoxA 34.95 +.42 +.88 21stCFoxB 34.04 +.41 +.84

21Vianet UTiWrldwd Ubiquiti UltaSalon Umpqua U U D Uw U O

25.87 9.51 34.17 85.43 16.62

-1.05 +.02 +.01 +.01 +.34 -.25 +.45 -2.46 +.12

VWXYZ C

m m Cm

; W W C WD W W W m W m W OM

3 (Q w Q

MUTUAL FUNDS ;O 2EQI7IPP'LK %1+ =EGOXQER7ZGH  =OQ*GW-RWXH   =OQ*GW7ZGH   %56 1E*X7XV-   %HZMWSVW¸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

                                             

78)XH5PX-  8%97'V)-  81-RXP:EP  811O;:EP  81978EV:EP  97'SV)U-  97'SV)U-  970K'S  970K:EP-  971MGVS-  977Q:EP-  977QEPP-  978KX:EP-RWX  97:IG)U-  (EZMW 2=:IRX%Q  2=:IRX'Q  2=:IRX=  (SHKI 'S\ &EP  +PF7XSGO  -RGSQI  -RXP7XO  7XSGO  (SYFPI0MRI 8SX6IX&H2F  (VI]JYW %TTVIGME-RZ  -RXP7XO-  1MH'ET-H\  (VMILEYW %GXMZI-RG  )EXSR:ERGI %'7Q'T-  *PXK6X-  +PF1EGVS-  *10K'ET  *4% 'VIWH  2I[-RGH  *EMVLSPQI*YRHW *EMVLSQIH  *IHIVEXIH -RWX,M=-RH  /EYJQER6Q  7XV:EP-  8S6IX-W  *MHIPMX] %WX1KV  %WX1KV  &EP  &EP/  &P'L+VS[  &P'L+VS[/  'ET%TV  'ET-RGH 

                                             

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

                                                        

7Q'ET(MWGH   7XO7IPIG   7XVEX-RG   8SXEP&H   97&H-H\   97&H-H\-RZ   :EPYI   *MHIPMX]%HZMWSV %WX1KV   *PX6EXI-H   2I[-RW%Q   2I[-RW'Q   2I[-RW-   7XVEX-RG%Q   *MHIPMX]7IPIGX &MSXIGLH   ,IEPX'EVH   7SJX['SQH   *MHIPMX]7TEVXER -H\%HZXK   -H\%HZXK-RWX  -H\-RWXP   -H\-RZ   )\X1OX-H%KH   -RXP-H\%HKH   8SX1OX-H%KH   *MHIPMX]Â¥Â&#x2018; 0XH8IVQ1YRM-RGH 7IV&PYI'LMT+V   7IV&PYI'LMT+V*  7IVMIW+VS[XL'S  7IVMIW+VS[XL'S*  *MVWX)EKPI +PF%Q   3ZIVWIEW%Q   *VERO8IQT*VERO *IH8*%Q   *VERO8IQT*VEROPMR '%8*%Q   +VS[XL%Q   ,=8*%Q   ,MKL-RG%Q   -RGSQI'Q   -RGSQI%Q   -RGSQI%HZ   2=8*%Q   6MW(Z%Q   7XV-RG%Q   8SXEP6IX%Q   97+SZ%Q   9XMPW%Q   *VERO8IQT1YXYEP (MWGSZ'Q   (MWGSZ>   (MWGSZ%Q   5YIWX>   7LEVIW>  

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

(MZ+VS[  )Q1OX&HH  )Q1OX7XOH  )U-RHI\H  )UX]-RG  +V7XO%HZF  +VS[7XO  ,IEPXL7GM  ,M=MIPHH  -RW0K'T+V  -RXP&RHH  -RXP(MWGH  -RXP+V-RGH  -RXP7XOH  1IHME8IPI  1MH'ET)  1MH'ET:E  1MH'T+V  2I[%Q+VS  2I[%WMEH  2I[)VE  2I[,SVM^  2I[-RGSQI  3VWIE7XOH  6  6  6  6IEPH  6XQX  6XQX  6XQX  6XQX  6XQX  7L8Q&SRH  7Q'T7XO  7Q'T:EPH  7TIG+VS[  7TIG-RG  7YQ1Y-RX  8V6X%HF  8V6X%HF  :EPYI  86S[I 6IE%WWIXH  8'; )QK-RG-  8SX6IX&H-  8-%%'6)* &H-H\-RWX  )U-\  -RXP)H  0':EP  8IQTPIXSR -R*)U7I7  8LSQTWSR &SRH 

                                                  

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

8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6I   8KX6IX-RG   8KXIX   8P-RXP&H-H\%HQ  8P-RXP&H-H\-RWX   8P-RXP&H-H\-RZ   8SX&H%HQP   8SX&H-RWX   8SX&H1O-RZ   8SX&H1O7MK   8SX-RXP   8SX7X-%HQ   8SX7X--RW   8SX7X-7MK   8SX7X-H\   8\1'ET%HQ   8\17'%HQ   97+VS   :EP-H\%HQ   :EP-H\-RW   :H,M(MZ-\   ;IPPW-   ;IPPW-%HQ   ;IPPXR   ;IPPXR%HQ   ;RHW--%HQ   ;RHWV   ;RHWV%HQP   ;RHWV--   :MVXYW )QK1OXW-W   1YP77X%Q   ;EHHIPP 6IIH%HZ %WWIX7XV%Q   'SVI-RZ%Q   7GM8IGL%Q   ;IPPW*EVKS +VS[XL%HQ   9P781-R-   ;SVPH*YRHW )T+PS)U7L=-  


CLASSIFIEDS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE ITEM

D3

803-774-1234

OR TO PLACE YOUR AD ONLINE GO TO WWW.THE ITEM.COM/PLACEMYAD

CLASSIFIEDS Tree Service

ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements Paxville School Reunion will be on May 31, 2014 at the Paxville Baptist Church Fellowship Hall at 11 am-Until. Bring a covered dish. 773-5392 or 452-5658.

In Memory

A Notch Above Tree Care Full quality service low rates, lic./ins., free est BBB accredited 983-9721 Ricky's Tree Service Tree removal, stump grinding, Lic & ins, free quote, 803-435-2223 or cell 803-460-8747.

PETS & ANIMALS Cats

CLASSIFIED DEADLINES 11:30 a.m. the day before for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday edition. 9:30 a.m. Friday for Saturday’s edition 11:30 a.m. Friday for Sunday’s edition. We will be happy to change your ad if an error is made; however we are not responsible for errors after the first run day. We shall not be liable for any loss or expense that results from the printing or omission of an advertisement. We reserve the right to edit, refuse or cancel any ad at any time. For Sale or Trade

Help Wanted Full-Time

Help Wanted Full-Time

Above ground 15x30 oval pool with pump, sand filter, deck. Optional Water slide and walk in steps. $1000 Call 803-730-9232

Finance Manager for Workforce Programs

Farm Machinery Salvage Parts Puller - Basic mechanical knowledge, having own tools a plus, able to lift 50 lbs. EOE / Drug Screen Required. Great Benefits, health insurance, dental, & 401K. Apply at Baker Abilene Machine, 1303 Sumter Hwy, Bishopville. 800-543-2451.

Expert Tech, New & used heat pumps & A/C. Will install/repair, warranty; Compressor & labor $600. Call 803-968-9549 or 843-992-2364 300+ Landscaping bricks, 75+ flat stones 16"x16", $1 ea. 499-4786. I buy used Utility and Car trailers. Call 803-972-0900

Kittens purrfect pets. $20. Adult cats FREE, Come & SEE! Call 803-795-5582.

Dogs German Shepherd Pups. (4) M, (3) F. Black/Tan, 2nd shots & wormed. $200. Call 803-406-0064.

Pets

In Honor Of Navy Veteran Josie M. Rattz

BUSINESS SERVICES Home Improvements Complete Construction 15 yrs in business. Room additions, sun rooms, screen porches, decks, water & termite damage, complete remodels. Licensed & bonded. Call 803-225-2698.

Investments 3 Rental Properties for sale. Take in $1,155/mthly. Asking $21,00 total will consider reasonable offers. Owner financing. Ser. Inquires ONLY. 803-464-5757

CKC Reg. Black & white Papillon Puppies. $600. Gorgeous. Ready to go. Call Louise 803-553-4868 Cash Only

Rawls Lawncare: Clean up, Trim Shubery, Cut Grass, Pressure Wash & more. Free Estimates. Lic/Insured. 803-425-4845 Precision Lawn Care..mowing, weed and insect control, shrub and bed care. Over 40 years experience. 803-840-5257, Taylor's Lawn Care Dependable and Affordable Call 803-651-0125 Four Seasons Lawn Care Serving Sumter for almost 20 yrs! Free est. 494-9169/468-4008 JT's Lawn Care: All your lawn needs, Tree cutting & pressure washing, Senior disc. 840-0322

Roofing All Types of Roofing & Repairs All work guaranteed. 30 yrs exp. SC lic. Virgil Bickley 803-316-4734.

Tree Service Wanted experienced tree climber. Must have own transportation & valid Driver license Call 499-2136 STATE TREE SERVICE Worker's Comp & General liability insurance. Top quality service, lowest prices. 803-494-5175 or 803-491-5154 www.statetree.net

Help Wanted Full-Time Skilled Serviceman needed. Experience in Home repairs required. To apply call 803-469-3222 or drop resumes off at 2735 Broad St. Sumter, SC 29150 Clarendon County School District Three is accepting applications for:

MERCHANDISE Furniture / Furnishings Old Loveseat & two chairs 1920's -2 Spanish style chairs. Make offer Call 803-428-3803

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

Open every weekend. 905-4242

For Sale or Trade

Lawn Service Oxendine & Son Lawn Care All your lawn care needs & pressure washing. Call Jonathan 803-565-2160 or Kerry 316-8726.

EMPLOYMENT

Martin's Used Appliance Washers, Dryers, Refrig., Stoves. Guarantee 464-5439 or 469-7311

Great long term investment! Limited Time Offer: 2 Cemetery plots at Evergreen Cemetery Park. Located in Veteran's Garden Lot # 263-A. (You do not need to be a veteran to purchase or side here). Regular price per lot is $2,145, selling both plots for $3,200. This price includes the property transfer fees. Offer expires: May 30, 2014. Get it before the expiration date...the Ad (not yours), 803-468-1968

Fish

Elementary Position and Elementary Special Education Position (Willingness to Immediately begin the Multi-Categorical Certification Process) Applicants must have appropriate South Carolina Certification, Highly Qualified Preferred. Applications must be received at the address below by 4 pm on Monday, May 26, 2014. Mail applications to: Connie J. Dennis, Ph.D. Superintendent Clarendon County School District Three P.O. Drawer 270 Turbeville, S.C. 29162 Clarendon County School District Three is an Equal Opportunity Employer NEEDED Electricians & Helpers Residential - Production Great Company Benefits Call 877-797-7603 Director of Nursing (Full-time Permanent) •Hours: Monday -Thursday 8:00 4:30pm, Friday 8:00am - 3:30pm; will be "on call" on a rotating basis; may work week nights and one weekend at least once per month. •Job Duties - Promotion and evaluation of quality nursing care to consumers; ensuring all regulations are met according to standards; provide medical training for all direct care staff; coordinate and implement residential nursing programs; pre-admission evaluations; assist consultant, physician, and pharmacists; respond to calls; ordering supplies. •Job Qualifications - Completion of an accredited program in Nursing; current RN licensure in good standing with the SC Board of Nursing with no pending disciplinary actions; 3 years of nursing experience. •Benefits- Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Long Term Disability, SC Retirement System, Annual/Sick Leave, SC Deferred Compensation. •Pay Rate - Depends on Qualifications EEOC Submit resume, RN license, and salary requirements to: Human Resources, PO Drawer 40 Manning, SC 29102

Strong financial management and analytical skills needed to maintain, review/assess and monitor financial records (including budgets, contracts and reports) according to federal & state regulations. Required skills: demonstrated capacity to independently monitor and assess records, evaluate effectiveness of use of funds & recommend procedures to ensure program performance outcomes; above-average written and oral communication skills; extensive Microsoft Office expertise. Graduate degree in Business Administration, Finance, or Accounting; OR Bachelor's Degree in a related field with two years of directly related experience; OR Associates Degree in a related field and at least five years of directly related work experience. Additional combination of other work experience & relevant skills will be considered if determined to be directly related to the requirements. Starting salary range up to mid 40's depending on experience. Send resume by Friday, May 30, 2014 to "Finance Manager" by fax 803.773.9903, email ycrolley@slcog.org, or mail PO Box 1837, Sumter SC 29151. WIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Assistant Community Manager needed for elderly communities in the Sumter area. This is an exciting yet challenging 30 hrs. per week. If you are a team player who possesses marketing, written and verbal communication plus computer skills, then we need you on our team. Previous Property Management experience is helpful but not required. Must pass criminal check and drug screening. Our company offers competitive salary and benefits. Please fax cover letter and resume to: Ad # 26, 888-940-7773 or email jobs@cfhs1973.com Roper Staffing is now accepting application(s) for the following position(s): •Industrial Maintenance positions (Exp with: Hydraulics, pneumatics & PLC: 2/3yrs experience required) •Welders (Mig exp. required) •CDL Drivers •Front Desk Medical Office (Temporary) •Part-Time (30hrs wkly) Industrial Administrative (CSR) Exp. Required •Industrial Administrative Fulltime (Engineering/Blue Print Readings required) •CNC OP/ MAOP •Part-time Janitorial (Ability to lift 50lbs) •Front Counter Experience (Leasing/Rental) •Warehouse (Moving and Storage company looking for loaders/unloaders) •Powder Coaters (Exp. req)

Immediate Opening for ASE Certified Tech. Competitive pay. Apply in person at Bilton Lincoln 70 W Wesmark Blvd

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

RENTALS Unfurnished Apartments 2BR/2BA, Close to Sumter Mall. All appl & water included, W/D hookup. $600/mo + dep. (803) 491-5618. Avail now. Large 3BR 2BA Town Home in Historic Neighborhood $950 Dep/Rent Call 468-1900 Oakland Plantation Apts. 5501 Edgehill Rd 499-2157 1 & 2 BR apartments available. Applications accepted Mon., Wed. & Fri. 8am-4:30pm.

Trucking Opportunities

Senior Living Apartments for those 62+ (Rent based on income) Shiloh-Randolph Manor 125 W. Bartlette. 775-0575 Studio/1 Bedroom apartments available EHO

Drivers: Local/Regional/OTR. Excellent Pay/Benefit Package Great Pay/Consistent Miles, Daily/Weekly/Bi-Weekly Hometime. CDL-A 1yrs OTR exp. req. 855-842-8498

Medical Help Wanted Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Certified MLT needed for busy multi-specialty clinic. Experience in automated Hematology & Chemistry, Immunology - test kits, Microbiology and Toxicology collection is needed. Must have excellent organizational skills, a positive attitude & be a good team player. Phlebotomy skills are required. Supervisory skills are preferred. For consideration, please mail your resume to: M-348 c/o The Item, PO Box 1677, Sumter SC 29151. Receptionist needed for busy medical practice. Duties include answering telephone, scheduling appointments, and greeting patients. Competitive salary and benefits including health insurance, 401k, profit sharing, and other benefits. Please fax resume to (803) 404-5036 or email to dgavin@palmettoretina.com.

Work Wanted Will sit with sick & elderly along with cleaning, cooking and errands. Ref. avail. upon request. Call 840-5776

Montreat St. (off Miller Rd.) 2BR 1BA, appliances, no pets $350 /375 mo + dep. 803-316-8105. SOUTH FORGE APTS. 1 & 2 BR Water, stove & frig furnished. Linda at 803-494-8443

Unfurnished Homes 977 Hwy 401 2BR/2BA Private lot No pets. $425/mo + 400 dep. 803-506-2370 3 BR house (on 301 N of Manning). $600/mo + $600/dep. 473-3301 Close to Shaw. Dalzell 3br 2ba brick, fenced yd, screen porch, all appl. C/H/A No Pets. $800 /mo+dep 803-316-8105 Beautiful 6BR 4BA home. 10 mi. from Contential Tire. Den, LR, DR, Lg kitchen w/Island, W/D hook-up. Featuring hardwood tile and carpet. Over-sized BRs & BAs. Huge fenced yard. Back/front patio. Like new. $1,250/mo + $1,250/dep. Call 803-316-7958 or 773-1838 between 9am-6pm Mon-Fri. 709 Haile, 3BR/2BA, 2,200 sq ft. Alice Drives Schools. Carport, fireplace, stove, dishwasher, hardwood, and carpet. $1,200/mo + sec. Call 803-983-1811. 3 or 4BR house (N of Manning on 301). $700/mo + $700/dep. 473-3301

Applications accepted Mon.-Wed. at either 8:30am or 1:00pm. Please call the office to inquire about what you need to bring with you when registering! (Sumter) 803-938-8100. Thank you for voting us BEST OF THE BEST employment Agency!!!

Driver Needed Palmetto Gas Co. Good pay and benefits. CDL Class A. Haz and tanker preferred. Good Driving record, home every night. Contact Pat Joyner 803-775-1002 or 803-840-5337

I’ve never seen so many cars and people! What do you think is going on over there? Well, I was told she’s having one of those ‘Garage Sales.’ Can you imagine?! Minnie told me she made over $100 last time she had one... Just by placing a Classified Ad in

Do you think we should have one and place an ad? It sure would help with Spring Cleaning!

20 N. Magnolia St. Sumter, SC 803.774.1234 www.theitem.com


D4

CLASSIFIEDS

THE ITEM

Got questions?

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

She’s got answers.

Classified Accounts, Circulation, Church News, and etc.

DONNA DAWSON

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

20 N. MAGNOLIA ST. Unfurnished Homes Shannon Dr. behind Jehovah Church & Layfette. 3BR 1BA, completely remodeled, like new! Fenced yard, den, dining room, C/H/A. $600 sec. dep + $600 mo. Section 8 welcome! Call Mon - Fri between 9 am - 6 pm 803-316-7958 or 803-773-1838.

Mobile Home Rentals

STATEBURG COURTYARD 2 & 3 BRs 803-494-4015

3BR/1.5BA, all appl. incl. C/H/A, water & sewer incl. $385/mo + dep. Call 803-464-5757. (Scenic Lake) 3BR 2BA 16x80. No pets Call 803-499-1500. From 9am- 5pm 242 Tullah 3BR/2BA $550/Mo., 1096 A Cherryvale Dr. 2BR/1BA $450/mo, 4115 Zachary Rd. 3BR /1BA $435/Mo, Sec Dep. starting at $250, Sec. 8 Ok. Call 773-8022 Oaklawn MHP: 2 BR M.H.'s, water/sewer/garbage pk-up incl'd. RV parking avail. Call 494-8350 WE'VE MOVED. Vestco, Palmetto & Southland Properties & Lafayette Gold and Silver. 480 E Liberty Street (inside Coca-Cola building), 773-8022 WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN!! 2 & 3 Bedroom homes available, with low monthly payments financing options available! For more info call 803 469-8515 or visit us at www.mhcomm.com GOING FAST 3BR 2BA Homes available for immediate occupancy. Country living with city convenience. For more info please call 803-469-8515 or visit us at www.mhcomm.com.

