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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - April 7, 2011, Aiken, South Carolina TODAY’S HEATHER FORECAST i High: 80° • Low: 45° Mostly sunny; chance of rain: 0% • For full forecast, please see page 12CDOE: No additional SRS layoffs needed “At this time, no additional workforce restructuring plans are needed ... ” ; ■ February’s DOE directive to put two facilities on minimum activity status won’t add to 1,400 layoffs already planned. By ANNA DOLIANITIS Staff writer Though Savannah River Nuclear Solutions was directed by the Department of Energy to prepare a restructuring plan to minimize activity and staffing at the Savannah River Site’s H-Canyon and HB line, DOE said Wednesday that the necessary restructuring can be done under the current plant to lay off 1,400 employees without affecting any additional employees. SRNS received a letter on Feb. 8 advising the contractor to plan to put the Site’s nuclear separations facility, which employs about 750 people, into minimum activity status by Dec. 31, and a restructuring plan was due Jim Giusti, • DOE spokesperson '• to IXJE late last week. However, DOE spokesperson Jim Giusti said Wednesday, any shifts in staffing related to the modified operations of H-Canyon could be handled under the 1,400-employee layoffs that began late last year and have reduced SRNS’ workforce by 670 employees thus far. Please see SRS, page 5A The DISNEY LIVE coloring contest! Find Mickey’s picture, color him in and enter to win tickets to the April 15 performance of Mickey's Magic Show! Vo in* Loon I Sourer Si ii cr I SCL Vol. 145, No. 97    Thursday,    April    7,    2011    500 ■ WWW.aikenstandard.com mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmZii the ^ Outnine NIN! DAILY FACTS TO MASTER TNI WEERHole of the day - Azalea Hole No. 13, par 5, 510 yards. An accurate tee Shot u to     - the center    ^ of the fairway sets up    \ players to go for the green. A tributary to Rae's Creek winds in front of the green, and four bunkers Me behind the putting surface. From tee to green, there are about 1,600 azaleas On the schedule: Gates open * 8 am, gates dos* 30 mnutes artar pfay 10:45 am - 6 pm. Amen Comer live video 11:45 am. - 7 p.m. Holes No. 15 and 16 live video NOON - 7:30 pm. Featured group I live video and featured group 2 live video 2 p.m. Masters Radio live audio 3-7:30 p m live coverage on ESPN 3 - 7:30 p.m. Masters in depth live video coverage highlights 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Masters 30 live video 8-11 p m. Replay of ESPN's telecast 11:30 pm. -11:45 pm. Highlights Show on CBS ALL DAY Live video of player interviewsChance to repeat? Only three times in Masters history has a champion defended his title the next year. Jack Ntcklaus became the first back-to-back winner in 1965 and 1966, and it took until 1989 and 1990 for Nick Faldo to match Nicklaus' feat. The latest back-to-back wins came in 2001 and 2002 when Tiger Woods accomplished the task. Last year s champion, threetime winner Phil Mtckelson, is considered by many as the favorite this year and will try to join the club of repeat winners.Honorary starters Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus wi act as the honorary starters for the 2011 Mas tars. The ceremony is scheduled to begin AP photo Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus at the Par 3 on Wednesday. at 7:40 this morning on the first tee. Gates will open at 7:25. Nicklaus joined Palmer for the first time in this role last year. Over their careers at the Masters, the two combined for IO green jackets. Masters trivia Who is the only player to complete the career Grand Slam by winning the Masters? a.) Gene S ar aren b.) Gary Player c.