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Cleveland - Creative Circle Media Solutions
F R I D AY
APRIL 8, 2016
161st YEAR • NO. 294
CLEVELAND, TN 20 PAGES • 50¢
Bradley’s hotel industry growth driven by tourism
Large ministry events,
graduations and corporate
meetings contribute
By JOYANNA LOVE
Banner Senior Staff Writer
Tourism in Bradley County
has shown continued growth
over the past five years.
This growth has caught the
attention of the hotel industry as
Inside Today
more options are coming to the
area.
One mid-to-high scale hotel is
in the construction phase and
another has begun the planning
stages. There has also been a
feasibility study for a conference
center and hotel downtown.
In addition to tourists staying
in Cleveland for rafting trips on
the Ocoee River and other
leisure, Lee University graduations, sporting events, corporate
meetings and ministry events
contribute to the number of hotel
stays.
Melissa Woody, vice president
for tourism development for the
Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of
Commerce, said lodging tax data
shows summer is the peak time
for hotel stays in Cleveland.
“We love those great events
that are bringing people in on a
regular basis,” Woody said. “Lee
University brings in people for
Lee Day and graduation, events,
parents visits and things like
that.”
Based on information from
Omega Center International
reservations and projection data,
in one year 33,000 will attend
events there, Woody said.
“So if you are looking at hotels,
we have 1,700 hotel rooms. If
you’ve got an event with 3,500
people there, even if you are doubling up rooms … you are over-
flowing (hotels) with those events
to the next exit,” Woody said.
Travelers who stay in
Cleveland before driving to their
final destination also contribute
to summer tourism numbers.
“We are right in the middle of
Interstate 75 as it stretches from
Michigan to Florida,” Woody said.
“They want to stop where there is
some activity and some nice
brand hotels.”
Throughout the year, corpo-
He is charged in
Tyler Worth death
By ALLEN MINCEY
Precautions taken
on campuses
Banner Staff Writer
Spieth leads the
way at Masters
Defending champion Jordan
Spieth fired a 6-under par 66 to
take the lead after Round 1 of the
Masters at Augusta National.
Bradley Central’s T.J. Hicks finished second at the prestigious
NHSCA Junior Nationals
wrestling tournament in Virginia
Beach, Va. The Tennessee
Volunteers worked out in pads
Thursday and will take today off.
See Sports, Pages 11-13.
Political poll
Seven in 10 people, including
close to half of Republican voters,
have an unfavorable view of
Donald Trump, according to a
new Associated Press-GfK poll.
See story, Page 5.
Public health
The Bradley County Health
Department and Bradley County
government are recognizing this
first week of April as Public
Health Week. See story, Page 9.
Forecast
By BRIAN GRAVES
Banner Staff Writer
CSCC WAS once again honored with Tree Campus USA Recognition by the Arbor Day
Foundation. From left are Robert Brewer, associate professor of biology, and Dr. Bill Seymour,
CSCC president.
Cleveland State earns Tree
Campus USA recognition
Special to the Banner
Cleveland State Community College was honored with 2015 Tree Campus USA® recognition
by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment
to effective urban forest management.
“Students are eager to volunteer in their communities and become better stewards of the
environment,” said Matt Harris, chief executive
of the Arbor Day Foundation.
“Participating in Tree Campus USA sets a fine
example for other colleges and universities, while
helping to create a healthier planet for us all.”
Tree Campus USA is a national program created in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation and
to honor colleges and universities for effective
campus forest management and for engaging
staff and students in conservation goals.
Cleveland State Community College achieved
the title by meeting Tree Campus USA’s five
standards, which include maintaining a tree
advisory committee, a campus tree-care plan,
See TREE, Page 8
See HUGHES, Page 8
Today looks to be partly sunny,
with a high near 57. Tonight’s forecast calls for partly cloudy skies,
with a low around 37. West winds
of 5 to 15 mph could gust as high
as 20. Saturday should be sunny,
with a high near 55. Saturday night
should be mostly clear, with a low
around 34. Sunday calls for mostly
sunny skies, with a high near 67.
Sunday night should be partly
cloudy, with a low around 47.
Authorities are in the process
of singling out two siblings for
investigation Friday following text
messages one sent to another
about possible shootings at Lake
Forest Middle School.
According to Sheriff Eric
Watson, one of the siblings
attends Bradley Central High
School and the other attends
Lake Forest.
“The one at Bradley was texting
the messages to the sibling at
Lake Forest,” Watson said.
“We are fully manned and on
top of this situation,” the sheriff
said. “We do not believe the threat
is credible.”
Watson said he felt confident
the perpetrators would be caught.