Mobile Home Rentals

WE'VE MOVED Vestco Southland, Palmetto Properties & Lafayette Gold and Silver 480 E. Liberty Street (Inside the Coca-Cola bldg). We buy Gold, Silver, Jewelry, Silver Coins/Collections, Sterling, Diamonds, Pocket & Wrist Watches. Business Hours Mon-Fri 8:30AM-5:30PM, Sat 8AM-2PM. 803-773-8022

Mobile Home Lot Rentals 130 Hoyt St. Sumter County close to downtown. Call 864-349-1400.

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

Manufactured Housing

REAL ESTATE Real Estate Wanted Non-profit organization looking for 5-10 ac. of Farm Land, partially cleared in Sumter. Please email: katsspecialkneads@yahoo.com

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

Autos For Sale

1996 Chevy S10 Ext Cab, exc. cond. Runs great. Good Heat/AC. Clean inside/out. $2,600. 803-447-5453

2005 Buick Park Avenue Ultra, Loaded. High mileage, but exc. condition. Many extras. Must see. $5,000. 803-840-1215

2006 Chevy Avalanche LT Z71 PKG 4x4 Chrome Bumpers & Running Boards. All extras 109k miles. Call 803-934-6124 or 803-469-9232

Miscellaneous

Farms & Acreage

(2) 3 & 4BR/2BA (Dalzell). Easy Financing. 803-983-8084

99 Horton D/W, 27x64, 3 br, 2 ba, LR, DR, lg eat in kit., side patio, $18,000. Call 803-406-3437

Autos For Sale

2540 Burt Gin Rd, Wedgefield .9 acres with storage bldg $150 mo. Agent Owned. Call 236-2425

Manufactured Housing

REDUCED 3BR/2BA DW on 1 ac in a quiet wooded area mins from Shaw. Den, DR, all appl's, large front/back porch. Storm doors windows. $53,000. 803-983-1300

TRANSPORTATION

1998 Ford Taurus, white 4Dr, Good body & int. Not running, needs fuel pump. $700 OBO Call 316-5569

Mobile Home Lots

Homes for Sale Nice brick 822 Acacia Dr. 1,750 sq ft 3BR/2BA home on .40 acres. Central location to Shaw & Sumter. $154,900. 803-236-7216

ĉĀăđĈĈąđāĂĀĀƫƫwww.theitem.com

Looking for 75-105 Acres of farm land with partial woods. Call 494-3515 For Sale By Owner, 10 Acres, 8 miles to Sumter. $55,000. Owner Financing 803-427-3888.

New 6 volt Golf Kart Batteries $85.95 + tax and exchange. Group 31 truck batteries $65 + tax and exchange. Dealer Discount. Auto Electric Co. 773-4381.

Vacation Rentals Santee/Lake Marion: Sandy 200 ft beach, 3BR, dock, sleeps 6-7. Disc. for military. 803-492-3077

Office Rentals 1000 sqft office space for lease. 2 offices, conference room and reception area. 730-C Broad St., $650/mo. Call (803) 494-6204

Commercial Rentals 35,000 Sq Ft. Warehouse for rent. 803-773-8022 Building for rent could use for Church or Other. Near Manning on Silver Rd. 803-473-3301

The Perfect Housewarming Gift The Sumter Item is locally owned and run. We’re part of this community and we believe in Sumter.

20 N. Magnolia St. | Sumter, SC 803.774.1200 www.theitem.com


THE SUMTER ITEM

MARRIAGE LICENSES Paul Clayton Lewis and Santana Corell Isaac; Gary Edward West and Sarah Adrienne Stodghill; Robert Lee Hannibal and Terri Temeka Pollard, both of Rembert; Elmer Doyle Lovejoy and Heather Babette Weatherly, both of Elgin; Curtis James Nye and Samantha Kayla Elizabeth Yarbrough; Paul Antonio Edwards of Camden and Laquanda Roberson of Timmonsville; Matthew Joseph Wenger of West Columbia and Allison Marie Hafner; Leandrea Christopher Gibbs and Crystal Yvonne Morris; David Woodrow Elmore and Ashley Yvonne Phillips, both of Bishopville; Ernest Rose and Ivory Montgomery McCoy of Alcolu; Jason Damien Guest of Manning and Shaketia Maria Sinkler. Zachary Asher Collins and Darien Brittani Matter; Joseph William Johnson and Myrishia Ann Wilson of Lynchburg; Justin Kyle Felder and Miranda Faye Howard; Joshua Adam Karsten and Leslie Leann Atkinson, both of Wedgefield; Marcus Mellette and Tahara Lee Gipson; James Patrick Yates and Jeannie Sue Dangerfield, both of Alcolu; Brandon Michael Mattern and Melissa Susan Pryszmant; Steven Tyler McElveen and Sara Margaret Lowder; Brian Christopher Rash of Hanahan and Anastasia Leonidovna Zhuravlyova; John Joseph Gainey and Demma Elizabeth Coker-Ingram, both of Manning; Dexter Dewayne Tapley and Elizabeth Verene Howell, both of Dalzell; Dane Alexander Griffin and Hillary Rene Dick.

PROPERTY TRANSFERS Daniel Lee and Therese A. Hussey to Daniel Lee Hussey and Therese A. Bratberg, one lot, one building, 2365 Autumn Terrace, $5 etc.; Brown & Martin Co. Inc. to Charles M. Smith, four buildings, 1580 Airport Road, $120,000; Milan Homes Inc. to Redus One LLC, one lot, 1180 Chivalry St., $47,300; Milan Homes Inc. to Redus One LLC, one lot, 1195 Floyd Drive, $47,300; Milan Homes Inc. (all interest) to Redus One LLC, one lot, 1105 Chivalry St., $47,300; Milan Homes Inc. to Redus One LLC, one lot, 1355 Mayfield Drive, $24,800; Eva Payne to Eva Payne (lifetime estate), Westbury Mill Road, $5 etc.; Eva G. Payne to Eva G. Payne (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 4175 Champagne Lane, $5 etc. Roosevelt and Naomi Sanders to Naomi Sanders, one building, 5605 Borden Road, $5 etc.; William P. and Louis Simmons to William P. Simmons, one lot, one building, 2645 Yank Haven Drive, $5 etc.; Robert Harley and Mary France Walters to Mary F. Walters, four buildings, 4095 River Road, $5 etc.; Douglas C. Brunson to Douglas C. Brunson (lifetime estate), one building, off of Plowden Mill Road, $5 etc.; Williamsburg Subdivision LLC to Gainey Construction Co. LLC, one lot, 3130 British Lane, $5 etc.; Melvin Jr. and Ethel McF Muldrow to Melvin Muldrow Jr., 6285 Trlr Lane / South Brick Church, $5 etc.; D&L Properties of Sumter LLC to Patrick Thomas James, Long Leaf Drive, $152,000. Patrick Thomas James to Patrick Thomas and Kiyana B. James, Long Leaf Drive, $5 etc.; D&L Properties of Sumter LLC (interest of Garland Nettles et al) to Patrick Thomas and Kiyana B. James, Longleaf Drive, $500,000; Pleasant Grove Baptist Church to Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, two buildings, 1000 Pleasant Grove Road, $11,750; Bobby and Sudean S. Hanna to James B. and Kathy S. Cole, 611 E. Liberty St., $187,500; Vikki L. Brogdon and Parimuha to John Michael Parimuha, 3575 Old Manning Road, $5 etc.; Vikki L. Brogdon and Parimuha to James Reid Parimuha, 1940 Birddog Lane, $5 etc.; Wilber E. Lowder to Wilbur E. Lowder III, 3050 Britton Road, $5 etc. Paul A. Racicot to Paul A. Racicot II, 5415 Bracy Mill Road, $5 etc.; David Reeser to Stonequarters LLC, two buildings, 2910 Thomas Sumter Highway, $180,000; Margaret R. Newman to Kyle Griffin, 3360 Congruity Road, $12,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Mungo Homes Inc., 90 Masters Drive, $26,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Mungo Homes Inc., 84 Masters Drive, $26,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Mungo Homes Inc., 78 Masters Drive, $26,000; Dunlap Properties LP to Mungo Homes Inc., 72 Masters Drive, $26,000; Gainey Construction Co. LLC to Charles and Doris E. Andrews, one lot, 3130 British Lane, $154,000; Frances W. Johnson and Leroy Franklin (trustees) to W.R. McLeod, one building, Britton Road, $1,731,600. Frances W. Johnson and Leroy Franklin (trustees) to W.R. McLeod, $5 etc.; Frances W. Johnson and Leroy Franklin (trustees) to W.R. McLeod, Tearcoat Branch Road, 5 etc.; Frances W. Johnson and Leroy Franklin (trustees) to W.R. McLeod, French Williams / Brit, $5 etc.; Robert L. Sisson to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr., one lot, 104 Graham St., $5 etc.; Robert L. Sisson to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr., one lot, two buildings, 102 Boulevard Road, $5 etc.; B&M Properties of Sumter LLC to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr., one lot, two buildings, 61 Commerce St., $5 etc.; B&M Properties of

PUBLIC RECORD Sumter LLC to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr., one lot, one building, 71 Commerce St., $5 etc. Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr. et al to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr. and Willie W. Johnson Jr., one lot, two buildings, 61 Commerce St., $5 etc.; Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr. et al to Kimberly A. Sisson and Robert L. Sisson Jr. and Willie W. Johnson Jr., one lot, one building, 71 Commerce St., $5 etc.; CBS Properties LLC to Surfside Boys LLC, one lot, two buildings, 1150 Manning Road, $5 etc.; CBS Properties LLC to Surfside Boys LLC, one lot, 1206 Manning Road, $5 etc.; Debra Y. Sisson (interest of Loyd Young) to Debra Y. Sisson, one lot, two buildings, 1953-1957 McCrays Mill Road, $5 etc. Ronald Gaines to Sherron N. and Rhonda S. Gaines, one lot, 31 Hatfield St., $5 etc.; Ronald Gaines to Sherron N. and Rhonda S. Gaines, one lot, one building, 33 Hatfield St., $5 etc.; Ronald Gaines to Sherron N. and Rhonda S. Gaines, two buildings, 33 James Haskell Road, $5 etc.; Ronald Gaines to Sherron N. and Rhonda S. Gaines, one building, 33 James Haskell Road, $5 etc.; Sidney Beasley Newman Jr. to Margaret R. Newman, Congruity Road, $5 etc.; James D. Saunders to A.K. Tidwell and Billy Simpson dba S&T Land Development, one lot, one building, 9 Creed St., $10,000; Margaret R. Newman to Doyle E. and Philisa D. Edge, Congruity Road, $15,000. Margaret R. Newman to Doyle E. and Philisa D. Edge, Plowden Mill Road, $15,000; Robert W. Walton Sr. and Robert W. Walton Jr. to Robert W. Walton Jr. and Shane Bradley, one lot, one building, 404 Loring Drive, $5 etc.; Robert W. Walton Sr. and Robert W. Walton Jr. to Robert W. Walton Jr. and Shane Bradley, one lot, one building, 406 Loring Drive, $5 etc.; Robert W. Walton Sr. and Robert W. Walton Jr. to Robert W. Walton Jr. and Shane Bradley, one lot, one building, 408 Loring Drive, $5 etc.; Robert W. Walton Sr. and Robert W. Walton Jr. to Robert W. Walton Jr. and Shane Bradley, one lot, one building, 412 Loring Drive, $5 etc. Robert W. Walton Sr. and Robert W. Walton Jr. to Robert W. Walton Jr. and Shane Bradley, one lot, one building, 417 Loring Drive, $5 etc.; Kelly R. Dodson and Barbara G. Robinson to Ronald Louis Jr. and Kelly R. Dodson, one lot, two buildings, 1787 Anburn Drive, $5 etc.; Joseph Sigler Jr. to Joseph M. Sigler, one lot, one building, 4390 Questria Drive, $5 etc.; Agnes P. Dwyer to Agnes Dwyer, one lot, one building, 310 Lemmon St., $5 etc.; Great Southern Homes Inc. to Abel C. Gay II, one lot, 298 Aberlour Drive, $193,725; John R. and Katherine A. Krueger to Federal National Mortgage Association, one lot, one building, 1413 Camden Highway, $5 etc. Gainey Construction Co. LLC to David S. Reeser, one lot, 3325 Valencia Drive, $26,674; Alok S. and Kellie L. Patel to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., one lot, two buildings, 720 Cardinal St., $2,500; Leah M. Miske to Trustmark National Bank, one lot, one building, 3199 Explorer Drive, $139,919; Christina M. and Terry L. Truett to U.S. Bank NA (trustee), one lot, two buildings, 1831 Queen Chapel Road, $24,392; H. Curtis Edens Jr. Estate to Mark S. Edens Sr., one building, Black River Road, $70,000; Richard B. Jr., Alwin C., Claude G. and Charles R. Burns to Charles R. Burns, one lot, one building, 59 Tucson Drive, $5 etc. H.C. Edens Jr. Estate to Mark S. Edens Sr., three buildings, 3905 Black River Road, $210,000; Ivan J. Schlager to Tammy E. Pannell and Antonina H. Stroebel, one lot, one building, 1019 Cutleaf Drive, $72,000; Great Southern Homes Inc. to Russell B. Dillard, one lot, 242 Aberlour Drive, $117,500; Dessie P. Jackson to William P. and Emily R. Shoemake, one lot, one building, 560 Sears St., $5 etc.; Douglas and Wanda Witherspoon to Douglas Witherspoon, one lot, one building, 1038 N. Guignard Drive (15), $5 etc.; Maplecreek Properties LLC to Christopher C. and Ashley D. Hustad, one lot, one building, 305 Freedom Blvd., $155,000; Junius Vaughn to Junius Vaughn Estate, one building, 3955 St. Marks Road, $5 etc. Joanne Mardesich and trustee to Kathleen A. Teff, one lot, one building, 1041 Arnaud St., $112,000; David E. Mullen and Avant Construction LLC to Joseph A. Potts, one lot, four buildings, 1021 Robin Hood Ave., $85,000; Briana G. Wright to Briana G. Whitaker and Russell Whitaker Jr., one lot, one building, 344 Wildwood Ave., $5 etc.; Secretary of Housing & Urban Development to Brian Fossell, one lot, one building, 1465 Ruger Drive, $70,097; Uldine M. Rogers Estate to Harry M. and James B. Rogers, one building, 314 Pack Road, $5 etc.; Wells Fargo Bank NA to Sumter County, one lot, two buildings, 85 Pratt Ave., $5 etc. Wells Fargo Bank NA to Sumter County, one lot, 89 Pratt Ave., $5 etc.; Birdie L. Minor to Bertie L. Minor (lifetime estate), one lot, one building, 3450 Camden Highway, $5 etc.; Taw Pee Land Co. to Lacy L. Barras, one lot, 1565 Hidden Oaks Drive, $6,900; Joseph Chandler Ortmann and Fred William Ortmann III to Sheryl Cudd Ortmann and Joseph Chandler Ortmann,

one lot, one building, 13 Beaufain Drive, $5 etc.; William F. and Patricia I. Dolinger to Thomas S. and Christine Pugh, one lot, three buildings, 2710 Burning Tree Road, $80,000; Hyun Jim Bae to John G. Kirby, one lot, three buildings, 34 Pathfinder Drive, $258,500. Barry S. and Vicki L. Reed to Joleshcia C. Maple-Dow and Adrian J. Dow, one lot, two buildings, 3475 Delaware Drive, $100,000; Hurricane Construction Inc. to Marc C. and Christa Gauthier, one lot, 5550 Pershing Drive, $263,500; William Simpson to S&T Land Development, one lot, one building, 4960 Significant Drive, $5 etc.; Christopher Claus to Christopher and Amy Kirsten Claus, three buildings, 3075 Coronet Drive, $5 etc.; James M. Justice to James C. Justice Companies Inc., near Clarendon County line, $5 etc.; James Justice II to James C. Justice Companies Inc., Dials Bay, $5 etc.; James Justice II to James C. Justice Companies Inc., Dials Bay, $5 etc. James Justice II to James C. Justice Companies Inc., near Clarendon County line, $5 etc.; James Justice II to James C. Justice Companies Inc., Dials Bay, $5 etc.; Evergreen Turf Corp. to James C. Justice Companies Inc., Shiloh Township, $5 etc.; Robert C. McCoy Estate to Melissa M. Cromer, one lot, one building, 28 Camellia St., $5 etc.; Jason Tassone and Casandra Berghorn to Kimberly S. Williams, one lot, three buildings, 335 Myrtle Beach Highway, $64,000; Brenda Whaley to Brandon S. and Nicole L. Blaquiere, one lot, one building, 2417 Springvalley Drive, $99,000; Jeremy P. and Brittney Kay Kinne to Terry D. and Pleshette J. Kelly, one lot, one building, 2295 Presidio Drive, $261,000. U.S. Bank NA (trustee) to Vince and Catherine Watkins, one lot, two buildings, 863 Gordonia Drive, $72,000; Roger Richardson to Jaymaur LLC, one lot, one building, 1725 W. Oakland Ave., $5 etc.; Roger Richardson to Jaymaur LLC, one lot, one building, 304 West Ave. North, $5 etc.; Roger Richardson to Judy Ann Haselden, one lot, one building, 5145 Christine Drive, $15,000; Brunet Co. LLC to Jenkins Land Development LLC, one lot, two buildings, 1215-1225 S. Guignard Drive, $400,000; Brunetco LLC to Jenkins Land Development LLC, one lot, South Guignard Drive, $400,000; Ollie H. and Mary Hodge to Charlie R. Jr. and Anne F. Jameson, 3100 U.S. 521 South, $15,500. Keith Herman Hedstrom to Keith Herman Hedstrom and Alisha L. Moore, one lot, three buildings, 31 Bland St., Mayesville, $5 etc.; Teresa T. Dennis (lifetime estate resident) to Teresa T. Dennis, one lot, one building, 2814 Tindal Road, $5 etc.; Robert S. and Peggy P. Hedstrom to David P. Merchant, one lot, one building, 28 Paisley Park, $255,000; Nancy Smalls to Angela M. Weeks, one building, 5450 Cane Savannah Road, $5 etc.; Nancy Smalls to Annette L. Smalls, one lot, Cane Savannah Road, $5 etc.; Violet A. Parnell and Donald L. Jones to Violet A. Parnell, 3950 Lorene Drive, $5 etc.; Violet A. Parnell and Donald L. Jones to Violet A. Parnell, 3970 Lorene Drive, $5 etc. Violet A. Parnell and Donald L. Jones to Violet A. Parnell, 4000 Lorene Drive, $5 etc.; Bank of New York Mellon (trustee) to Leon Goodman, one lot, one building, 1064 Wellington Road, $30,000; Fran Jared and Jessica A. Wintin to Frank J. Wintin, one lot, one building, 3130 Expedition Drive, $5 etc.; Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. (trustee) to Norma J. Shadoan, one lot, one building, 5523 Oakcrest Road, $33,000; Covington B. Jr. and Mira McCall Watson to Todd J. and Larissa M. Cooper, two buildings, 13168-70 Lynches River Road, $29,000; James V. Harris to Harris Enterprise, one lot, one building, 516 S. Lafayette Drive, $5 etc. James Vernon Harris to Harris Enterprise, one lot, two buildings, 16 Harrison St., $5 etc.; James Vernon Harris to Harris Enterprise, one lot, 17 Harrison St., $5 etc.; James V. Harris to Harris Enterprise, one lot, one building, 33 S. Sumter St., $5 etc.; James V. Harris to Harris Enterprise, Boulevard Road, $5 etc.; James V. Harris to Harris Enterprise, one lot, 122 Hoyt St., $5 etc.; James V. Harris (interest of Willie J. Harris) to Harris Enterprise, one lot, one building, 752 Olive St., $5 etc.; Edward A. and Amanda B. Adams to Edward A. Adams, one lot, one building, 201 Hasel St., $5 etc.; Robbie C. Leviner to Brian S. and Cylest M. Gourley, one lot, two buildings, 2692 McCrays Mill Road, $130,000. Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Steven T. McElveen, one lot, one building, 1779 Polaris Drive, $97,000; Joseph T. Davis to Nicole L. Banar, 6797 Gulledge Court, $10,000; M & M Properties of Sumter LLC to Howard R. Thomas, one lot, one building, Second Level, Building C, Apartment 6, $23,000; Barron P. Hite to Daniel F. and Laura F. Barber, one lot, one building, 409 Haynsworth, $128,500; Kerry M. and Kelli B. Oxendine to PHH Mortgage Corp., one lot, two buildings, 45 Bridgepointe Drive, $149,500; Pinewood Baptist Church to