| Ben Hogan Please see page 5A for the answer.Key anniversary 20 years ago: tan Woosnam became the first No. I player to win the Masters, having gone to the top of the world ranking only a week before Going to the 18th hole, Woosnam was tied for the toad with Jose Maria Olazabal and 41 -year-old Tom Watson, who made eagle on the 13th and 15th holes. Olazabal, in the group ahead, drove into a fairway bunker and made bogey. Watson, playing along side Woosnam, drove into the trees and three-putted for double bogey. Woosnam holed a 6-foot par putt to close with a 72 for a one shot victory.What to do in Aiken? One Hundred Laurens Mike Frost Jazz Trio The Willcox: Jazz night from 6-8 p.m. Polo Tavern at Hotel Aiken: DJ Eddie Brodie at 9:30 p.m. Tipsey McStumbtes DJ Solo Boy at 9 pm. Playoffs Sports Bar fr Grill Jon Rooks from 3 to 6 p.m. Aiken Golf Club: Join Cam Huffman and Jeremy Timmerman as they film AS TVs “On the Sports Front" at 6 p m.Wire-to wire Whoever is on top of the leaderboard today win be attempting to pol off a featThis year’s Masters has many S.C. ties By CAM HUFFMAN Sports editor AUGUSTA — When it comes to local favorites, this year’s Masters is void of some of the usual stars. Augusta’s * Charles Howell HI, who finished tied for 13th in 2004. hasn’t played in the tournament since missing the cut in 2008, and fellow Augustan Vaughn Taylor also came up short of the qualifications for an invite this year after finishing loth in 2007. The only Aikenue with a current PGA Tour card, rookie Kevin Risner, has won $34,571 on tour this year, but he’ll have to wait at least another year before strolling the Augusta National grounds. But if you’re looking for some Palmetto State flavor to capture your rooting interest, you’re in luck. Please see S.C. TIES, page UA that hasn't been accomplished rn nearly 40 years. Only four golfers have gone wire-to wire, leading the tournament from start to finish. Raymond Floyd was the last one in 1976. Others were Jack Nicklaus in 1972, Arnold Palmer in 1960 and Craig Wood in 1941.Quoteworthy "I quit after nine holes I told him my back was hurting. He was up seven in our match play * -Masters chairman Bitty Payne on playing the new Tiger Woods PCA Tour 2012: The Masters" golf game with hts yr audion Glover Payne Calendar 3C Classifieds 4B Crossword UC Comics IOC Dear Abby IIC Horoscopes IIC Markets 12A Movie Listings 3C Nation/World 12A Opinions UA Puzzles f IIC Sports Ii TV Listings 2C Chloe Michelle Bradshaw,    Willie Edward "Eddie" Warrenville    Marriott, Easley Christine Elizabeth Kramer,    Paul "Buck" Stallings, Gloverville    Jackson RESTAURANT HOLDUP CRIME SPREE ilaL Video still courtesy ACSO Aiken County Sheriff 's deputies hope this still taken from security footage of Tuesday night's Waffle House robbery in Clearwater will help them capture a gunman suspected in three other recent restaurant robberies. Same suspect sought in four area robberies By KAREN DAILY Staff writer Local law enforcement officials said they are working together to investigate a senes of holdups they believe have been committed by the same suspect at four area restaurants. The first of the holdups was reported Tuesday, March 22, when a lone gunman entered an Edgefield Road Wattle House in North Augusta and fired a single round into the air during the 3 am. aimed robbery . The man w as wearing a hooded sweat shirt and had his face covered. He left w ith money but was never identified. fhe following day, a man entered a Waffle House on Riverwatch Parkway in Augusta around I a ni. He again fired a single Adolf Toney, Atlanta, Ga. Lloyd Norman Van Fossen, Gloverville round into the air. He made oil w uh an undisclosed amount of money. This Saturday, a gunman entered the Subway on Richland Av enue about 8:30 p.m., located directly across from an Aiken Waffle House, and held up the restaurant. The suspect received an undisclosed amount of money and fled the arca. On Tuesday, another Wattle House was held up rn Aiken County. A suspect entered the Clearwater restaurant around 9:45 p.m. and fired a single shot into the air. He demanded and received money. Investigators said they are working across jurisdictional lines in an effort to track, identify and arrest the man they believe is responsible for all four holdups, Please see HOLDUPS, page 14A Stanford "Stamp" Whitt, Savannah, Ga. Deaths and funerals I CA TOYOTA Of \ NORTH AUGUSTA www.bobrichardstoyota.com CALL 803-279-8400 • Anti lockout privier door Looks • Pokier windows * Cruise* control * Comfortable seating for 5 * A/aloofe sift' tnd side*€uftaln airbag SIHI J 3 A 009,10000 1,HI v SIOWORIVE 2011 CAMRY LE LEASE *199 PBR MONTH • 39 MO. sn DUB AT SIGNtNG WAC INCLUDES $299 CLOSING FEE PLUS TAX, TAG & TITLE. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. I or 500 CASH BACK ;

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