“There will be no tolerance for
this kind of activity,” the sheriff
said. “We will catch them and
they will be punished to the
fullest extent of the law.”
The Friday morning texts
brought extra nerves after scribblings on a bathroom wall caused
more caution at Bradley Central
High School this morning.
According to officials, words
written on a bathroom stall
Thursday caused school officials
to contact law enforcement to
investigate the matter.
Director of Schools Dr. Linda
Cash released a statement
Thursday evening saying every
See BCHS, Page 8
Pinwheels are popping up to raise
child abuse prevention awareness
By JOYANNA LOVE
Banner Senior Staff Writer
Pinwheels are blooming in gardens around town this month to
bring awareness to child abuse
prevention efforts.
The Behavioral Research
Institute, Blue Springs Laundry,
Central Park, Cleveland State
Community College’s Early
Childhood Education Club and
The Caring Place are each participating in the Prevent Child
Abuse Tennessee’s Pinwheels for
Prevention campaign. All the pinwheels are blue and silver.
Today has been designated by
Index
Church.........................................6,7
Classified................................18-19
Comics.........................................15
Editorial........................................14
Horoscope....................................15
Lifestyles........................................4
Obituaries.......................................2
Sports......................................11-13
Stocks........................................... 4
TV Schedule...........................16,17
Weather........................................10
Around Town
Reagan and Holden Hartline
finding a “bear” on the beach ...
Hilda Sutton making a dinner for
her church even though she was
sick ... Kryss Barick putting on
his muscles “more than they
were able to bear” ... Jason
Browning trying to figure out how
to operate the elevator at his
workplace.
Banner photo, HOWARD PIERCE
6 89076 75112 4
See TOURISM, Page 8
School
threats
probed
Jody Hughes
bound over
to grand jury
The case against Jody Hughes,
accused in the October homicide
of Tyler Worth, has been bound
over to a Bradley County grand
jury.
Hughes was one of five people
arrested for the murder of Worth,
whose body was found in a ravine
in Polk County. Hughes was present in Bradley County General
Session Court on Thursday afternoon.
Testimony on Thursday in the
preliminary hearing concentrated
on eyewitness Ashley Marie
Rutledge, who is Hughes’ wife,
according to attorney Mitchell
Bryant. Her emotional testimony
related to Worth being with
Hughes, herself, and three others
when he was killed.
She spoke of traveling to various parts of Bradley County
before coming to a side road
where she said she heard shots
fired, then saw Worth’s body laying on the ground. She mentioned that one of the defendants
began taking a gun apart and
throwing pieces of it along the
road, while parts of the gun were
placed in a bag and given to
Hughes’ mom at an APD 40 eating establishment.
Rutledge also said the defendants ended up picking up some
shovels and burying Worth’s
body, then leaving the scene.
Cleveland Police Department
reports had said Worth was
picked up off Green Drive and
taken to a location off Hughes
Lake Road where it was first left.
rate meetings held by Bradley
County’s 14 Fortune 500 companies and four Fortune 1,000
companies also contribute to
hotel stays.
Woody said organizations such
as the Church of God World
Missions and its international
offices also hold large meetings
with people coming in from out of
town.
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee
as Wear Blue Day.
Tennesseans are encouraged
to “wear blue, to show support
for great childhoods and raise
awareness surrounding child
abuse prevention. Photos can be
shared on social media with the
hashtag #greatchildhoods.”
Suzanne Wood, faculty sponsor of the Early Childhood
Education Club, said the students always do a child abuse
awareness project in April.
This year she selected
Pinwheels for Prevention as the
project. The pinwheel garden will
be near the humanities building
where the club meets.
Wood said statistically speaking the number of child abuse
cases “is not going down, it’s rising, so we need all the prevention
we can find.”
In addition to the garden, the
club hopes to have flowerpots
with pinwheels in each building
on campus.
The club has discussed putting the name of a child who is
having a healthy childhood on
each pinwheel, as a way to support Prevent Child Abuse
Tennessee’s motto of “Every child
deserves a great childhood.”
The Behavioral Research
Institute’s programs offer prevention techniques to parents
through stress management and
ways to “help them be the best
parents they can be,” agency
director Michael Bennett said.
PINWHEELS sparkle and spin near Central Park in support of
Pinwheels for Prevention, a campaign to bring awareness to child
See PINWHEELS, Page 8
abuse prevention.
Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS
KEITH SCOTT, right, manager of Cooke’s Food’s main supermarket on Keith Street, joins Bakery/Deli manager Wendy Noelck as they
display the five trophies the store has received for consecutive years
of being selected as the divisional winner in Associate Warehouse
Grocers’ competition for merchandising. This year the store was
selected a national winner among AWG’s seven divisions, which
includes more than 3,500 stores.