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

D5

Charles W. and Elizabeth H. Hinson, one lot, one building, 347 Reynolds Road, Pinewood, $118,000. Frederica L. Prince to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., one lot, one building, 18 Lakeside Drive, $74,699; Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Jesse E. McLeod, one lot, one building, 18 Lakeside Drive, $13,000; Meredith Homes Inc. to Jennifer C. Rogerson, one lot, 239 Keels Road, $170,000; C. Scott and Ashley Rae Martin to Steven A. and Chelsea A. Gillis, one lot, one building, 2595 Stirrup Lane, $163,000; Michael Bryan and Shandi T. Wallace to Andre Laperle, one lot, one building, 2770 Watermark Drive, $99,900; Susan D. Roberts to JMJ Homes LLC, one lot, 64 Ellen Drive, $23,000; Jerry Lee and Deborah E. Shadbolt to Monty L. Kuhn, one lot, four buildings, 3145 Tamarah Way, $202,200. Leeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Preserve LLC to Ashley Hunter Ives, 3500 Preserve Court, $91,500; Kyle A. and Tamara L. Gerow to Gerard V. and Stacy M. Garcia, one lot, five buildings, 730 Haynsworth St., $146,000; M. Reed Beebe to Stephen F. Arscott, one building, 135 W. Wesmark Blvd., $275,000; Sandra Elizabeth Johnson Campbell to Alderman Holdings LLC, one lot, two buildings, 576 Harriett Road, $31,000; Carolyn Childers to Carolyn Childers (lifetime estate), one lot, 520 Timmerman St., $5 etc.; First Citizens Bank to AC Investments Co. Inc., one lot, one building, 41 Reed St., $16,000; Forman U. and Linda P. Irick to Linda P. Irick, U.S. 521 South, $5 etc. Joseph C. Heriot Jr. to Norma S. Heriot, one lot, one building, 652 Henderson St., $5 etc.; James Gregory and Jenny Rebecca Lewis to Robert E. Jr. and Shelly M. Hopkins, one lot, two buildings, 2965 Tidewater Drive, $265,500; Elaine B. and Charles R. Duncan to City of Sumter, one lot, two buildings, 846 W. Liberty St., $5 etc.; Gainey Construction Co. LLC to Anthony R. Ortiz, one lot, 20 Willcroft Circle, $169,900; Jason Terrell Walker (lifetime estate resident) to Lakeshia P. Simon, 4465 E. Brewington Road, $5 etc.; Donald l. Nichols to Dixie Properties LLC, one lot, two buildings, 11 Bon View, $31,789; Terry A. Anderson to McKinley L. Jr. and Jarvais A. Wilson, 2245 Boulevard Road, $3,500. Jesse E. McLeod dba Vestco to Westley E. Osteen, one lot, 4185 Zachary Road, $1,000; Donald E. Holliday Jr. to Southland Properties of Sumter Inc., one lot, three buildings, 971 Meadowbrook Road, $20,000; Belva A. Sweat to Southland Properties of Sumter Inc., one lot, one building, 902 Gene Drive / 4601 Oak Road, $8,000; James L. McCool Estate to Judith Leigh and Benjamin Tyler McCool, one lot, two buildings, 2253 Gingko Drive, $5 etc.; Mattie D. Goode to Onta J. and Jocelyn R. Parson, one lot, one building, 1015 Kingsbury Drive, $132,000; James Harold and Naomi Lonon to James Harold and Naomi Lonon (lifetime estate), one lot, two buildings, 509 Knightbridge Road, $5 etc. Ronald E. Connor to Carolyn Timmons, one lot, 17 buildings, 6-28 Burgess Court, $50,000; Nathan Davis to Santee Lynches Affordable Housing and CDC, one lot, one building, 3307 Annie St., $75,000; Jesse McLeod to Janice and Shirley Pearson, one lot, 1015 Old Pocalla Road, $5 etc.; Mygrayone LLC to Robert Lee Wilson Sr., one lot, 203 Willow St., $8,000; Mygrayone LLC to Robert Lee Wilson Sr., one lot, 201 Willow St., Mayesville, $8,000; Ronald E. Conner to Carolyn Timmons, one lot, two buildings, 123 Broad St., $48,000; Ronald E. Conner to Carolyn Timmons, one lot, one building, back lot, $48,000; S.C. State Housing Finance & Development Authority to Santee Lynches Affordable Housing and CDC, one lot, one building, 3310 Annie St., $47,000. Federal National Mortgage Association to Shawn Erick Hodge, one building, 4715 Huckabee Road, $13,650; Lee M. and Vangie S. Drew to James W. and Judith S. Lewis, one lot, one building, 1085 Willcroft Drive, $177,500; Mark A. and Robin M. Sanders to Alvin A. Corerobles and Isamarys Core-Nieves, one lot, one building, 1724 Polaris Drive, $139,900; JM Dyers Inc. to Briggs-Shaffner Acquisition Co., one building, 367 Brooklyn St., $140,000; Neil S. Scoggins and Michelle S. Duvall to Michelle S. Duvall, one lot, four buildings, 30 Baldpate Cove, $5 etc.; Federal National Mortgage Association to Herbert B. and Mattie E. Mager, one lot, one building, 1054 Robin Hood Ave., $36,000. Paul B. Freese and Irina Minikh to Aaron D. Norgrant, one lot, one building, 2610 Maidenhair Lane, $135,000; Charles L. Lustig to Charels L. and Kincler F. Lustig, one lot, one building, 2353 Mount Vernon Drive, $5 etc.; Carolina Construction of Sumter LLC to Tamiko D. Wright, one lot, 490 Loring Mill Road, $121,000; Thomasena S. Singleton to Charlie Singleton Jr., two buildings, 5335 Longbranch Drive, $5 etc.; Joey and Betty Lou Anderson to Joey Anderson Sr., Fletcher Drive, $5 etc.; Robert Ross Dinkins to Wesmark LLC, one lot, one building, 11 W. Wesmark Blvd., $705,000; Robert Ross Dinkins to Wesmark LLC, one lot, one building, 1106 Broad St., $705,000; Robert Ross Dinkins to Wesmark LLC, one lot, one building, 1102 Broad St., $705,000.


D6

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

Item: Outdoors BOATS & MARINAS

Call the newsroom at: (803) 774-1226 | E-mail: pressrelease@theitem.com

A great day of fishing even with little caught I

’ve been waiting all spring for a chance to get down to my little fishing club in the Wateree Swamp. In fact, my lovely bride and I drove down there last Monday evening just to check out how high or low the water level was. Oh, it was beautiful, just the right stage and black in color, just like swamp water should be. I made plans with a good friend from church, Melvin, to go down for Earle some fishing Woodward on Friday. AFIELD & Melvin loves AFLOAT to fish in the upper swamp as much as I do; plans were finalized. Then the rains came on Thursday of last week. According to the WIS TV weather report, the Wateree Swamp had picked up 5 inches of rain from the system — not good. Even if the water didn’t rise that much, my fear was that it would be extremely muddy with that much run off. We talked about it and decided to reschedule for Monday. That didn’t keep Melvin from bad mouthing me at church for rescheduling; of course, I know he was just kidding. Monday rolled around and the weather was still unseasonably cool after the frontal passage and that was a concern, but Melvin and I were going to fish, and we really didn’t care how cool it was. We both like cool weather, but do the fish? We hauled the boat down into the swamp and through the old gate and got our first glimpse of the creek which looked a little high, but not too

bad. First impressions can be wrong. When we pulled around the corner to the boat landing my heart just sank, the water was well out into the “parking lot,” and I had a bad feeling that it wasn’t going to work out well. After some planning, let’s call it plan A, we decided that since the drive was gravel, we’d try to back down far enough to get the boat off of the trailer and fish anyway. Maybe if we ignored the water out in the flats and just fished the high banks, we could catch a fish or two. The truck was two lengths into the water and the back of the boat had yet to touch the surface. It became apparent that this boat was not coming off of this trailer at this boat landing. Time for plan B. Pack’s Landing is only about 30 minutes from the club, so back through the gate we went and headed south. I talked to Jim inside the store at the landing and the news was not encouraging. It seems fish really don’t like cool weather after all. He had been selling crickets to a couple of guys who had been catching a limit of bream every day; on the day we arrived they fished until around noon and had 10 bream. The consensus was that the cold front had just shut everything down. Hey, we were here to fish, and that’s what we were going to do. Every fisherman has his “go to” place and that’s where I headed. I have taken some really pretty bream and Shellcrackers from that spot and figured we could do it again. Besides, it was a long way from the crowds in Coca-Cola slough and behind Hamburger Island. As I usually do, when I’m trying to find fish, I’ll start by

casting a beetle-spin and retrieving it very slowly, it works almost every time. We’d been fishing for about 10 minutes without so much as a bump, when I looked to the left and saw two alligators laying up on a log in the sunshine. They weren’t real big, maybe six-footers, but it was nice to see them. They hightailed it when we got within about 50 yards. To make this as short as possible, we fished for over an hour without a single fish. It was pretty much unbelievable. Both Melvin and I know how to fish, and we were just plain striking out! We finally found some shallower water that had some grass associated with it and picked up our first fish, a redfin of about 4 inches; but it was a fish. Twenty yards on down the tree line, and a scrappy little, hand-size bream fell to the lure; and another just a bit farther down the line, had we finally found the fish? Not! In roughly three hours, Melvin and I — well not trying to be unkind to Melvin — but I, caught about 10 medium-size bream, a couple of redfin and a “Molly” of about 3 inches. If we had been looking to feed ourselves on the river bank, we’d have done alright, but we weren’t going to feed a crowd. All in all, it was a magnificent day, cool, bright sunshine and with great fellowship. While it wasn’t a great day of catching fish, it was a great day of fishing. If any major rain system will just stay away for a couple more days, I think the club will fall back out fairly quickly and stabilize in about a week. Melvin and I will be back, and hopefully hammer the bream, bass and jackfish.

BRAGGIN’ RIGHTS Father-and-son team Ronnie and Tripp Mills of Sumter show their winning catch in the first Sumter Chapter Delta Waterfowl Bass Tournament held May 3 at Pack’s Landing. The two had a total weight of 27.6 pounds. They also caught the big fish of the day. Second place was snagged by William and Dalton Griffith of Sumter, another father-and-son team, and third place went to Ricky Irick and Paul Geddings, also of Sumter. For additional information, visit Sumter Chapter Delta Waterfowl on Facebook.

Eating organic: Plants like it, too BY LEE REICH Associated Press Writer To get the most out of any organic fertilizer, keep in mind how plants feed and how these fertilizers act in the soil. The bulk of a plant’s feeder roots — whether it’s a midget marigold or a mighty oak — lie just beneath the surface, so generally there is no need to dig fertilizer deep into the soil. Anyway, low oxygen levels there would retard microbial growth, which is necessary to unlock nutrients from most organic fertilizers.

TO DIG OR NOT TO DIG An exception to that “no dig” rule is when phosphorus levels are low, as indicated by a soil test or stunted plants that are purplish when young or late to ripen. (Cold soil in spring also can cause a phosphorus deficiency, a temporary one that abates as soon as soil warms and roots start reaching out.) Phosphorus moves very slowly

in the soil, so the only way to get it quickly into the root zone is to mix it into the top 6 to 12 inches of soil. Once a soil is up to snuff with phosphorus, periodic surface applications can trickle down through the soil fast enough to maintain adequate levels throughout the root zone.

TIME YOUR FEEDING When should you apply organic fertilizers? Remember that the nutrients in most of them are initially insoluble and in forms that plants cannot use. Account for the time lag between application and nutrient release by spreading organic fertilizers a few weeks before planting. Even a few months before planting, or way back late last fall. Because soil microorganisms need time, warmth and moisture to release nutrients from organic fertilizers, plants may have to wait to eat in dry soil. Of course, plants grow but

little in dry soil, so their fertilizer needs are less. In this case, watering not only quenches a plant’s thirst, but also makes food available. Occasionally, you may have to tailor your fertilizer to special conditions. For instance, a spell of unseasonably cool weather in spring slows microbial activity. If you must spur plant growth then, apply a light application of some soluble organic fertilizer whose nutrients are quickly available — blood meal or fish emulsion, for example. A quick-acting fertilizer might also be needed when a plant is so hungry that it actually shows symptoms of starvation, such as yellowing, older leaves. Leaves can absorb nutrients directly, and for a really quick effect, you could spray a soluble organic fertilizer such as seaweed extract or fish emulsion right on leaves. Avoid plant injury by reading label directions and following specified rates carefully.

MCLEAN MARINE, INC. Serving Sumter & Surrounding areas since 1957. Parts, Sales, Service & Accessories. 455 E. Liberty Street, Sumter, SC 29150, 803-773-2290

WHERE BOATING FUN BEGINS. We sell boating accessories. Motor parts, fishing seats, trailer parts, propellers, boat covers, VHF radios. Always go to the boating authority. 1410 Hwy 15 South, Sumter, Sc 803-775-1324, www. sumtermarinesupply.com

LAND

Item: Outdoors is an inexpensive way to find new customers. If your business fits one of these categories, you could be here, too! Call 803-7741234 or 803-774-1237. Ammo & reloading equipment ATV’s, UTV’s & dirt bikes Bikes & biking Blinds & stands Boats & marinas Bow hunting Camping & gear Club membership Cooking, grilling & cookbooks

Deer corn Dog trainers Fishing & gear Guides Game meat & butchers Guns Hiking & gear Hunting & fishing clubs Hunting & gear Hunting dogs Land leases Taxidermists Water sports

LAND: SINCE 1966, IT HAS BEEN OUR ONLY BUSINESS. Representing buyers & sellers of multi-use acreage: Investment, Recreational, Development, Hunting, Timberland, Farming. For Sale: 92 acres of farm/timberland in Lee County. Dixon Tract. Asking $202,400 ($2,200/acre). Call Curtis Spencer 803773-5461 or visit www.afmLandSales. com for more properties available.

FISHING REPORT Lake Wateree Crappie: Fair. Veteran tournament angler Will Hinson reports that Wateree crappie fishing continues to improve each week, and by now most of the brushpiles in 12-20 feet of water are holding fish - although some are much better than others. Early in the day fish are suspended above the brush, but as the sun come up they will move lower into the brush. Bridge pilings are also producing, particularly in the heat of the day. Because of the shade fish are shallower in 6-11 feet of water - look for the shadiest, darkest spots around the bridges. Fish Stalker jigs in yellow, pearl and Ugly Green are all catching fish, and minnows on a plain hook will also work. The Summer Crappie Wild Cat Trail is starting this weekend, with one tournament on Stumpy Pond, two on Lake Wateree and the first of two summer tournaments this weekend on Fishing Creek. Tournament entry fee is $45.00 per boat, paying three places plus big fish. For more information contact Will at 843-250-5062. Lake Greenwood Largemouth Bass: Fair. Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that the shallow bite on Lake Greenwood is starting to slow down, although a few fish can still be caught around deeper docks. The best fishing is starting to be found around brushpiles located off deeper points and near channel swings. These fish will take big crankbaits like DD-22s as well as Ol’ Monster worms. In the morning and lasting as long as there is shade around the seawalls fish can be caught against the walls on PopRs, chuggers and other topwater lures. Bass will be feeding on bream shallow in the mornings and floating worms are also a good bet. Lake Monticello Catfish: Fair. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the big fish bite on Lake Monticello is still a little inconsistent, but very soon it should get and stay consistent. Right now the best bet is to fish in shallow water with deep water nearby, such as around humps with a sharp drop into deep water on one side, or off slowly tapering points that all of a sudden drop off. 5-35 feet is

often the most productive depth for all sizes of fish, and often the bigger fish will come from the areas closer to the drops into deeper water. Anchoring in those areas is the best bet right now as it lets the bait sit in front of the fish for longer as they travel up and down across the depth changes. Cut gizzard shad and white perch will generate fewer but bigger bites, while herring will generate more action but lots of nuisance bites from small fish if you are targeting big ones. Lake Murray Bream: Very good. Lake World reports that bream fishing is the best thing on the lake, with some shellcrackers on the beds and some off - but most up shallow. Locate fish using worms on the bottom around islands where clams are washed up on the banks and target very shallow water out to 8 feet. Crickets and worms fished shallow will also catch bluegill. Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the catfish bite has finally gotten pretty consistent. The best pattern is to anchor on humps and points with cut baits and stagger your baits at different depths, with the ideal depth zone getting shallower later in the day as water temperatures warm. Overall 10-20 feet has been the best depth. Cut herring is still effective but shrimp and dip baits are now working just as well. Santee Cooper System Bream: Fair to good. Captain Steve English reports that everything with bream this time of year is water temperature (and moon phase) dependent, and because water temperatures recently dropped 6-8 degrees the season was delayed. A few shellcracker are up shallow, but the majority of the shellcracker and almost all of the bluegill are out a little deeper. Some fish are holding in ditches and around humps, and others are around brushpiles suspended about 10 feet down in 20 feet of water. Fish should move up to spawn very, very soon. Striped bass: Fair to good. Captain Jim Glenn reports that since the first of May there has been an increase in the number of legal sized fish caught. Productive patterns include trolling, fishing live bait in 40-50 feet of water, and searching for schooling fish.

Tide Tables MONDAY, May 26

03:07 PM

-0.22 L

09:25 PM

6.08 H

12:48 AM

-0.05 L

06:47 AM

5.25 H

12:52 PM

-0.55 L

03:55 AM

0.04 L

07:14 PM

6.24 H

09:52 AM

4.89 H

03:49 PM

-0.01 L

10:05 PM

5.9 H

TUESDAY, May 27

FRIDAY, May 30

01:39 AM

-0.12 L

07:36 AM

5.18 H

01:39 PM

-0.5 L

04:36 AM

0.19 L

08:00 PM

6.26 H

10:35 AM

4.76 H

04:30 PM

0.22 L

10:44 PM

5.7 H

WEDNESDAY, May 28

SATURDAY, May 31

02:27 AM

-0.13 L

08:23 AM

5.11 H

02:24 PM

-0.39 L

05:15 AM

0.35 L

08:43 PM

6.2 H

11:18 AM

4.65 H

05:11 PM

0.46 L

11:24 PM

5.49 H

THURSDAY, May 29 03:12 AM

-0.07 L

09:08 AM

5.01 H

SUNDAY, June 1


THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY

May 25, 2011 2014 July 10,

COMICS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

E1


E2

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

COMICS

THE SUMTER ITEM


TELEVISION

THE SUMTER ITEM

Sunday, May 25 - 31, 2014

www.theitem.com Comedian Brent Morin plays a character having Comedian Brent Morin plays trouble finding the right a character having trouble woman on “Undateable,” finding the right on premiering atwoman 9:01 p.m. “Undateable,” premiering Thursday on NBC. Thursday at 9:01 p.m. on NBC.

SUNDAY DAYTIME MAY 25 TW FT

8 AM

8:30

9 AM

9:30

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

E3

At some point, everybody Bill Lawrence Debuts New Comedy feels ‘Undateable’ By Candace Havens FYI Television, Inc. By Candace Havens producer FYIExecutive Television, Inc. Bill Lawrence knows how to make people laugh. HeExecutive did it withproducer “Scrubs” Bill andLaw“Cougar Town.”knows In eachhow of those, he people had an rence to make eclecticHegroup friends who and hung laugh. did itofwith “Scrubs” “Cougar Town. In each ofand those, he out together a”great deal made had eclectic group friends eachanother laugh. Nowof he’s back on who hung out together a great network television and taking the deal made each other laugh. sameand approach with “Undateable,” Now he’s back on network premiering Thursday at 9:01televip.m. sion and taking the same approach on NBC. with ” premiering The“Undateable, series is about another group Thursday 9:01 p.m. on NBC. of friends at – most of them men The series is about another – who have problems getting dates. group of friends – most of them The chronically over-thinking bar men – who have problems getting ownerThe Justin (Brent Morin) meets dates. chronically over-thinkthe bar over-confident slacker ing owner Justin (BrentDanny Morin) (Chris the D’Elia) when he’s looking for meets over-confident slacker a roommate. oddball friends Danny (Chris Justin’s D’Elia) when he’s Shelly (Ron Brett (David looking for aFunches), roommate. Justin’s Fynn) and BurskiShelly (Rick (Ron Glassman) oddball friends Funchoften hinder his Fynn) datingand potential, es), Brett (David Burski (Rick oftenstart hinder his so heGlassman) and the others taking dating so who he and advice potential, from Danny, hasthe no others start taking advicetofrom difficulty finding women date, Danny, who no difficulty although he has is rather cluelessfindabout ing women toHis date, although relationships. older sister, he is rather about relationships. Leslie clueless (Bianca Kajlich), however, His older asister, Leslieinsight (Bianca Kaprovides bit more through jlich), however, provides a bit more a woman’s perspective. insight through a woman’s per“It was very much that Bill just spective. wants to put funny people on a “It was very much that Bill just show and it’s funny less about dating,” wants to put people on a Morinand saysit’s about the show. “It’s” show less about dating, less about Danny Morin says ‘Here aboutcomes the show. “It’sinless the leather women. I think about ‘Herejacket’ comesor Danny in the at somejacket’ point or in everybody’s life,at leather women. I think you feel undateable. Even Justin some point in everybody’s life, you Timberlake had toEven feel Justin undateable feel undateable. Timberlake to feel undateable with thathad blond curly hair – at that with thathe blond at that moment had curly to be hair like, –‘What am moment I doing?’ he had to be like, ‘What am I doing?’ “Like, everybody can go back and “Like, everybody can go back look at pictures of themselves and and look atwas pictures of themselves go, ‘What I thinking?’ I think and was I thinking?’ I thatgo, this‘What kind of pins on that mothink this kind of pinspeople’s on that ment that for these particular moment for these particular peolives, but at the end it’s really just ple’s lives, but at the end it’s really about friendship and about these

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

1:30

2 PM

people figuring out what they want to do and being comfortable with just about friendship and about who they are. You’re not going to these people figuring out what see every week, like, you’ve got to they want to do and being comwear a leather coat to get this girl. fortable with who they are. You’re No, it’s about some friends that not going to see every week, like, truly love otheraand really you’ve goteach to wear leather coat to don’t [dislike] themselves. It’s like get this girl. No, it’s about some Chris points out, ‘Oh, have this friends that truly loveyou each other flaw and this flaw.’ The flaws that and really don’t [dislike] themhe’s pointing arepoints all the out, things selves. It’s likeout Chris ‘Oh, the seemand to like youcharacters have this flaw thisabout flaw.’ themselves. I actually admireout my are The flaws that he’s pointing character in some sense because all the things the characters seem to like very about themselves. I actually you’re much in his head and he admire my characterthings in some sense definitely overthinks when you’re veryinterests. much in But his itbecause comes to his love definitely ifhead you and reallyhethink about overthinks it, he really things when it comes to his love likes who he is. Chris doesn’t like interests. But if you really think about who he is and that’s where a lot of it, he really likes who he is. Chris the comedy comes from. So, in a doesn’t like who he is and that’s sense him. that I comes don’t whereI aenvy lot of theNot comedy like myself. a comedian, so obvifrom. So, inI’m a sense I envy him. Not ously times miserable. That that I at don’t likeI’m myself. I’m a comecan headline: Brent Morin dian,besoyour obviously at times I’m mis–erable. miserable.” That can be your headline: One thing bothers Danny is Brent Morinthat – miserable. ” Justin’s break out inDanny song. is One need thingtothat bothers Justin’shates needthat to break song. “Chris in realout life,intoo,” “Chris hates real life, too, ” laughs Morin.that “Weinwere at the uplaughsand Morin. wereaatclip theofupfronts they“We showed the fronts Minnie and they showed a clip show. Driver was in frontofus the show. in and turnedMinnie aroundDriver to me was and said, fronthave us and turned around to me ‘You a beautiful voice.’ Chris and said, ‘You have a beautiful leaned over and said, ‘Don’t encourvoice.’ Chris leaned over and said, age him.’ He doesn’t even her. ‘Don’t encourage him. ’ Heknow doesn’t We were cracking up.” even know her. We were cracking D’Elia up. ” can say that because he andD’Elia Morincan have forhe saybeen thatfriends because years. Mosthave of thebeen castfriends are standup and Morin for comedians have worked years. Mostwho of the cast are standup together at one another.to-“I comedians whopoint haveorworked gether at one point another. was in college doing or standup and“I was Chris in college andI met at thedoing Ha Hastandup Café where met Chris at the Ha Ha Café started doing standup,” Morinwhere says. I started says. “He justdoing kind ofstandup, took me” Morin under his “He just of took me under his wing, kindkind of like big brother-little wing, kind of like brother, he was likebig mebrother-little and we brother,doing he was me things. and weSo, enenjoyed thelike same joyed doing So, we would kindthe of same go outthings. and play we would kind of go out and play bowling alleys and bars together. 2:30

3 PM

3:30

He was like a year and a half in, and I was just getting started. He bowling bars together. was good,alleys I was and 19, so obviously was like a year andweird a halfkind in, and I He wasn’t. So, it’s a very just getting started. He was ofI was full circle that we’re doing this good, I was 19, so obviously I show together. We actually sit in wasn’t. So, it’s a very weird kind of the wardrobe fullback circlethrough that we’re doing changes this during the tapingWe andactually I’ll just sit look show together. in atthe Chris and say, ‘Hey, remember back through wardrobe changwhen we used play bowling es during the to taping and I’ll just alleys together?’ at look at Chris andAnd say,he’ll ‘Hey,look rememme say,we ‘You’re to bowling make berand when usedgoing to play me cry.’together?’ And then And Rick, he’ll wholook is myat alleys me and say, ‘You’re goingcomplex, to make neighbor in my apartment meknown cry.’ And Rick, who is my I’ve himthen about four years. I neighbor in my apartment commet him through Chris, actually. We plex, I’vepretty known himbecame about four actually much like a years. I met him through Chris, acmarried couple. tually. We next actually much be“He lives doorpretty to me,” Morin came like “It’s a married couple. We are continues. like a sitcom. lives next door to me,” on a“He sitcom and I lived in a sitcom. Morin continues. “It’s like a sitcom. The door is always unlocked. He’d We are on a sitcom and I lived in a walk in atThe all door hours,isatalways 3 a.m.,unand sitcom. be like, ‘You’ve got in to at tryallthis turkey locked. He’d walk hours, at salad I made.’ Jewish 3 a.m., and beHe’s like,very ‘You’ve gotinto the way. He’ll cook, and ’he’ll try best this turkey salad I made. He’s be likeJewish shoes in off,the andbest thenway. he’llHe’ll very cook, andabout he’ll his be like off, complain back.shoes I always andlike, thenwe’re he’llmarried complain say, andabout Chrishis I always say, like,when we’reRick marisback. my mistress. In fact, riedI and Chris mistress. In and tested for isthemyshow, Rick was when and I tested the afact, waiter at aRick steak house and for I was Rick was a waiter a steak ashow, production assistant. So,atwe carhousefor andthe I was production assispooled testaand, of course, tant. So, we carpooled for the test we wanted this so badly that going and, of course, we wanted this so together made thetogether whole audition badly that going made process so easy. It was funny,so weeasy. the whole audition process would in thewecarwould beforesitthe test It wassit funny, in the and say to Rick, thisto car I’d before the test‘Listen, and I’difsay doesn’t go well, I need to bego with Rick, ‘Listen, if this doesn’t well, I you thistoweek,’ andyou he this said,week, ‘Brent, need be with ’ and listen if this doesn’t for me, he said, ‘Brent, listengoif well this doesn’t well for me, I don’t want to see I go don’t want to see you for a month.’ youthat’s for a month. And that’s And kind of ’what made kind us of what made us laugh. I honestly laugh. I honestly think that’s why think whygig webecause both got the we boththat’s got the there gig no because wason noour added was added there pressure pressure minds. This is so minds. Thisonisour so fun. We’re doing fun.whole We’reexperience doing this whole experithis together all ence together all the way up to the way up to even the press stuff. even the press stuff. It’s so weird.” It’s so weird.”

4 PM

4:30

5 PM

5:30

(7:30) Formula One Racing: Monaco Grand Prix: from WIS News 10 Sunday Awareness In Depth 2014 French Open: First Round: from Stade Roland Garros in Paris z{| (HD) PGA Champions Tour Golf: Senior PGA Championship: Final Round: from Harbor Circuit de Monaco z{| (HD) (HD) Shores in Benton Harbor, Mich. z{| (HD) Dr. Charles Stanley: Ad- CBS News Sunday Morning (HD) Face the Na- First Baptist Church First Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Griffith Turkey CBS Sports Spectacular PGA TOUR Golf: Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial: Final Round: from Colonial vancing in Faith tion (N) Baptist gram gram Neck? no~ (HD) Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas z{| (HD) Good Morning America This Week with George Trenholm Paid Pro- Indianapolis 500 Pre-Race IndyCar Series: 2014 Indianapolis 500: from Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Ind. z{| World of X Games (HD) Red Carpet Castle: Scared to Death Weekend (N) (HD) Stephanopoulos (N) Road gram (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) Cursed DVD. (HD) Peg + Cat WordWorld FETCH! (HD) Cyberchase Religion Moyers (HD) To the Con- McLaughlin Car. Bus. Consuelo Palmetto Our School The Lost Bird Project (HD) Once a Ma- Yesteryear South Carolinians in WWII Southern Calling To(HD) (HD) Ethics (N) trary (HD) (N) Mack (N) (HD) rine kyo (N) New Direc- Lampkin New Hope OnPoint! FOX News Sunday with Coach’s Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Alice in Wonderland (‘10, Fantasy) BBB Johnny Depp. A young The Simp- The Simp- Denny Hamlin Short Track NASCAR tion Show Church Chris Wallace (HD) Show gram gram gram woman returns to Wonderland. sons sons Showdown Sprint First Church of Our Lord On the Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Edgemont Girl Meets Boy (‘13, Comedy) BB Ben Savage. Adver- Open House MyDestina- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Da Vinci’s Inquest: Comedy.TV Eric Andre. Jesus Christ Money (N) Mark lies. saries double-book a private cabin. (N) tion.TV gram gram Oppenheimer Park

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Barry’d Barry’d Barry’d Barry’d Storage Storage Storage Storage Heartbreak Ridge (‘86, Drama) Clint Eastwood. Sgt. trains recruits (HD) Glory (‘89, Drama) BBBD Matthew Broderick. Race and war. TURN: Series Premiere (HD) TURN (HD) TURN (HD) TURN (HD) Untamed (HD) World’s (HD) Devoured Snake (HD) Super Squid (HD) Man-Eating Cats (HD) Man-Eating Wolf (HD) River Monsters: Unhooked (HD) Body Found Extended Legend analyzed. (HD) (6:00) Inspiration Jones Gospel (HD) Voice (N) Love in the Nick of Tyme (‘09, Comedy) Morris Chestnut. The Longshots (‘08, Family) D Ice Cube. Girl joins team. Deliver Us from Eva (‘03, Comedy) BB LL Cool J. New York: Reach High (:57) Housewife (:58) Housewife (:59) Housewife Housewife Housewife Medicine Medicine Medicine Medicine Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid New Day Politics State of the Union (HD) Fareed Zakaria (HD) Reliable Sources State of the Union (HD) Fareed Zakaria (HD) CNN Newsroom Sunday The latest worldwide news and updates. Chapplle Chapplle Chapplle Chapplle Chapplle Chapplle Bubble Boy (‘01, Comedy) Jake Gyllenhaal. (HD) (:58) Weekend at Bernie’s (‘89) BBD (HD) South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Jake and Sofia (HD) Friends I Didn’t Austin Liv (HD) I Didn’t Jessie Austin Austin Austin Blog Blog Jessie Jessie Jessie Good Luck Good Luck Liv (HD) Liv (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Moonshiners (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Outside Sport Rpt SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) 2014 NCAA Softball Championship (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2014 NCAA Softball Championship (HD) NCAA Softball (HD) (5:00) 2014 French Open: First Round z{| Outside Sport Rpt NBA (HD) Fantasy SportsCenter (HD) College Baseball: from Newbridge Bank Park in Greensboro, N.C. (HD) Update College Baseball z{| (HD) The Muppets (‘11) BBB Jason Segel. (HD) The Flintstones (‘94) BB John Goodman. (HD) Richie Rich (‘94) BB Macaulay Culkin. (HD) Jumanji (‘95, Fantasy) BBD Robin Williams. (HD) Casper (‘95, Fantasy) BBD Christina Ricci. (HD) Week in a Day (HD) Pioneer Trisha’s Southern Giada Sandwich Guy Bite Kitchen Trisha’s Pioneer Save My Diners Diners Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) FOX & Friends (HD) FOX & Friends (HD) Sunday Morning (N) MediaBuzz (N) News HQ Housecall News HQ (DC) (HD) FOX News (HD) Respected News HQ Carol Alt Housecall MediaBuzz FOX Sports Paid Paid Paid Courtside Dumbest Game 365 Polaris Kentucky Behind the World Poker (HD) PowerShares Tennis Series: Nashville no~ Under Braves MLB Baseball (HD) Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Middle Middle Undercover Bridesmaid (‘12) Bodyguard. (HD) Honeymoon for One (‘11) Cheating fiancé. (HD) I Married Who? (‘12) BBD Kellie Martin. (HD) Flop Flop Flop Flop Flop Flop Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Built America (HD) The Men Who Built America (HD) The Men Who Built America (HD) The Men Who Built America (HD) Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Stanley Paid Paid Paid Paid Rocky V (‘90, Drama) BB Sylvester Stallone. Rocky’s protégé. Rocky IV (‘85, Drama) BBD Sylvester Stallone. Rocky (‘76, Drama) BBBD Sylvester Stallone. Rocky II Amazing David Jere Osteen Paid (HD) Because I Said So (‘07) BB Diane Keaton. (HD) My Sister’s Keeper (‘09) BBB Abigail Breslin. (HD) A Walk to Remember (‘02) Shane West. (HD) You Again (‘10, Comedy) BBD Kristen Bell. (HD) Up w/ Steve Kornacki Pundit panel. (HD) Melissa Harris-Perry Political talk. (N) (HD) Alex Witt (HD) Taking the Hill (HD) MSNBC Live Live news. (HD) Karen Finney (HD) Caught (HD) Megaforce Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge TMNT TMNT Fairly Fairly Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Thunderman Haunted Sanjay Breadwinne Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Paid Paid PowerNat. PowerNat. PowerNat. PowerNat. Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Paid Paid Twilight Twilight Mars Attacks! (‘96, Science Fiction) BBD Jack Nicholson. Final Destination 2 (‘03, Thriller) Ali Larter. (HD) The Uninvited (‘09, Horror) BBD Emily Browning. Outlander (‘08) Jim Caviezel. (HD) Friends Friends Friends Friends Race To Witch Mountain (‘09) BBD (HD) Sky High (‘05, Family) BBD Kelly Preston. Home Alone (‘90, Comedy) Macaulay Culkin. Diary of a Wimpy Kid (‘10) BBD Zachary Gordon. Imitation See Here, Private Hargrove (‘44) (:15) What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (‘45) BB Mister Roberts (‘55, Comedy) Henry Fonda. Ensign Pulver (‘64, Comedy) BB Walter Matthau. (:15) Pillow to Post (‘45, Comedy) Ida Lupino. Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Red Dawn (‘84, Action) BBD Patrick Swayze. (HD) 10,000 B.C. (‘08, Drama) BD Steven Strait. (HD) Paid Paid Paid Paid Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach Jokers Jokers truTV Top truTV Top truTV Top Funniest Gilligan’s Gilligan’s Gilligan’s Gilligan’s Gilligan’s Gilligan’s Island (HD) Gilligan’s 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. (:48) 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. 3’s Co. Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Paid Paid NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Two-Faced (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Secrets (HD) NCIS (HD) Paid Paid Paid Paid Marriage Boot Camp: Proposal or Disposal Marriage Marriage Marriage: Proposal or Disposal Marriage CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) Key David R Meredith Heat of Night (HD) Home Vid Bait (‘00, Thriller) BBD Jamie Foxx. Crook on a hook. Miracle (‘04, Drama) Kurt Russell. Hockey underdogs. (HD) Home Vid MLB Baseball: Chicago vs San Diego (HD)