Cooke’s Bakery/Deli
wins top AWG honor
By LARRY C. BOWERS
Banner Staff Writer
Last year Cooke’s Food Store on
Keith Street was selected as the
national winner for merchandising in its Produce department.
The award singled out the store
from among more than 3,500
stores in the Associate Warehouse
Grocers organization.
This national honor apparently
created
some
envy
for
Bakery/Deli manager Wendy
Noelck and her 30 staff members,
despite five consecutive years of
winning the AWG divisional merchandising award.
The Bakery/Deli department
struck back this year, and was
See COOKE'S, Page 8
2—Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016
www.clevelandbanner.com
OBITUARIES
Gertrude Branner
Burnell Marie McNabb
Sharon Riddle
Gertrude Branner, 101, died
Tuesday, April 5, 2016, in
Hamilton, Ohio.
Survivors and funeral arrangements to be announced by M.D.
Dotson & Sons Funeral Home.
Burnell Marie McNabb, passed
away Wednesday, April 6, 2016,
at her home.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Dolphin McNabb;
and her daughter, Sandra Harrill.
She was survived by her sons:
Doyle and Paul McNabb; sister,
several grandchildren; and greatgrandchildren.
A Celebration of Life of Burnell
Marie McNabb, will be held on
Saturday, April 9, 2016, at 3 p.m.
at Waterville Baptist Church.
Interment will follow at the
Sunset Memorial Cemetery.
Grissom Serenity Funeral
Homes is in charge of arrangements.
We invite you to visit www.grissomserenity.com to view the obituary and leave a message of
condolence.
Sharon
Riddle,
66,
of
Chattanooga, died Thursday,
April 7, 2016.
Survivors and arrangements
will be announced by Companion
Funeral Home.
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Mary Jane Williams
Mary Jane Williams, 97, of
Cleveland,
passed
away
Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at
Wanda Lane Shannon, 83, of Signature Health Care Center of
Birchwood, died Thursday, April Cleveland.
7, 2016, at Life Care of Rhea
She was a daughter of the late
County.
Marion and Mary Crump.
A Remembrance of Life servShe was preceded in death by
ice will be held Sunday, April 10, her husband, James Lake
2016, at 2 p.m. from Jim Rush Williams; her parents; two sisFuneral & Cremation Services ters; and seven brothers.
Wildwood Avenue Chapel.
Survivors include her sons and
The family will receive friends daughters-in-law: Jimmy and
from 5 until 8 p.m. Saturday at Sally Williams of Delano and Ray
the funeral home.
and Sara Williams of Cleveland;
Survivors and other arrange- daughters and sons-in-law:
ments will be announced by the Joyce and Bryan Townsend of
funeral home.
Cleveland, Barbara Turner of
Shreveport, La., Irene and
Kathleen Minwell
Ronnie Spears of Tullahoma; 11
Kathleen
Ann
Minwell,
61,
of
Mary Lou Davis
grandchildren, 12 great-grandOoltewah, died Wednesday, April
children; and sevengreat-greatMary Lou Davis, 78, of Fort 6, 2016.
grandchildren.
Lauderdale, Fla., and formerly of
She was a parishioner at St.
The funeral will be held at 2
Georgetown where she resided Therese of Lisieux Catholic
p.m., Sunday, April 10, 2016, in
for 40 years, died Sunday, April 3, Church.
the South Chapel of Bordwine
2016, in hospice care.
She was preceded in death by Edd Lee Shelton
Funeral Home with the Rev.
She had resided in Fort her parents, Joseph Stanley
Edd Lee Shelton, 70, of the
Lauderdale for the past three Warzecha and Genevieve Mary Pinhook Community in Polk Johnny Bankston officiating.
The family will receive friends
years. She loved the beach, visit- Kwapinski Warzecha.
County, died Thursday, April 7, from noon to 2 p.m., Sunday prior
ing family and was also a big
Survivors include her husband, 2016, at his residence.
to the service. Interment will folGeorge Jones fan. She loved tak- Daniel Minwell of Ooltewah; sons:
The funeral will be held at 2
ing walks and picking wild flowers Dr. Gregory Minwell of Baltimore, p.m. Sunday, April 10, 2016, at low the service in Green Hill
off the side of the road. She Md., and Thomas Minwell of Higgins Funeral Home of Benton. Cemetery. Grandsons-in-law will
serve as pallbearers.
enjoyed working puzzles, going to Hixson; sisters: Mary Genevieve
Interment will follow in Delano
If you were unable to attend,
movies and was very interested in Connolly of Buffalo, N.Y., and Cemetery.
you may sign the guest registry
cooking recipes. She had a great Joanne Pauline Babiarz of
The family will receive friends at www.bordwinefuneralhome
love for aninals.