SUNDAY EVENING MAY 25 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

News

8 PM

8:30

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

News (HD) American Dream Builders: Beach Home Final two reno- Believe: Collapse Preventing Crisis: You Do Not Know vate beach homes. (N) (HD) tragedy. (N) (HD) War (N) (HD) News 19 @ CBS Evening 60 Minutes (N) (HD) The Good Wife: Goliath and The Good Wife: We, the The Mentalist: White Lines 6pm (HD) David (HD) Juries (HD) (HD) World News Judge Judy America’s Funniest Home America’s Funniest Home Castle: Valkyrie Beckett’s (:01) Motive: Raw Deal Sui(HD) (HD) Videos (HD) Videos (HD) decisions. (HD) cide victim. (HD) As Long as I Remember Unsung Heroes: The Story: National Memorial Day Concert 2014 National Memorial Day Concert 2014 Mexican veterans. Part 2 (N) (HD) Military concert. (HD) Military concert. (HD) (5:30) NASCAR Sprint Cup: Coca-Cola 600: from Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C. z{| (HD) News Queens (HD) Queens (HD) How I Met (HD)

How I Met (HD)

1 AM

1:30

News

Right This Right This Charla Criminal Minds: Omnivore Minute Minute Young (HD) News 19 @ (:35) CSI: Miami Delko’s se- Inside Edi- Face the Na- (:35)Paid 11pm crets. (HD) tion (N) tion (N) Program News (HD) Paid Pro- Burn Notice: Where There’s Bones: Cinderella in Cardgram Smoke (HD) board (HD) Curiosity In Pursuit National Memorial Day Concert 2014 Concert (HD) Military concert. (HD) 2014 (HD) The Big Bang The Big Bang TMZ (N) Glee: The Break Up Unex(HD) (HD) pected visitors. (HD) Money Train (‘95, Thriller) BB Wesley Snipes. Two NYC White Collar: Dentist of De- The Office The Office The Office The Office The Office Sanctuary transit cops find trouble. troit (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage TURN: Epiphany (HD) TURN (HD) TURN (HD) TURN (N) (HD) Mad Men (N) (HD) (:04) Mad Men (HD) TURN: Challenge (HD) (:08) Mad Men (HD) Mermaids: New (HD) Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives (HD) Blood Lake: Attack (‘14) Shannen Doherty. (HD) Blood Lake: Attack (‘14) Shannen Doherty. (HD) (:02) Megalodon (HD) Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself (‘09, Drama) BD Tyler Perry. Set It Off (‘96, Action) BB Jada Pinkett Smith. Four women turn to crime. Weekend Inspiration Religious events. Medicine Medicine Medicine Medicine (N) Medicine Housewives Medicine (:01) Housewife Paid Paid Debt Money 60 Minutes 60 Minutes The Costco Craze Coca-Cola Pepsi’s Challenge The Costco Craze (2:00) CNN Newsroom Anthony: Russia Anthony: Punjab, India Anthony: Mexico City Anthony Anthony Anthony: Russia Anthony: Punjab, India South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park: The Coon Trilogy (HD) South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park I Didn’t I Didn’t Blog Blog Austin Austin Austin Austin Liv (HD) Good Luck Blog Austin Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Alaska: Last (HD) Kodiak (HD) Treehouse (HD) Alaskan Bush (HD) Dude, You’re (HD) Alaskan Bush (HD) Dude, You’re (HD) Treehouse (HD) NCAA Softball (HD) Baseball (HD) MLB Baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) College Baseball z{| (HD) Update 2014 NCAA Softball Championship (HD) NHRA Drag Racing: from Heartland Park Topeka in Topeka, Kan. (HD) ESPN FC (HD) Zookeeper (‘11, Comedy) BB Kevin James. (HD) Bedtime Stories (‘08) BBD Adam Sandler. (HD) Happy Gilmore (‘96) BBB Adam Sandler. (HD) Osteen Meyer Paid Paid Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) Chopped (HD) Guy’s Grocery (N) Iron Chef America (N) Cutthroat Kitchen (N) Kitchen: Aw Shucks Iron Chef Amer. (HD) Cutthroat Grill suit. FOX News (HD) FOX Report Sun. (HD) Huckabee (N) (HD) Fox News Report (HD) OJ Simpson 20 Huckabee (HD) Fox News Report (HD) OJ Simpson 20 (5:00) MLB Baseball: Colorado vs Atlanta (HD) Post Game Post Game UFC Unleashed (N) Bull Riding no} World Poker (HD) MLB Baseball: Colorado vs Atlanta (HD) A Ring By Spring (‘14) Rachel Boston. (HD) Delivered (N) (HD) Undercover Bridesmaid (‘12) Bodyguard. (HD) Delivered (HD) Golden Golden Golden Golden Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Life Life Hunt Hunt Alaska Alaska Hunters Hunters Hunt Hunt Alaska Alaska Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Big Rig Big Rig Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Rocky II (‘79) BBB Sylvester Stallone. Rocky III (‘82, Drama) BBB Sylvester Stallone. Rocky IV (‘85, Drama) BBD Sylvester Stallone. Rocky V (‘90, Drama) BB Sylvester Stallone. Rocky’s protégé. The Ugly Truth (‘09) BBD Katherine Heigl. (HD) 27 Dresses (‘08, Comedy) Katherine Heigl. (HD) Devious Maids (N) 27 Dresses (‘08, Comedy) Katherine Heigl. (HD) Devious Maids (HD) Caught (HD) Caught: Proof? (HD) Caught (N) (HD) Caught (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) SpongeBob SquarePants BBD (HD) Sponge Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Hungry Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Bar Rescue (HD) Outlander (‘08) (HD) Lockout (‘12, Thriller) BBD Guy Pearce. Jeepers Creepers (‘01, Horror) BBD Gina Philips. Jeepers Creepers II (‘03, Horror) Ray Wise. (HD) Phantom Part 1 (HD) Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (‘11) BBD Shrek 2 (‘04, Fantasy) BBBD Julie Andrews. (HD) Shrek 2 (‘04, Fantasy) BBBD Julie Andrews. (HD) Diary of a Wimpy Kid (‘10) BBD Zachary Gordon. The Password Is Courage (‘62) Dirk Bogarde. No Time for Sergeants (‘58) BBD Andy Griffith. (:15) Onionhead (‘58, Comedy) BBD Andy Griffith. (:15) The Better ‘Ole (‘26, Comedy) Syd Chaplin. Atlanta Atlanta My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) My 600-lb Life (HD) The Forbidden Kingdom (‘08) BBB Jet Li. (HD) Tip-Off 2014 NBA Playoffs: San Antonio vs Oklahoma City z{| Inside the NBA (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Carbonaro Carbonaro (:01) Top 20 Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Cosby (:49) Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Raymond Raymond Raymond Loves Raymond (HD) Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens Queens NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) NCIS: Recovery (HD) NCIS: Phoenix (HD) NCIS: Lost at Sea (HD) Modern Modern NCIS (HD) NCIS (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) CSI: Miami (HD) MLB Game 10th (HD) Home Vid Ocean’s Eleven (‘01, Crime) BBB George Clooney. Salem (N) (HD) Salem (HD) Salem (HD) Salem (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Shrek 2 8:00 p.m. on TBS A surly ogre and his new bride pay a visit to her home kingdom, but they get a less than friendly reception from her disapproving royal parents and a fairy godmother who is determined to see her own candidate married to the princess. (HD) National Memorial Sunday at Day Concert 2014 8 p.m. on WRIA, 8:00 p.m. on WRJA the “National From the West Lawn of the U.S. Memorial Day Concert 2014” Capitol, the annual live concert event honors such fallen American honors the service troops as Army and sacrifices of past and present Ranger Kris military personnel Stonesifer. with special performances by The National Symphony Orchestra, The U.S. Army Chorus and other acts. (HD) Believe 9:00 p.m. on WIS Bo and Tate try to prevent her premonition of a New York City subway tragedy from coming to fruition, but a run in with Agent Ferrell leaves them trapped underground; Dani wants to show Skouras her value to Orchestra as she settles into her new home. (HD) Rocky IV 9:30 p.m. on ION After a powerful and ruthless boxer from Russia kills another fighter in the ring, a former world champion is compelled to come out of his retirement in order to try and take on the current Soviet champion on behalf of both his friend and America. Mad Men 10:00 p.m. on AMC Don receives an unexpected and disconcerting letter; Peggy undertakes a new venture which could lead to a much brighter future for her; Roger is the recipient of an unnerving telephone call; Pete and Cutler have an unpleasant confrontation. (HD)


E4

|

TELEVISION

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

WEEKDAYS TW FT

8 AM

8:30

9 AM

9:30

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

Today

1:30

Paid Pro- Days of Our Lives gram News 19 @ The Young and the Bold and Noon Restless Beautiful News Jeopardy! The Chew

America Now The Talk

2:30 America Now

CBS This Morning

The Doctors

Let’s Make a Deal

LIVE! with Kelly and Michael The Price Is Right

Good Morning America

The 700 Club

Rachael Ray

The View

Curious Cat in the George Hat Good Day Columbia

Peg + Cat

Sesame Street

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Cops Reloaded

Daniel Tiger Super Why! Sid the Sci- Thomas & Daniel Tiger Caillou Super Why! Dinosaur ence Kid Friends Train Maury The Steve Wilkos Show Judge Alex Judge Alex Divorce Divorce Court Court Paternity Paternity Family Feud Family Feud The Test Jerry Springer Court Court

Dog Bounty Paid Paid The Crocodile Hunter Matters Matters Salon Takeover Squawk Box New Day Paid Paid Jake and Mickey Paid Paid SportsCenter 2014 French Open ‘70s ‘70s Paid Paid FOX & Friends UEFA Mag. A Piece Golden Golden Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Shootout! Thr. Bible Paid Unsolved Mysteries Morning Joe Sponge PAW Patrol Paid Paid Scare Scare There Yet? Browns Movies Ultimate Cake Off Charmed Paid Paid Paid Paid Movies Paid Paid Life Today Paid

Criminal Minds Movies Dirty Jobs Wife Wife Matchmaker Squawk on the Street CNN Newsroom Daily Colbert Mickey Doc Mc Almost Got Away SportsCenter

Dinosaur Train

Judge Mathis

The People’s Court Cops Reloaded

King of Queens

How Met Mother

News

2 PM

General Hospital

3 PM

3:30

Katie The Ellen DeGeneres Show Bethenny Peg + Cat

4 PM

4:30

News

A Millionaire? The Dr. Oz Show

5 PM

5:30

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

Judge Judy Judge Judy Dr. Phil

Cat in the Hat The Wendy Williams Show The Bill Cunningham Show

Curious Arthur George Steve Harvey

WordGirl

King of Queens

Access Dish Nation Hollywood

The First 48

The First 48

The First 48

Dirty Jobs

Dirty Jobs

Dirty Jobs

Movies Don’t Be Don’t Be Closing Bell

Don’t Be Tardy

How Met Mother

Wild Kratts

The Queen Latifah Show

CABLE CHANNELS

HIGHLIGHTS

CSI: Miami Movies Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Girlfriend Girlfriend Moesha Moesha Moesha Moesha Matchmaker Los Angeles Los Angeles Squawk Alley Fast Money This Hour Legal View with Presents Community Sunny South Park Movies Sofia Mickey Doc Mc Sheriff Mickey Einsteins FBI: Criminal Pursuit Wicked Attraction Sins & Secrets SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter ESPN First Take Numbers Never Lie Standing 700 Club The 700 Club Gilmore Girls 8 Rules 8 Rules Paid Grill It! Cook Real Neelys Cupcake Wars Pioneer Contessa America’s Newsroom Happening Now Outnumbered Game 365 Courtside UFC Unleashed UFC Reloaded Golden Golden Home & Family Home & Family Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Sarah 101 Hunters Hunters Shootout! Shootout! Shootout! American Pickers Paid Paid Paid Paid Movies Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier How I Met How I Met The Daily Rundown Jansing and Co. News Nation Andrea M PAW Patrol Umizoomi Dora Dora Guppies Guppies PAW Patrol PAW Patrol Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Payne Full Hse Prince Prince Prince The Office The Office Cleveland Movies Movies Movies Hoarding Pregnant Pregnant Bridesmaid Bridesmaid What Not to Wear Supernatural Supernatural Supernatural Bones World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Gunsmoke Gunsmoke Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Paid Paid Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Law & Order Walker Walker In the Heat of Night In the Heat of Night

Riot 8:00 p.m. on WACH Former “Seinfeld” star, comic Jason Alexander and actress Cheryl Hines from “Suburgatory” perform a series of song, dance and sketch challenges while on a set tilted at a 22-degree angle. (HD) America’s Got Talent 8:00 p.m. on WIS People from all walks of life with all sorts of talents audition in New York City and Los Angeles, hoping for a chance to perform at Radio City Music Hall and compete for the $1 million prize and the chance to headline a Las Vegas show. (HD) Extreme Tuesday at Weight Loss 8 p.m., WOLO’s 8:00 p.m. “Extreme on WOLO Weight Loss” A 310-pound returns with mother of three specialist Chris who wants to lose Powell, trying to enough weight change the lives to dance again of “super-obese” faces off against participants. a 480-pound baseball player who could get a professional contract if he can reach his weight-loss goal of weighing 300 pounds or less. (HD) Coming Back with Wes Moore 8:00 p.m. on WRJA Host and United States Army veteran Wes Moore explores the desire many veterans have to find a new mission, contribute to the world around them, and be a part of something that is more important than just a single person. (HD) D-Day 360 9:00 p.m. on WRJA Using light detection and ranging technology, the immense landscape of D-Day is recreated in a way that provides viewers with a detailed look at the big picture and the actions of a single soldier while on the battlefield. (HD)

CSI: Miami

Criminal Minds Dirty Jobs Movies Ladies Don’t Be Power Lunch Wolf

Criminal Minds Movies Dirty Jobs

Don’t Be Don’t Be Street Signs CNN Newsroom Movies Einsteins Octonauts Dog Blog Dog Blog Kodiak Alaskan Bush People SportsCenter SportsCenter ESPN First Take Reba Reba Reba Reba Sandra’s Ten Dollar Rest. Chef 30 Min. Happening Now Real Story Gretchen Game 365 Courtside Little House Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters American Pickers American Pickers Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Grey’s Anatomy Grey’s Anatomy Ronan Farrow Daily The Reid Report Wallykazam Peter Sponge Sponge Movies Scare Scare Scare Scare American American American Queens Movies LI Medium LI Medium 19 Kids 19 Kids Bones Bones World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... Gunsmoke Bonanza Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order Law & Order WGN Midday News Law & Order

Movies

Married to Medicine Fast Money Jake Tapper Situation Room Futurama Futurama Futurama Dog Blog I Didn’t Movies Austin Alaskan Bush People Alaskan Bush People Deadliest Catch Outside Insiders NFL Live Horn Interruptn SportsNation Highly Highly College ESPN FC Boy World Boy World Boy World Boy World Middle Middle Essentials Giada Contessa Contessa Pioneer Trisha’s Shepard Smith Your World Cavuto The Five West Coast Customs World Poker Tour Courtside Outdoor Little House Little House The Waltons Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters American Pickers American Pickers American Pickers Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Grey’s Anatomy Wife Swap Wife Swap The Cycle Alex Wagner The Ed Show Invasion Fairly Fairly Fairly Sponge Sponge Movies Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Scare Queens Friends Friends Friends Friends Seinfeld Movies Movies Cake Boss Cake Boss Honey Boo Boo Toddlers and Tiaras Bones Castle Castle World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... World’s Dumbest... Bonanza Walker Walker Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order CI Law & Order CI

MONDAY EVENING MAY 26 TW FT

MasterChef 8:00 p.m. on WACH Thirty talented home cooks, including an advertising executive and a petroleum landman, arrive in Los Angeles and present their signature dishes to the judging panel in the hopes of earning a white apron and moving on to the next round. (HD) American Ninja Restaurateur Joe Warrior Bastianich joins 8:00 p.m. on WIS chefs Gordon Matt Iseman, his fellow judges Akbar Gbaja and for season five Jenn Brown take of the culinary a look back at smash hit the highlights of “MasterChef,” past seasons of premiering the competition, Monday at including the best finishes, wipeouts, 8 p.m. on WACH. inspiring stories and crazy costumes, and catch up with past competitors. (HD) Friends with Better Lives 8:30 p.m. on WLTX Kate attempts to prove to Jules and Lowell that she is not “un-setup-able” by pushing them to set her up with a friend of theirs; Andi stops at nothing to join the neighborhood festivities after finding that the neighbors do not like her and Bobby. (HD) The World Wars 9:00 p.m. on HIST Using dramatic re-enactments, politicians, military personnel and historians explore three devastating decades of war beginning with an assassin’s bullet leading to global conflict, a new generation of soldiers and infamous 20th-century leaders. (HD) 24: Live Another Day 9:00 p.m. on WACH As Jack deals with an unexpected situation, an unlikely pair joins together in an attempt to stop an oncoming attack on London; Margot Al-Harazi reveals her demands for revenge on her husband’s death in a U.S. airstrike. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS

Criminal Minds

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

1 AM

1:30

Nightly News News Entertain- American Ninja Warrior (N) American Ninja Warrior: Venice Beach Qualifying Three News (:35) Tonight Show Jimmy (:37) Late Night with Seth (:37)Carson (HD) ment (N) (HD) new obstacles. (N) (HD) Fallon (HD) Meyers (HD) Daly News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- 2 Broke Girls Friends with Mike & Molly Mom (HD) 48 Hours (N) News 19 @ (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) (N) (HD) 11pm Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) The Bachelorette (N) (HD) Castle: Dreamworld News (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. (HD) tune (N) (HD) Searching for toxin. (HD) rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Globe Trekker History of Antiques Roadshow: Rich- American Experience: Death and the Civil War Death stirs Tavis Smiley BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) American Experience (HD) tea. (N) mond (N) (HD) political & social changes. (HD) (HD) News Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang MasterChef: Top 30 Com- 24: Live Another Day Ter- WACH FOX News at 10 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond TMZ (N) Seinfeld Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) pete (N) (HD) rorist plans. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. (HD) (HD) (HD) Community Community Family Feud Family Feud Memorial Day (‘12, Action) BB Jonathan Bennett. Law & Order: Special Vic- Law & Order: Special Vic- The Arsenio Hall Show King Hill Cleveland (HD) (HD) Grandfather’s World War II footlocker. (HD) tims Unit (HD) tims Unit (HD) (HD) (HD) News

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) We Soldiers (‘02) (HD) Pearl Harbor (‘01, Action) BD Ben Affleck. WWII love triangle. (HD) Pearl Harbor (‘01, Action) BD Ben Affleck. WWII love triangle. (HD) Hamburger Hill (HD) River Monsters (HD) Blood Lake: #KillerLampreys (N) River Monsters (N) American River (N) (:02) Blood Lake: #KillerLampreys River Monsters (HD) Game Game This Christmas (‘07, Holiday) BBD Delroy Lindo. Life (‘99, Comedy) BBD Eddie Murphy. Imprisoned for life. Wendy Williams (HD) Queen Latifah (HD) Housewife Housewife Housewife Real Housewives (N) Housewife Medicine Housewife Housewives Greed Fugitives America’s Gun Failure to Recall: GM Marijuana in America Cocaine Cowboys II America’s Gun Porn: Business Situation Crossfire Anthony: South Africa Anthony Anthony: Sicily Anthony: Spain Anthony: Peru Anthony: South Africa Anthony Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert midnight South Park Daily (HD) Colbert Jessie I Didn’t Liv (HD) Jessie Teen Beach Movie (‘13) Jessie Good Luck (:35) Blog Austin A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Vegas Rat Rods (HD) #BikerLive (HD) #BikerLive (HD) #BikerLive (N) (HD) Vegas Rat Rods (N) #BikerLive (HD) Vegas Rat Rods (HD) #BikerLive (HD) MLB Baseball (HD) Sports NBA Countdown (HD) 2014 NBA Playoffs: Indiana Pacers at Miami Heat (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Nation SportsCenter (HD) Inside: U.S. (HD) Inside Baseball Tonight (HD) Olbermann (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) Olbermann Happy Gilmore (‘96) BBB Adam Sandler. (HD) Forrest Gump (‘94, Drama) BBBB Tom Hanks. A simple man. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Diners Diners Guy’s: Grocery Grillin’ Rewrapped Rewrapped Cutthroat Mystery Mystery Kitchen Casino (N) Cutthroat Mystery Mystery Special Report (HD) Jennifer Kesse O’Reilly Factor (N) OJ Simpson 20 Hannity: Special (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) OJ Simpson 20 Hannity: Special (HD) World Poker (HD) College Track & Field no~ (HD) UFC Unleashed (HD) World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Reloaded no~ (HD) Wedding Walton (‘82) A Walton Wedding (‘95) BBB Richard Thomas. Middle Middle Middle Middle Golden Golden Golden Golden Frasier Frasier Love It Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Love It or List It (HD) Love It or List It (HD) Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars The World Wars: Trial By Fire (N) (HD) (:04) The World Wars: Trial By Fire (HD) 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) Criminal Minds (HD) 27 Dresses (‘08) (HD) Flowers in the Attic (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Devious Maids (HD) To Be Announced Petals on Wind (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Fairly OddParents (HD) Fairly (N) Men in Black (‘97, Science Fiction) BBD Will Smith. Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Jail (HD) Defiance Defiance Defiance Red Riding Hood (‘11, Fantasy) BB Amanda Seyfried. Battledogs (‘13, Horror) Dennis Haysbert. Wolvesbayn Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Conan (HD) Holmes Conan (HD) Holmes The Fighting Sullivans (‘44) BBBD Anne Baxter. Twelve O’Clock High (‘49, Adventure) BBBD Gregory Peck. The Best Years of Our Lives (‘46, Drama) Myrna Loy. Coming home. Marines Toddlers (HD) Cake Boss Cake Boss OMG EMT! (HD) Sex Sent Me to (N) Funeral Funeral Sex Sent Me to (HD) Funeral Funeral OMG EMT! (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Castle: Target (HD) Castle: Hunt (HD) Major Crimes (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Storage Storage Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Cleveland Cleveland Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond NCIS: L. A. (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) WWE Monday Night Raw (HD) (:05) NCIS: L. A. (HD) (:05) NCIS: L. A. (HD) (:05) NCIS: L. A. (HD) Marriage Marriage: Proposal or Disposal Marriage Marriage Boot (N) (:10) Marriage Marriage: Proposal or Disposal (:40) Marriage Marriage MLB Baseball (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Salem Witches. (HD) Salem Witches. (HD) Parks Parks Parks 30 Rock

TUESDAY EVENING MAY 27 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

Entertain- America’s Got Talent: Audition New York City and Los (:01) The Night Shift: Pilot ment (N) Angeles auditions. (N) (HD) (N) (HD) Inside Edi- NCIS: Devil’s Triad Linked to NCIS: Los Angeles: (:01) Person of Interest: tion (N) boyfriend. (HD) Reznikov, N. (HD) Endgame (HD) Jeopardy! (N) Extreme Weight Loss: Ty and Charita Former dancer and Celebrity Wife Swap (N) (HD) baseball prospect. (N) (HD) (HD) Coming Back with Wes D-Day 360 D-Day recreated. Frontline Wars examined. Moore (N) (HD) (N) (HD) (N) (HD) Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang Riot Jason Alexander; Cheryl I Wanna Marry “Harry” (N) WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) Hines. (N) (HD) (HD) Nightly news report. Community Community Family Feud Family Feud The Originals: Always and Supernatural Last-minute Bones: The Bone That Blew (HD) (HD) Forever (HD) resort. (HD) (HD) News

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) Election

1 AM

1:30

(:35) Tonight Show Jimmy (:37) Late Night with Seth (:37)Carson Fallon (HD) Meyers (HD) Daly News 19 @ (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News 11pm Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) News (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Tavis Smiley BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Coming Back with Wes (HD) News Moore (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond TMZ (N) Seinfeld (HD) (HD) (HD) Bones: Double Trouble in the The Arsenio Hall Show King Hill Cleveland Panhandle (HD) (HD) (HD) News

CABLE CHANNELS Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Get Smart (‘08, Comedy) BBD Steve Carell. (HD) Freakshow Freakshow Freakshow Freakshow Freakshow Freakshow Small Town Freakshow Freakshow Small Town Jerry Maguire (HD) Dirty Jobs (HD) Super Squid (HD) Devoured Snake (HD) Man-Eating Wolf (HD) Man-Eating Cats (HD) Devoured Snake (HD) Man-Eating Wolf (HD) Man-Eating Cats (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) ComicView ComicView The Cookout (‘04, Comedy) B Ja Rule. ComicView ComicView Husbands Husbands Wendy Williams (HD) Queen Latifah (HD) Medicine Housewife Housewives Real Housewives (N) Couch (N) Couch Watch What (:31) Housewives (:31) Housewife Housewives Mad Money (N) Fugitives Shark Tank (HD) Shark Tank (HD) Shark Tank (HD) Shark Tank (HD) Greed Greed Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) CNN Tonight Inside Man Cooper 360° (HD) CNN Tonight Inside Man South Park Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Schumer Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (N) Schumer Daily (HD) Colbert midnight Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert Austin Austin (:05) Blog Austin Boy World Boy World Jessie Jessie Good Luck Blog Austin A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Deadliest Catch (HD) Deadliest Catch (N) Deadliest Catch (N) Deadliest Catch (N) Alaskan Bush (N) (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Alaskan Bush (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) SportsCenter (HD) MLB Baseball: Boston Red Sox at Atlanta Braves from Turner Field (HD) MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Dodgers z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Interruptn Inside: U.S. (HD) Inside MLS Soccer z{| (HD) International Soccer z{| (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NBA (HD) Baseball Forrest Gump (‘94, Drama) BBBB Tom Hanks. A simple man. (HD) Uncle Buck (‘89, Comedy) BBD John Candy. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (N) (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Special Report (HD) On the Record (N) O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) Insider A Piece World Poker (HD) Bull Riding no} Car Warriors (HD) West Coast Customs World Poker (HD) UFC Unleashed (HD) West Coast Customs Waltons: The Rumor Waltons: Spring Fever Waltons: The Festival Middle Middle Middle Middle Golden Golden Golden Golden Frasier Frasier Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Flop Flop Flop (N) Flop Hunters Hunters Log Cabin Hunters Flop Flop Hunters Hunters American Picker (HD) The World Wars: Trial By Fire (HD) The World Wars: A Rising Threat (N) (HD) (:04) The World Wars: A Rising Threat (HD) The World Wars (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) The Listener (N) The Listener (N) Without a Trace (HD) Swap Swap: Bailey; Downs True Tori (HD) True Tori (N) (HD) Little Women: LA (N) Little Women: (HD) (:02) True Tori (HD) (:02) True Tori (HD) PoliticsNation (HD) Hardball (N) (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (N) Last Word (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (HD) Last Word (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Beverly Hills Cop (‘84, Action) BBB Eddie Murphy. (HD) Coming to America (‘88, Comedy) BBB Eddie Murphy. (HD) Eddie Murphy: Raw (‘87) Samuel L. Jackson. Hungry Scare Red Riding Hood (‘11, Fantasy) BB Amanda Seyfried. Heroes of Cosplay (N) Wheaton Cosplay Comikaze. Wheaton Scare Scare Scare Scare Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (HD) Holmes Conan (HD) Holmes Deep in My Heart (‘54) José Ferrer. MGM Parade Lisa (‘62, Drama) BBD Stephen Boyd. Laura (‘44, Mystery) Gene Tierney. (:45) The Song of Bernadette (‘43, Drama) Jennifer Jones. Gypsy Wedding (HD) Little (HD) Little (HD) 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 & Counting (N) The Little Couple (N) 19 & Counting (HD) The Little Couple (HD) 19 Kids 19 Kids Castle (HD) Castle (HD) NBA Tip-Off 2014 NBA Playoffs: San Antonio vs Oklahoma City z{| Inside the NBA (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Falling Dumbest truTV Top truTV Top truTV Top truTV Top (N) (:01) Dumbest (:02) truTV Top (:02) truTV Top Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Cleveland Cleveland Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond SVU: Snitch (HD) SVU: Impulsive (HD) Modern Modern Modern Modern Playing Modern Modern Modern Playing Playing (:01) NCIS: L. A. (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Roseanne Roseanne Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Wild Wild West (‘99, Adventure) B Will Smith. Salem Witches. (HD) Salem Witches. (HD) Parks Parks Parks 30 Rock


TELEVISION

THE SUMTER ITEM

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 28 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

News

Nightly News News Entertain- Growing Up Growing Up World Music Awards 2014 (HD) (HD) ment (N) (N) (HD) (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- Hawaii Five-0: Pukana Se- Criminal Minds: The Caller CSI: Crime Scene Investi6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) rial killer. (HD) (HD) gation (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) The Middle The Modern The Motive: They Made Me a (HD) tune (N) (HD) (HD) Goldbergs Family (HD) Goldbergs Criminal (N) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) NatureScene Expedition Nature: American Eagle Your Inner Fish: Your Inner Your Inner Fish: Your Inner (HD) Fish (HD) Reptile (HD) Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang So You Think You Can Dance: Auditions #1 Male and fe- WACH FOX News at 10 Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) male dancers audition. (N) (HD) Nightly news report. Community Community Family Feud Family Feud Arrow: City of Heroes Oliver The 100: The Calm Food Law & Order: Criminal In(HD) (HD) faces chaos. (HD) hunting. (N) (HD) tent: Grow (HD)

1 AM

1:30

(:35) Tonight Show Jimmy (:37) Late Night with Seth Carson Daly Fallon (HD) Meyers (HD) Sir Sly. News 19 @ (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News 11pm Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) News (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Your Inner Fish: Your Inner Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Nature: American Eagle Monkey (HD) (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond: TMZ (N) Seinfeld (HD) (HD) (HD) Brother Law & Order: Criminal In- The Arsenio Hall Show King Hill Cleveland tent (HD) (HD) (HD) News

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) Duck (HD) (5:30) Die Hard 2 (‘90, Action) Bruce Willis. (HD) Die Hard: With a Vengeance (‘95, Action) BBB Bruce Willis. (HD) Invincible (‘06, Drama) BBB Mark Wahlberg. (HD) Behind River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) River Monsters (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) ComicView ComicView ComicView The Bodyguard (‘92, Romance) BBD Kevin Costner. Diva’s protector. Wendy Williams (HD) Queen Latifah (HD) Housewife New York New York New York (N) New York Watch What New York Housewives New York Mad Money (N) Fugitives Greed: The Lady Killer Greed: Shipwrecked! American Greed (N) Greed Greed Greed Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) CNN Tonight Anthony Exotic foods. Cooper 360° (HD) CNN Tonight Anthony Exotic foods. South Park Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Key; Peele Key; Peele South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily (HD) Colbert midnight South Park Daily (HD) Colbert Liv (HD) Liv (HD) Blog Austin Boy World Boy World Jessie Jessie Good Luck Blog Austin A.N.T. Phil Lizzie Shake It A.N.T. Dude, You’re (HD) Naked Afraid (HD) Dual Survival (N) (HD) Dual Survival (N) (HD) Kodiak (N) (HD) Dual Survival (HD) Kodiak (HD) Dual Survival (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NBA Countdown (HD) 2014 NBA Playoffs: Miami Heat at Indiana Pacers (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn Highly SportsCenter (HD) FIFA World Cup (HD) (:25) International Soccer: Israel at Mexico (HD) Olbermann (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Baby Daddy Confessions of a Shopaholic (‘09) BB (HD) The 700 Club Baby Daddy Baby Daddy Melissa Melissa Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (N) (HD) Diners Diners Restaurant (HD) Restaurant (HD) Special Report (HD) On the Record (N) O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) Access Game 365 College Track & Field no~ (HD) UFC Unleashed (HD) Car Warriors (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Reloaded (HD) Waltons Waltons Waltons Middle Middle Middle Middle Golden Golden Golden Golden Frasier Frasier Buying; Selling (HD) Buying; Selling (HD) Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) Hunters Hunters The World Wars (HD) The World Wars: A Rising Threat (HD) The World Wars: Never Surrender (N) (HD) (:04) The World Wars: Never Surrender (HD) The World Wars (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Without a Trace (HD) Swap: Lowe; Hamilton Swap Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Flowers in the Attic (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) PoliticsNation (HD) Hardball (N) (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (N) Last Word (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (HD) Last Word (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Retreat BB Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (‘06) BBD One Night Only Tribute to icon. (N) (HD) One Night Only Tribute to icon. (HD) Couples Retreat (HD) Warships Pitch Black (‘00, Science Fiction) BBB Vin Diesel. (HD) The Chronicles of Riddick (‘04, Science Fiction) Vin Diesel. Red Planet (‘00, Science Fiction) BB Val Kilmer. (HD) Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Deal With Conan (HD) Holmes Conan (HD) Holmes Hit the Deck (‘55, Musical) BBB Debbie Reynolds. My Man Godfrey (‘57, Comedy) June Allyson. The Opposite Sex (‘56, Musical) June Allyson. Music for Millions (‘44) BBD Margaret O’Brien. Gypsy Wedding (HD) World’s Tallest (HD) Strong Toddler (HD) 40 Year Old (HD) My 40 Year Old (N) Girl Never Grew (HD) Hayley: (HD) Growing Up Tiny (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) Hawaii Five-0 (HD) Hawaii Five-0 (HD) The Mentalist (HD) Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach Pawn (N) Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn Pawn S. Beach S. Beach Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Cleveland Cleveland Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond NCIS (HD) NCIS: Defiance (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) Modern Modern Modern Modern NCIS: L. A. (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) L.A. Hair Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Rules Salem Witches. (HD)

THURSDAY EVENING MAY 29 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

News

Nightly News News Entertain- Hollywood Game Night (N) (HD) ment (N) (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ Inside Edi- The Big Bang The Millers 6pm News (HD) 7pm tion (N) (HD) (HD) News (HD) World News Wheel For- Jeopardy! (N) The Bachelorette (HD) (HD) tune (N) (HD) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Election 2014: US Senate - Carolina Carolina Democrat Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang Hell’s Kitchen: 10 Chefs Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) Again (N) (HD) Community Community Family Feud Family Feud The Vampire Diaries (HD) (HD) (HD)

9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 LOCAL CHANNELS Undateable (N) (HD) (:01)2 1/2 Men (HD)

Undateable (N) (HD) Bad Teacher (N)

Last Comic Standing: Invitational 3 (N) (HD) Elementary: Tremors Testifying Sherlock. (HD) Black Box: Forget Me (N) (HD) Coming Back with Wes Eisenhower’s Secret War Moore (HD) (HD) Gang Related: Sangre Por WACH FOX News at 10 Sangre (N) (HD) Nightly news report. The Originals: House of the House: Fall from Grace Rising Son (HD) Homeless man. (HD)

1 AM

1:30

(:35) Tonight Show Jimmy (:37) Late Night with Seth (:37)Carson Fallon (HD) Meyers (HD) Daly News 19 @ (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News 11pm Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) News (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) Tavis Smiley BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) The This Old House Hour (HD) News (HD) 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond: TMZ (N) Seinfeld (HD) (HD) (HD) Mozart House: The Dig Thirteen The Arsenio Hall Show King Hill Cleveland released. (HD) (HD) (HD) News

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (N) (HD) The Killer Speaks (N) (:02) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (5:00) Die Hard: With a Vengeance (‘95) (HD) The Green Mile (‘99, Drama) BBB Tom Hanks. A prison guard meets a special convict. (HD) (:01) Space Cowboys (‘00) Clint Eastwood. (HD) North Wood (HD) North Wood (HD) North Woods Law (N) North Woods Law (N) American River North Wood (HD) American River Woods Law (HD) 106 & Park (N) (HD) Bet Awards 2013 Chris Tucker hosts hip-hop’s biggest event, awarding artists for their work. ComicView ComicView Wendy Williams (HD) Queen Latifah (HD) Housewife Medicine Medicine Medicine Medicine TBA Watch What Titanic (‘97, Romance) BBBD Leonardo DiCaprio. Mad Money (N) Crime Inc. Crime Inc. Crime Inc. Greed Greed Greed Greed Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) The Sixties (N) CNN Special Rep (N) Cooper 360° (HD) Sixties CNN Special Report South Park Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Chapplle Sunny Sunny Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert midnight Tosh (HD) Daily (HD) Colbert Good Luck Good Luck Blog Austin Boy World Boy World Jessie Toy Story Good Luck Blog Austin A.N.T. Good Luck Good Luck Shake It A.N.T. Deadliest Catch (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) Alaska: Last (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Inside 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) Horn (HD) Interruptn 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #3 (HD) Update 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #4 (HD) Olbermann (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) Middle Middle Stick It (‘06, Comedy) BBD Jeff Bridges. (HD) The Last Song (‘10, Drama) BB Miley Cyrus. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Rewrapped Rewrapped Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped Canada (N) Food Court Wars (N) Diners Diners Chopped Food Court Wars (HD) Special Report (HD) On the Record (N) O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) FOX Sports Access Golden Boy Live: from Salinas, Calif. (HD) Bull Riding World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) UFC Unleashed (HD) West Coast Customs Waltons Waltons Waltons Middle Middle Middle Middle Golden Golden Golden Golden Frasier Frasier Income Property (HD) Hunters Hunters Addict Addict Addict Addict Hunters Hunters Fixer Upper (N) Addict Addict Hunters Hunters Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Big Rig Big Rig Big Rig Big Rig Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Ghost Whisperer (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Flashpoint (HD) Swap Doomsday. Swap: Hodge; Kolpin Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Movie Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) PoliticsNation (HD) Hardball (N) (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (N) Last Word (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (HD) Last Word (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sam & Cat Instant Thunderman Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Cops Jail (HD) Cops Cops Cops Cops Impact Wrestling (N) (HD) Hungry One Night Only Tribute to icon. (HD) Black BBB The Chronicles of Riddick (‘04, Science Fiction) Vin Diesel. Lockout (‘12, Thriller) BBD Guy Pearce. The Mothman Prophecies (‘02, Thriller) BB Richard Gere. Heebie Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (HD) Holmes Conan (HD) Holmes Soldier (:45) Lady Scarface (‘41) BB Citizen Kane (‘41, Drama) BBBB Orson Welles. F for Fake (‘75, Documentary) BBB Orson Welles. Someone to Love (‘88, Comedy) Henry Jaglom. Gypsy Wedding (HD) Extreme Cougar (HD) Cougar Wives (HD) Extreme Cougar (HD) My Strange My Strange Extreme Cougar (HD) My Strange My Strange Cougar Wives (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) NBA Tip-Off 2014 NBA Playoffs: Oklahoma City vs San Antonio z{| Inside the NBA (HD) Falling Skies (HD) Falling Dumbest Dumbest Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Carbonaro Carbonaro (:01) truTV Top Jokers Jokers Jokers Jokers Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady Cleveland Cleveland Raymond Raymond Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond SVU: Juvenile (HD) SVU (HD) SVU (HD) SVU Two trials. (HD) SVU (HD) NCIS: L. A. (HD) SVU: Risk (HD) SVU: Rotten (HD) L.A. Hair: You’re Fired L.A. Hair New footage. L.A. Hair L.A. Hair (N) (:10) L.A. Hair (:10) L.A. Hair (:10) L.A. Hair L.A. Hair: You’re Fired Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met Parks Parks Parks 30 Rock