Piscataway, N.J.; mother-in-law, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, .com.
She was preceded in death by Katherine Minwell of Macedon, April 9, 2016, in the chapel of the
her husband, Bill H. Davis; par- N.Y.; brother-in-law, Kurt Minwell funeral home.
ents, Elmer and Velma Rush; her and wife, Kathy, of Walworth, N.Y.;
We invite you to send a messon, Gary L. Davis; and brother, and several nieces and nephews. sage of condolence and view the
Walter Rush.
The funeral mass will be con- Shelton family guestbook at
She is survived by her three ducted at 11 a.m. on Saturday, www.higginsfuneral.com.
sons: James M. Davis and wife, April 9, 2016, at St. Therese of
Lynn, of Delano, John A. Davis of Lisieux Catholic Church with
Fort Lauderdale, and Steve M. Father Mike Nolan officiating. The
Davis and wife, DeAnna, of inurnment will follow in the church
Cleveland; five grandchildren: columbarium.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) —
Chris Davis and wife, Christin,
Her family will receive friends
Maryland would become the first
Dylan Davis, Nikki Davis, Megan today from 5 to 7 p.m. at Fikestate in the country to take pestiPrichard and husband, Josh, and Randolph & Son Funeral Home.
cides found to harm bees off of
Mindy Hysinger and husband,
Iva Odum Smith
Tanner; five great-grandchildren:
retail store shelves, under a bill
Iva Odum Smith, 56, of Athens,
Ella Davis, Rylan Hysinger,
made the transition from this life that has passed the General
Aubree Hysinger, Jonas Prichard,
to her eternal heavenly home on Assembly.
and Emery Prichard; two brothers:
The Maryland House of
Tuesday, April 5, 2016, after a
Donnie Myers and wife, Donna,
Delegates
gave final approval to
short
illness.
and James (Butch) Rush, all of
Her loving family was gathered the bill known as the Pollinator
Michigan; five sisters: Gloria
around her singing her favorite Protection Act on a 98-39 vote
Burdette, Penny Reed, Patricia Robert E. Pence
gospel songs when the angels Thursday, sending it to Gov.
Speck and husband, Donnie, all of
Robert E. Pence, 88, formerly of took her home. She was met in
Larry Hogan.
Michigan, Jean Swartz and Nancy Cleveland, died Wednesday, April
Heaven by a host of family and
Rush, both of Pennsylvania.; and 6, 2016, at a Knoxville hospital.
Doug Mayer, a Hogan
friends. We are confident that
several nieces and nephews.
Survivors and funeral arrange- she is now singing songs of spokesman, says the Republican
The funeral will be conducted at ments will be announced by Fikepraise to her Lord and Savior, governor is reviewing the bill.
11 a.m. Saturday, April 9, 2016, in Randolph & Son Funeral Home.
Starting in 2018, the measure
Jesus Christ. We are just as conthe chapel of Ralph Buckner
would
limit pesticides with chemfident
that
she
will
greet
us
there
Funeral Home with Pastor David
someday.
icals
known
as neonics to certiEvans officiating.
A woman of strong faith, she fied applicators, farmers and vetInterment will follow in McInturf
held firmly to her convictions until erinarians. Recent scientific studCemetery with Chris Davis, Dylan
the end. While a miraculous heal- ies have pointed to problems that
Davis, Dave Armour, Josh
ing of her body was not to be, the chemicals cause the nervous
Prichard, Tanner Hysinger, and
she got the ultimate healing in
David Davis serving as pallbearthat she now has no more pain, systems of bees, but pesticide
ers. Honorary pallbearer will be
no more sadness, and no more makers have disputed those studJonas Prichard.
worries. Eternal happiness. How ies.
The family will receive friends
Maryland beekeepers lost nearglorious that must be.
from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funerShe
was
born
to
the
late
ly
61 percent of their hives last
al home.
James Jr. and Grace Upchurch year, about twice the national
We invite you to send a mesOdum on Sept. 21, 1959, and average.
sage of condolence and view the
was the fourth of 14 siblings. She
Davis family guestbook at
lived most of her life in the Athens
www.ralphbuckner.com.
area, and attended McMinn
County High School. She loved
gardening, as evidenced by the
hundreds of daylillies surrounding her house, and going to the
flea markets, yard sales, and
thrift stores with her husband,
who was also her best friend.