FRIDAY EVENING MAY 30 TW FT

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

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

News

Nightly News News (HD) News 19 @ Evening News 19 @ 6pm News (HD) 7pm News (HD) World News Wheel For(HD) tune (N) The PBS NewsHour (HD) Best Grow

Entertain- Dateline NBC (N) (HD) ment (N) Inside Edi- Undercover Boss: Donatos Hawaii Five-0: O Kela Me tion (N) (HD) Keia Manawa (HD) Jeopardy! (N) Shark Tank Vying for a What Would You Do? (HD) share. (HD) Moral dilemmas. (HD) Kingdom Wash Wk (N) The Week Unlikely Heroes of the (HD) (N) (HD) Arab Spring (HD) Modern Modern The Big Bang The Big Bang 24: Live Another Day Gang Related: Sangre Por Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) Terrorist plans. (HD) Sangre (HD) Community Community Family Feud Family Feud Whose Line? Whose Line? Hart of Dixie Zoe’s wild (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) hunt. (HD)

1 AM

1:30

(:35) Tonight Show Jimmy (:37) Late Night with Seth (:37)Carson Fallon (HD) Meyers (HD) Daly (:35)Late Show with David Late Late Show with Craig (:37) News Letterman (HD) Ferguson (HD) Jimmy Kimmel Live Celeb- (:37)Night- (:07) Dr. Phil Life strategies. rity interviews (HD) line (HD) (HD) National Memorial Day Concert 2014 BBC World Charlie Rose (N) (HD) Wash Wk The Week Military concert. (HD) News (HD) (HD) WACH FOX News at 10 2 1/2 Men 2 1/2 Men The Middle Raymond TMZ (N) Seinfeld Nightly news report. (HD) (HD) (HD) Monk: Mr. Monk and the Monk: Mr. Monk and the The Arsenio Hall Show King Hill Cleveland Billionaire Mugger Other Woman (HD) (HD) Crossbones: The Devil’s Do- News minion (N) (HD) Blue Bloods: Growing Boys News 19 @ (HD) 11pm 20/20 (N) (HD) News (HD)

CABLE CHANNELS The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) The First 48 (HD) (:02) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) (:01) The First 48 (HD) The Green Mile (HD) The Matrix (‘99, Science Fiction) BBBB Keanu Reeves. (HD) (:01) The Matrix Reloaded (‘03, Science Fiction) BBB Keanu Reeves. (HD) Revolutions (‘03) (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) No Limits No Limits Treehouse (N) (HD) Treehouse (N) (HD) Treehouse (HD) Treehouse (HD) No Limits No Limits 106 & Park (N) (HD) What’s Love Got to Do with It? (‘93, Drama) BBB Angela Bassett. ComicView ComicView Game Game Wendy Williams (HD) Queen Latifah (HD) Titanic (‘97, Romance) BBBD Leonardo DiCaprio. Pearl Harbor (‘01, Action) BD Ben Affleck. WWII love triangle. Pearl Harbor (‘01, Action) BD Ben Affleck. WWII love triangle. Mad Money (N) Fugitives Ult. Factories (HD) Ult. Factories (HD) Ult. Factories (HD) Ult. Factories (HD) Ult. Factories (HD) Ult. Factories (HD) Situation Crossfire Erin Burnett (N) Cooper 360° (N) (HD) CNN Tonight CNN Spot Unguarded Inside Man Inside Man CNN Spot Unguarded South Park Tosh (HD) Colbert Daily (HD) Futurama Futurama Key; Peele Key; Peele Key; Peele Tosh (HD) American Pie 2 (‘01, Comedy) Jason Biggs. (HD) Jackass 3.5 (‘11) (HD) Jessie Jessie Blog Austin The Muppets (‘11) BBB Jason Segel. Mickey Austin Jessie Blog Good Luck Jessie Good Luck Jessie Jessie Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Chrome Under (N) Gold Rush (HD) Chrome Under (HD) Gold Rush (HD) SportsCenter (HD) NBA Countdown (HD) 2014 NBA Playoffs: Indiana Pacers at Miami Heat (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) College Interruptn 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #5 (HD) Update 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #6 (HD) Olbermann (HD) Baseball Tonight (HD) NBA (HD) The Last Song (‘10, Drama) BB Miley Cyrus. (HD) The Prince & Me (‘04, Comedy) BB Julia Stiles. (HD) The 700 Club Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Bel-Air Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners (N) Diners Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) Diners Diners Diners Diners Special Report (HD) On the Record (N) O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) O’Reilly Factor (HD) The Kelly File Hannity (HD) Game 365 Braves MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Miami Marlins from Marlins Park (HD) Post Game Post Game World Poker (HD) MLB Baseball: Atlanta vs Miami no} (HD) Waltons Waltons: The Calling Waltons Middle Middle Middle Middle Golden Golden Golden Golden Frasier Frasier 1st Place 1st Place Hunters Hunters Water Homes (N) Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) American Picker (HD) Ghost Whisperer (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case: Iced (HD) Cold Case (HD) Cold Case (HD) Swap: Meeks; Hoover Swap Betty (N) Betty (N) Wife Swap To Be Announced Info unavailable. (:02) Betty (:32) Betty (:02) Wife Swap PoliticsNation (HD) Hardball (N) (HD) Chris Hayes (HD) Rachel Maddow (N) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge TMNT TMNT Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Cops Cops Cops Walking Tall (‘04, Action) Dwayne Johnson. (HD) (:35) Law Abiding Citizen (‘09, Crime) BBB Jamie Foxx. (HD) (:05) Air Force One (‘97, Thriller) Harrison Ford. Lockout (‘12, Thriller) BBD Guy Pearce. WWE SmackDown (HD) Continuum (N) Wheaton Continuum Wheaton Cosplay Comikaze. Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Wedding Crashers (‘05, Comedy) BBB Owen Wilson. (HD) Wedding Crashers (‘05, Comedy) BBB Owen Wilson. (HD) Deal With Land Lost (:15) While the City Sleeps (‘56) Dana Andrews. Newsfront (‘78, Drama) BBB Bill Hunter. Sunday Too Far Away (‘75) BBB (:45) The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (‘78) Tommy Lewis. Say Yes Dress (HD) Say Yes Dress (HD) Say Yes Dress (HD) Say Yes Dress (N) Gown (N) Gown (N) Say Yes Dress (HD) Gown Gown Say Yes Dress (HD) Castle (HD) Castle (HD) The Lincoln Lawyer (‘11) BBB Matthew McConaughey. (HD) The Score (‘01, Thriller) Robert De Niro. A life of crime. (HD) Mystic River (‘03) (HD) Top 20 Wedding dress. Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland One Night Only Tribute to icon. (HD) Queens Queens Queens Queens Raymond Raymond SVU: Brotherhood (HD) SVU: Choice (HD) Modern Modern Modern Modern Modern Modern Modern Playing (:01) Juno (‘07, Comedy) BBBD Ellen Page. (HD) Marriage Marriage: Proposal or Disposal Marriage Marriage Boot (N) Millionaire (N) Marriage: The Ambush Marriage: The Ambush Mystery Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) MLB Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers z{| (HD) How I Met How I Met Parks Parks Parks 30 Rock

|

E5

HIGHLIGHTS Die Hard: With a Vengeance 8:00 p.m. on AMC John McClane has been suspended from the New York City Police Department and developed a drinking problem, but things get worse when a mad bomber makes him jump through hoops in an effort to keep citizens of the city from being killed. (HD) So You Think Cat Deeley You Can Dance returns to host 8:00 p.m. season 11 of the on WACH A whole new group popular WACH dance competi- of men and women from across the tion, “So You nation audition for Think You Can their shot at makDance,” premiering Wednes- ing their dreams of dancing come true, day at 8 p.m. hoping to ultimately be chosen as one of the 20 finalists and eventually be crowned the winning guy or girl. (HD) Million Dollar Listing New York 9:00 p.m. on BRAVO Ryan shoots what he hopes will be an epic trailer for the Sky Garage now that construction is progressing; Fredrik represents a new Brooklyn developer with many projects in the works, but when Luis steps in, the two realize they aren’t a good team. The World Wars 9:00 p.m. on HIST Dramatic re-enactments are used by political leaders, military personnel and historians to chronicle the life-changing decisions world leaders were forced to make as a global war, unlike anything humanity has ever seen, erupts. (HD) The 100 9:00 p.m. on WKTC Clarke and Finn take the group in search of food and end up having to make a lifechanging decision; Raven gives Bellamy an offer that he can’t refuse; Kane learns he must do something drastic to be re-united with Chancellor Jaha and Abby. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS Hell’s Kitchen 8:00 p.m. on WACH The contestants blindly choose ingredients in a dark grocery store and must create a dish that uses all of them; the contestants struggle to serve a five-course meal to VIP attendees, including UNICEF ambassador Angie Harmon. (HD) Hollywood Game Night 8:00 p.m. on WIS Two contestants join celebrity teams consisting of Nate Berkus, Adam Devine, Tony Hale, Arsenio Hall, Malin Akerman and Bradley Whitford to compete in a series of hilarious and unique party games for the chance at winning the $25,000 grand prize. (HD) Gang Related 9:00 p.m. on WACH Ryan tries to stop a gang war by tracking down the rival members who shot Carlos, as well as by trying to cover up his own involvement in the shooting; Ryan gets to know Jessica and realizes he has feelings for her. (HD) Two and a Half Men 9:01 p.m. on WLTX Thursday at Walden decides to 9:01 p.m. on help Jenny get a WLTX’ “Two and second date with a Half Men,” a one-night stand; Jenny (Amber Alan’s girlfriend’s Tamblyn) needs ex-wife begins help in scoring to hit on him; Jake gives Alan a second date a Japanese deliwith her onecacy for Christmas; night stand. Walden’s household begins to ring with questionable Christmas carol lyrics. (HD) Black Box 10:00 p.m. on WOLO Catherine and Joshua’s father, Hunter Black, wants to reconnect to his children, but Catherine is not sure that she is ready to let him back into her life; a woman that fell down the side of a mountain suffers from visions. (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS The Lincoln Lawyer 8:00 p.m. on TNT An attorney conducts his legal practice out of his Lincoln Town Car driving around Los Angeles, and he comes into contact with a high-profile client who is being charged with a heinous crime for which he claims to be innocent. (HD) Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring 9:00 p.m. on WRJA Renowned economist and property rights activist Hernando de Soto examines the obscure economic conditions that are responsible for unifying the entire Middle East and have led to regional chaos that can still be seen today. (HD) Continuum 10:00 p.m. on SYFY Kiera pursues a group of students who are using cutting-edge technology to commit crimes; an amnesiac tracks Kiera to piece together his past; Alec crosses the line in his desire to perfect his new invention; Kellogg gets back in Alec’s good graces. Crossbones The pirate 10:00 p.m. on WIS Blackbeard (John Malkovich) A legendary pirate leads his men in the reigns over a rogue nation on plundering of the HMS Petrel, a ship “Crossbones,” that is transporta new adventure ing the Longitude series premierChronometer, a ing Friday at device that will 10 p.m. on WIS. change the course of humanity; an English spy working on the Petrel is tasked with protecting the device. (HD) National Memorial Day Concert 2014 10:00 p.m. on WRJA From the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, the annual live concert event honors the service and sacrifices of past and present military personnel with special performances by The National Symphony Orchestra, The U.S. Army Chorus and other acts. (HD)


E6

|

TELEVISION

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

THE SUMTER ITEM

SATURDAY DAYTIME MAY 31 TW FT

8 AM LazyTown

8:30 Zou (N)

9 AM

9:30

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

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

Noodle and Justin Time Tree Fu Tom Doodle Recipe 15 Minute News 19 Saturday Rehab (HD) (HD) Morning Good Morning America Countdown Ocean (HD) Explore (HD) Sea Rescue Wildlife Expedition Weekend (N) (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) (HD) Sewing Quilt Lily The This Old House Hour Rough Cut Smith Shop P. Allen Victory quilt. (HD) Garden (N) Big World Real Life 101 Teen Kids Winning Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid ProNews Edge gram gram gram gram Sonic X Bolts Tigrr Spider-Man Unlimited: DBZ Kai Fusion Yu-Gi-Oh! Yu-Gi-Oh! retires. (HD) Epilogue (N)

1:30

2 PM

2:30

3 PM

3:30

4 PM

4:30

5 PM

5:30

2014 French Open: Third Round: from Stade Roland Garros in Paris z{| (HD)

College Rugby: 2014 USA Sevens Colle- Track & Field: from Hayward Field in giate Rugby Championship Eugene, Ore. z{| (HD) Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Griffith Three Paid Pro- Griffith Paid Pro- PGA TOUR Golf: The Memorial Tournament: Third Round: from Muirfield Village Golf gram gram cents. gram gram Club in Dublin, Ohio z{| (HD) Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Bones: The Past in the Ambassadors of Hoops Inside: U.S. IndyCar Series: Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit: Race 1: from Belle Isle in gram gram Present (HD) Detroit z{| (HD) Cook’s (HD) Kitchen (HD) Master Simply Ming Kitchen Cooking Martha Meals Italian A Chef’s Life Your Home The This Old House Hour Chefs (HD) (N) School (N) Bakes (N) Market. (HD) (HD) Paid Pro- 2014 America’s Armed Mrs. Doubtfire (‘93, Comedy) BBB Robin Williams. Disguised father Glee: The Role You Were The Big The Big gram Forces River Parade becomes housekeeper. Born to Play (HD) Bang (HD) Bang (HD) Paid Pro- Paid Pro- Paid Pro- McKenzie Real Green MyDestina- Sanctuary: One Night Cou- Paid Pro- Cars.TV American LatiNation gram gram gram (HD) tion.TV ple abducted. gram

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Longmire (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman The Quiet Man (‘52, Romance) BBBD John Wayne. Fighting Irish. Maverick (‘94, Western) BBD Mel Gibson. A big poker game. The Matrix (‘99) BBBB (HD) Dogs 101 (HD) To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced TBA Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriends (HD) Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriends (HD) Girlfriend Girlfriend Girlfriend What’s Love Got to Do with It? (‘93) BBB Angela Bassett. Ladies Housewives Housewives Housewives Mistakes. Housewives Housewives Gossip. Housewives Housewives Real Housewives: Reunion, Part 1 Housewives Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid (6:00) New Day Sat. Smerconish CNN Newsroom Saturday The latest worldwide news and updates. Your (N) CNN Newsroom Saturday News and updates. Sanjay CNN Newsroom Half Hour (:28) White Chicks (‘04, Comedy) BD Shawn Wayans. (HD) (:58) Idiocracy (‘06, Comedy) Luke Wilson. (HD) American Pie 2 (‘01, Comedy) Jason Biggs. (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Tosh (HD) Austin Powers 3 (HD) Jake and Sofia (HD) The Muppets (‘11) BBB Jason Segel. Toy Story Blog Liv (HD) Blog Blog Blog Liv (HD) Liv (HD) Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck I Didn’t I Didn’t Jessie Jessie Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Gold Rush (HD) Bering Sea Gold (HD) Bering Sea Gold (HD) Moonshiners (HD) Moonshiners (HD) Street Outlaws (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter: from Bristol, Conn. (HD) Countdown NASCAR Nationwide Series: Dover z{| (HD) NHRA Qualifying no~ (7:30) Fab Five (HD) NHRA Lucas Oil (HD) NASCAR Nationwide Qual. (HD) 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #7 (HD) Update 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #8 (HD) Update Baseball Champ. (HD) Ever After: Cinderella Story (HD) Sydney White (‘07) BBD Amanda Bynes. (HD) Charlie St. Cloud (‘10, Drama) Zac Efron. (HD) Tuck Everlasting (‘02, Drama) BBD Alexis Bledel. The Prince & Me (‘04, Comedy) BB Julia Stiles. (HD) Best Thing Best Thing Trisha’s Pioneer Pioneer Farmhouse The Kitchen (N) Diners, Drive-Ins (HD) Rewrapped Rewrapped Save My Diners Diners Guy’s: Grocery Grillin’ Iron Chef Amer. (HD) FOX & Friends (HD) FOX & Friends (HD) Bulls (HD) Cavuto Forbes Cashin In News HQ (DC) (HD) America’s HQ (HD) Respected America’s News HQ (HD) Carol Alt News HQ The Five (HD) Paid Outdoors Paid Paid Ship Shape Anglers World Poker (HD) UEFA Champions League no~ Game 365 Icons A Piece Pregame World Poker (HD) World Poker (HD) Lucy Lucy Lucy Lucy Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Flubber (‘97, Comedy) BD Robin Williams. (HD) Cheaper by the Dozen (‘03) Steve Martin. (HD) It Could Happen (HD) Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen Win It Win It House scramble. Win It Victorian home. Love It or List It (HD) Property Property Property Property Property Property Property Property Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Mountain Men (HD) Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Oyakhilome Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Unsolved (HD) Movie Movie Movie Up w/ Steve Kornacki Pundit panel. (HD) Melissa Harris-Perry Political talk. (N) (HD) Weekends with Alex Witt (HD) MSNBC Live Live news. (HD) Karen Finney (HD) Caught (HD) Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Sanjay Breadwinne Sponge Megaforce Sponge Breadwinne Sanjay Fairly Fairly Fairly Fairly Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge Paid Paid Bar Rescue (HD) Hungry The Rundown (‘03, Action) BBD Dwayne Johnson. (HD) Walking Tall (‘04, Action) Dwayne Johnson. (HD) Cops Cops Jail (HD) Cops Cops Paid Paid Dead Season (‘12, Horror) James C. Burns. (HD) Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (‘09) BD (HD) Rise of the Zombies (‘12) (HD) Zombie Apocalypse (‘11) BD Ving Rhames. (HD) Resident Evil BBD (HD) Payne Browns There Yet? Queens Queens Journey to the Center of the Earth (‘08) (HD) Spider-Man (‘02, Action) BBB Tobey Maguire. Hero teen. Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Hotel (‘67) Berlin Express (‘48) Merle Oberon. Carson Doctor in the House (‘55) BBD (:15) High Plains Drifter (‘73) Clint Eastwood. (:15) Helen of Troy (‘56, Drama) Stanley Baker. Love and war. World Without End (‘56) BBD Paid (HD) Paid (HD) Home Home Home Home Home Home Home (N) Home (N) To Be Announced Outrageous 911 (HD) Outrageous 911 (HD) OMG EMT! (HD) OMG EMT! (HD) Cold Justice (HD) Cold Justice (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Law & Order (HD) Unknown (‘11, Thriller) BBB Liam Neeson. (HD) (:15) The Next Three Days (‘10, Crime) Russell Crowe. (HD) Lincoln Paid Paid Paid Paid Top 20 Top 20 Top 20 Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic Lizard Lic truTV Top truTV Top Old couple. Jokers Jokers Brady Brady Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Paid Paid Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (‘07, Adventure) BBB Johnny Depp. (HD) The Bourne Ultimatum (‘07, Thriller) BBBD Matt Damon. (HD) The Mechanic (‘11, Action) BBB Jason Statham. Fast Five (‘11) BBB Paid Paid Paid Paid Bring It On (‘00, Comedy) BBD Kirsten Dunst. Bring It On (‘00, Comedy) BBD Kirsten Dunst. Marriage: The Ambush Mystery Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Paid Paid Matlock Home Vid Miracle (‘04, Drama) Kurt Russell. Hockey underdogs. (HD) Home Vid White Sox MLB Baseball: San Diego Padres at Chicago White Sox z{| (HD) Law & Order (HD)

HIGHLIGHTS

SATURDAY EVENING MAY 31 TW FT

My Fair Lady 8:00 p.m. on TCM A British professor makes a bet that he can transform an unrefined Cockney flower girl into a dignified lady and fool everyone into thinking she’s a socialite, but to his surprise, he ends up falling in love with her along the way. Bet on Your Baby 8:00 p.m. on WOLO A three year old is given the challenge of picking up a phone within the time it takes to ring six times; triplets must empty three rolls of toilet paper in 90 seconds; a grandmother bets on what outfit her grandchild will put on. (HD) Law Abiding Citizen 9:00 p.m. on SPIKE A decade after his wife and child were brutally murdered, a brilliant inventor intends to exact revenge on everyone who was involved in allowing one of the killers to eventually go free, including the attorney who spearheaded the plea bargain. (HD) Sing Your Face Off Premiering Satur9:00 p.m. day at 9 p.m., on WOLO WOLO’s talent Sebastian Bach competition performs as Adam “Sing Your Face Levine, Landry Off” transforms Fields performs as such celebrities Lionel Richie, Jon as Jon Lovitz into Lovitz performs as a famous musical Elton John, China icon. Anne McClain performs as Rihanna and Lisa Rinna performs as Dolly Parton; David Allen Grier guest judges. The Little Mermaid 9:45 p.m. on FAM A 16-year-old mermaid with an obsession for above-the-water culture ignores the advice of her royal father by venturing up to the surface, where she immediately falls for a Prince and catches the unwanted attentions of an evil sea witch. (HD)

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

1 AM

1:30

News (HD) Entertainment Tonight (N) Dateline Saturday Night Mystery (N) (HD) The Blacklist Fugitive helps. News (:29) Saturday Night Live Sketch comedy, (:02)Criminal Minds: A (HD) (HD) celebrity hosts & music. (HD) Shade of Gray (HD) News 19 @ CBS Evening Inside Edi- Paid Pro- Mike & Molly Friends with The Mentalist: Golden 48 Hours (N) News 19 @ (:35) CSI: Miami: Raging (:35) Crook & Chase Artist Entertainers 6pm (HD) tion (N) gram (HD) (HD) Hammer Spy ring. (HD) 11pm Cannibal (HD) interviews. (N) World News Paid Pro- Wheel For- Jeopardy! Bet on Your Baby (N) (HD) Sing Your Face Off Adam Levine and other imperson- News (HD) White Collar: Veiled Threat Burn Notice: Unpaid Debts Red Carpet (HD) gram tune (HD) (HD) ations. (N) (HD) (HD) (HD) (N) (HD) Lawrence Welk: All Time Moone Boy Spy (HD) Father Brown: The Laws of Doc Martin: Old Dogs A new Jammin Sun Studio Austin City Limits Country Nature: American Eagle NOVA: D-Day’s Sunken SeFavorites (HD) Motion (HD) secretary. artists. (HD) (HD) crets (HD) Modern Modern MLB Baseball: Regional Coverage-Teams TBA z{| (HD) News The Middle (:15)Axe Cop The Insatia- Ring of Honor Wrestling The Closer: Four to Eight Family (HD) Family (HD) (HD) (HD) ble (HD) (N) (HD) Gang shooting. (HD) The Office The Office Community Community First Family First Family Mr. Box Of- Mr. Box Of- Access Hollywood (N) (HD) The Arsenio Hall Show Futurama Futurama Always Always (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) (HD) fice (HD) fice (HD) (HD) Sunny (HD) Sunny (HD) News

CABLE CHANNELS Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) Criminal Minds (HD) (4:30) The Matrix (‘99) BBBB (HD) The Dark Knight (‘08, Action) BBBB Christian Bale. Batman’s new enemy. (HD) TURN: Challenge (HD) Jaws (‘75, Horror) BBBD Roy Scheider. (HD) To Be Announced Cat From Hell (N) (HD) My Cat from Hell (N) My Tiny Terror (N) Bad Dog! (HD) My Cat from Hell (HD) Terror: Mini Cujo Bad Dog! (HD) Love? Just Wright (‘10, Comedy) BB Queen Latifah. Therapy and romance. Why Did I Get Married? (‘07, Comedy) BD Tyler Perry. A sobering reunion. Daddy’s Little Girls (‘07) B The Switch (‘10, Comedy) BBD Jennifer Aniston. Sweet Home Alabama (‘02) Redneck husband. Sweet Home Alabama (‘02) Redneck husband. The Switch (‘10, Comedy) BBD Jennifer Aniston. Paid Paid Debt Debt Suze Orman Suze Orman Show (N) Greed Greed Suze Orman Greed (5:00) CNN Newsroom Saturday CNN Spot Television Anthony: Russia Anthony Television Anthony: Russia Anthony (4:58) Austin Powers in Goldmember (‘02, Comedy) BBD Mike Myers. Austin needs dad’s help with Dr. Evil. (HD) Aziz Ansari (HD) Daniel Tosh (HD) Dave (N) Road Work Austin Austin Blog Blog Jessie Austin I Didn’t Blog Lab Rats Kickin’ It Good Luck Blog Good Luck Jessie Blog Austin Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Fast N’ Loud (HD) Mini Monsters Small creatures. (N) (HD) Deadliest Catch (HD) Mini Monsters Small creatures. (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #9 (HD) Update 2014 NCAA Women’s CWS: Game #10 (HD) SportsCenter (HD) SportsCenter (HD) 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship (HD) 2014 NCAA Baseball Championship z{| (HD) Sports ESPN Bases Baseball Tonight (HD) Inside: U.S. (HD) Pocahontas (‘95) Judy Kuhn. (HD) (:45) Mulan (‘98, Adventure) Jerry Tondo. (HD) The Little Mermaid (‘89) Samuel E. Wright. (HD) Dolphin Tale (‘11, Drama) BBB Morgan Freeman. (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) Restaurant (HD) Chopped (HD) Chopped (HD) America’s HQ (HD) Report Saturday (HD) Huckabee (N) (HD) Justice (N) (HD) Geraldo at Large (HD) Red Eye (HD) Justice (HD) Geraldo at Large (HD) Game 365 UEFA Champions League: Atlético Madrid vs Real Madrid Bull Riding Golden Boy Live: from Boston no} (HD) MLB Baseball: Atlanta vs Miami no} (HD) It Could Happen (HD) Lucky in Love (‘14) Jessica Szohr. (HD) A Crush on You (‘11) BBD Brigid Brannagh. (HD) Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) Property Bro (HD) House Hunters (N) Hunters Hunters Property Bro (HD) House Hunters (N) The World Wars: Trial By Fire (HD) The World Wars: A Rising Threat (HD) The World Wars: Never Surrender (HD) (:01) The World Wars: A Rising Threat (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) Law & Order CI (HD) psych Movie Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Movie Petals on the Wind (‘14) Heather Graham. (HD) Caught (HD) Caught (HD) Caught (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (N) (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Lockup (HD) Haunted Thunderman Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Sam & Cat (HD) Thunderman Awesome Full Hse Full Hse Friends Friends Friends (:48) Friends Lopez Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Law Abiding Citizen (‘09, Crime) BBB Jamie Foxx. (HD) The Rundown (‘03, Action) BBD Dwayne Johnson. (HD) Resident Evil BBD (HD) Resident Evil: Extinction (‘07) Milla Jovovich. The Crazies (‘10, Horror) BBB Timothy Olyphant. Zombie Apocalypse (‘11) BD Ving Rhames. (HD) Rise of Zombies (HD) Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Deal With Journey to the Center of the Earth (‘08) (HD) Spider From the Earth to the Moon (‘58) BB My Fair Lady (‘64, Musical) BBBD Audrey Hepburn. Class and romance. Princess Tam Tam (‘35) BBD Born Yesterday (‘50) Judy Holliday. OMG EMT! (HD) OMG EMT! (HD) Sex Sent Me (HD) Sex Sent Me (N) (HD) We Should Have (N) Sex Sent Me (HD) We Should Have (HD) Sex Sent Me (HD) The Lincoln Lawyer (‘11) Mobile lawyer. (HD) Tip-Off 2014 NBA Playoffs: San Antonio vs Oklahoma City z{| Inside the NBA (HD) The Next Three Days (‘10) Russell Crowe. (HD) Dumbest Angry Elmo. Dumbest Dumbest Lion trainers. World’s Dumbest... Carbonaro Carbonaro (:01) truTV Top Dumbest Lion trainers. (:02) World’s Dumbest Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends Friends (5:00) Fast Five (‘11, Action) BBB Vin Diesel. Modern Modern Modern Modern Modern Modern The Mechanic (‘11, Action) BBB Jason Statham. CSI: Crime (HD) Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Marriage: The Ambush Mystery Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Will Grace Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Home Videos (HD) Bones (HD) Bones (HD) Rules Rules Rules Rules

CROSSWORD

MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS A

The Departed. aaaa ‘06 Leonardo DiCaprio. An undercover cop discovers that a mobster is working as a police officer. R (3:30) SPIKE Thu. 9:00 a.m.

B

Forrest Gump. aaaa ‘94 Tom Hanks. A slow-witted man grows to adulthood amid the historic events of four decades. PG13 (3:00) FAM Mon. 8:00 p.m., Tue. 6:00 p.m. Friendly Persuasion. aaaa ‘56 Gary Cooper. The members of a Quaker family confront their own consciences because of war. NR (2:30) TCM Mon. 10:00 a.m.

Alice in Wonderland. aaa ‘10 Johnny Depp. A 19-year-old woman returns to Wonderland to fight for the world’s freedom. PG (2:30) WACH Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Best Years of Our Lives. aaac ‘46 Myrna Loy. Three American servicemen return home from WWII and adjust to life’s changes. NR (3:00) TCM Mon. 10:30 p.m. The Bourne Ultimatum. aaac ‘07 Matt Damon. An amnesiac assassin tries to uncover the secrets of his past. PG-13 (2:30) USA Sat. 12:30 p.m.

C

Citizen Kane. aaaa ‘41 Orson Welles. A determined reporter seeks the meaning behind a newspaper mogul’s dying words. NR (2:15) TCM Thu. 8:00 p.m.

D

The Dark Knight. aaaa ‘08 Christian Bale. A new enemy attacks Gotham City and develops a personal enmity for Batman. PG-13 (3:30) AMC Sat. 7:30 p.m.

ACROSS 1. Role on “The Big Bang Theory” 4. “Breaking __”; 2008-13 AMC series 7. Actress Dawber 10. 54 and 56 11. Wallach or Marienthal 12. Actress Ortiz 13. Actor on “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (2) 16. “__ __ of Two Cities” 17. Brian Van Holt’s role on “Cougar Town” 20. Actor on “How I Met Your Mother” 24. Suffix for press or text 25. Channing Tatum’s state of birth: abbr. 26. “I __ of Jeannie” 29. __ Field 31. “__ __ Trees” 33. Actor on “The Goldbergs” (2) 39. “__ of Practice” 40. “Ocean __.” (2002-03)

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

41. With 2 Down, 1997 Nicolas Cage movie (2) 42. “When Harry __ Sally...”; 1989 Meg Ryan film 43. “The __ Adventures of Old Christine” 44. “Eagle __”; 2008 Shia LaBeouf movie DOWN 1. Tease 2. See 41 Across 3. Montana, for one 4. Character on “The Flintstones” 5. 1974 Best Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy winner 6. Places a call using an old phone 7. O’Brien or Morita 8. Year south of the border 9. “A Gifted __” 14. Hunter, for one 15. Bruce or Brandon 17. Labyorteaux’s role on “JAG”

18. Bobby the Bruin 19. “The Singing __” 21. “My __ Sal”; 1942 Rita Hayworth movie 22. Building annex, often 23. “__ the Favorite”; 2012 Bruce Willis film 27. Robert’s love on “Everybody Loves Raymond” 28. Boone of “The Blacklist” 29. Tendon; strong tissue 30. “The Atom __ Show” (1965-68) 32. Ms. Campbell 33. __ Paris; role on “Star Trek: Voyager” 34. First name for an actress on “The Golden Girls” 35. Mel the Giant 36. “__ Age: Continental Drift”; 2012 film 37. Myrna __ 38. 90° from NNW

F

G

Glory. aaac ‘89 Matthew Broderick. An inexperienced Union officer commands an all-black unit during the Civil War. R (2:30) AMC Sun. 11:00 a.m.

H

Halloween. aaac ‘78 Jamie Lee Curtis. A psychotic man returns to his hometown to stalk and slash helpless teenagers. R (2:00) AMC Fri. 4:00 a.m. High Plains Drifter. aaac ‘73 Clint Eastwood. Mysterious drifter is hired to protect a town from vengeful outlaws. R (2:00) TCM Sat. 12:15 p.m.

I

Inside Man. aaac ‘06 Denzel Washington. A bank robber’s attempt at the perfect heist becomes a hostage situation. R (2:30) USA Wed. 7:30 a.m. Invincible. aaa ‘06 Mark Wahlberg. A Philadelphia bartender goes to an open tryout for his favorite NFL team. PG (2:30) AMC Wed. 11:00 p.m., Thu. 2:30 p.m.

J

Jaws. aaac ‘75 Roy Scheider. A great white shark begins to menace the waters of a New England resort town. PG (3:00) AMC Sat. 12:00 a.m. Juno. aaac ‘07 Ellen Page. A pregnant teen arranges to give her baby to a seemingly perfect couple. PG-13 (2:00) USA Fri. 12:01 a.m.

L

by a robust Italian longshoreman. NR (2:15) TCM Tue. 2:30 a.m.

M

San Francisco. aaac ‘36 Clark Gable. A gambling hall owner hires a young singer to act as a sex symbol in his club. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 9:30 a.m. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. aaac ‘10 Michael Cera. In Toronto, a nerdy bass guitarist is forced to battle a girl’s seven evil exes. PG-13 (2:33) COM Tue. 1:54 p.m.

O

Titanic. aaac ‘97 Leonardo DiCaprio. A dashing vagabond falls in love with a rich girl aboard an ill-fated ship. PG-13 (4:00) BRAVO Thu. 11:30 p.m., Fri. 4:00 p.m. Twelve O’Clock High. aaac ‘49 Gregory Peck. During World War II, an American general whips a bomber squadron into shape. NR (2:30) TCM Mon. 8:00 p.m.

Laura. aaac ‘44 Gene Tierney. A detective becomes obsessed with a beautiful murder victim. NR (1:45) TCM Tue. 10:00 p.m. Lonely Hearts. aaac ‘81 Norman Kaye. A piano tuner and a shy office worker form a tentative romance. R (2:00) TCM Fri. 4:00 a.m. The Matrix. aaaa ‘99 Keanu Reeves. A hacker joins a shadowy collective’s struggle to free humankind from slavery. R (3:01) AMC Fri. 7:00 p.m., Sat. 4:30 p.m. Mister Roberts. aaaa ‘55 Henry Fonda. A Naval officer contends with an eccentric captain and strange crewmates. NR (2:15) TCM Sun. 12:00 p.m. Ocean’s Eleven. aaa ‘01 George Clooney. An ex-con robs three Las Vegas casinos to win over his ex-wife. PG-13 (2:30) WGN Sun. 7:30 p.m. The Opposite Sex. aaa ‘56 June Allyson. A nightclub singer tries to woo her former husband away from a temptress. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 10:00 p.m.

P Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. aaa ‘07 Johnny Depp. Pirate alliance battles a nefarious shipping magnate and a cursed crew. PG-13 (3:30) USA Sat. 9:00 a.m. Pulp Fiction. aaaa ‘94 John Travolta. In Los Angeles, two eccentric hit men interact with diverse characters. R (3:00) AMC Sat. 3:00 a.m.

Q

The Quiet Man. aaac ‘52 John Wayne. An Irish-American boxer heads back to Ireland to reclaim his homestead. NR (3:00) AMC Sat. 10:30 a.m.

R

Rocky. aaac ‘76 Sylvester Stallone. A boxer romances a shy woman and shoots for fame in a championship fight. PG (2:00) ION Sun. 3:30 p.m., Thu. 11:00 a.m. The Rose Tattoo. aaa ‘55 Burt Lancaster. A Southern widow is romanced

S

T

U

Unknown. aaa ‘11 Liam Neeson. After a wreck, a doctor wakes up and finds no one knows him, including his wife. PG-13 (2:15) TNT Sat. 1:00 p.m.

W

Welcome Danger. aaa ‘29 Harold Lloyd. Student replaces his late father as chief of police to curb crime in Chinatown. NR (2:00) TCM Wed. 6:00 a.m.

Y

Young Guns. aaa ‘88 Emilio Estevez. Six young gunslingers set out to avenge the murder of their mentor. R (2:00) TBS Mon. 2:00 a.m.

SOLUTION


THE SUMTER ITEM

COMICS

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

|

E7


E8

|

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2014

COMICS

THE SUMTER ITEM

May 25, 2014  
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you