She was joined in marriage to
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) —
James W. Evans
Tim Smith on Feb. 4, 1982. They Investigators believe a man who
James W. Evans, 73, of Old
renewed their vows on Feb. 4, appears in campus surveillance
Fort, died Thursday, April 7,
2012, on their 30th anniversary. video pushing a bicycle is respon2016, at a local hospital.
They were blessed with a son,
Survivors and funeral arrangeAndrew, in 1984. She loved her sible for the brutal killing of a
ments will be announced by Jim
role as mother and housewife, first-year University of Texas
Rush Funeral & Cremation Richard Dean Rector
and was blessed to have never dance student, the Austin police
Services North Ocoee Chapel.
Richard Dean Rector, 62, died had to work outside the home in chief said Friday.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at a local 34 years of marriage.
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo
hospital.
In addition to her mother and said the campus has extensive
He was preceded in death by father, she was preceded in video monitoring and that the
parents, Lawrence Rector and death by brothers: Kenneth, timing and location of the man
Jewell Katherine Childs; and one James III, Tim and Mitchel. She and “a lot of things we’d rather
sister, Judy Pierce.
was also preceded in death by a
He is survived by his wife, special niece, Baby Grace not talk about” indicate he killed
Joan Murphy Rector; sons: Isabelle Guerrero, who was like a 18-year-old Haruka Weiser on
Patricia Geren
the Austin campus Sunday night.
Patricia Ann Geren, 70, of Dustin, Chris Murphy and Johnny grandchild to her.
It was the first killing on school
Murphy;
daughter,
Tina
Murphy;
She
leaves
behind
to
cherish
Cleveland, died Tuesday, April 5,
brothers: Kenneth (Brenda) her memory her husband of 34 grounds since a bell tower mass
2016.
She was a member of South Rector, Larry (Deana) Rector years, Tim Smith; her son, shooting nearly 50 years ago.
and Bill (Donna) Rector, all of Andrew Smith; sisters: Bernice
“We’re very confident, with a
Cleveland Church of God.
She was preceded in death by Cleveland; two grandchildren: Kuykendall, Brendia Odum, high degree of probability of conKennett,
Pamela fidence, that this is the person
her parents, Edward and Lucille Kinsley and Bryson Murphy; Rachel
brother-in-law, Don Pierce; Whittaker, Michelle Fraire, Tina
Brock Boling.
that, when we bring him in, that
Survivors include her daugh- nieces and nephews: Bailey Cruz, and Crystal Guerrero; he’ll be the person responsible for
ters: Tonya Maples and Rhonda Rector, Alysha Trentham, Billy brothers: Tom Odum and Phillip this act,” Acevedo told ABC’s
Price, both of Cleveland; three Denel, Howard Brooks Pierce, Odum; several nieces and “Good Morning America.”
grandchildren; two sisters: Becky Serenity Waters, Savannah nephews; and two very special
Police have not released details
McKeel and Betty Guinn, both of Bates and Sarah Bates, and friends, Darlene Carroll and
about how she died, although
Cleveland; several nieces and Kaden Trentham; and a nephew, Carolyn Melton.
The celebration of life service authorities have repeatedly
nephews; and her special pet, Christian Trentham.
A Memorial service will be held will be held Saturday, April 9, underlined the brutality of her
Priss.
The funeral will be conducted Monday, April 11, 2016, at 6 p.m. 2016, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of killing. An autopsy shows she
at 3 p.m. today, April 8, 2016, in at Grissom-Serenity Funeral Serenity Funeral Home in was assaulted, but police have
the chapel of Fike-Randolph & Home with Kenneth Rector Etowah with Pastor Don Harris refused to elaborate, citing the
officiating.
Son Funeral Home with Pastor speaking.
We
invite
you
to
visit
www.grisBurial will follow in Sullins ongoing investigation.
Timothy
Gann
officiating.
Weiser, of Portland, Oregon,
somserenity.com
to
view
the
obitCemetery
in Athens.
Interment will follow in Sunset
uary
and
leave
a
message
of
Active
pallbearers
will
be
Chad
was
last seen around 9:30 p.m.
Memorial Gardens.
Odum, Noe Guerrero, Wayne Sunday leaving UT’s drama
Her family will receive friends condolence.
Kuykendall, Nick Cruz, Blade building. Weiser’s roommates
today from 1 to 3 pm. at the
Cruz, and Pablo Guerrero. reported her missing shortly
funeral home prior to the service.
Honorary pallbearers will be sis- before noon Monday, and her
ters:
Bernice
Kuykendall,
Breenda Odum, Rachel Kennett, body was discovered Tuesday in
Pamela Whittaker, Michelle a creek near the alumni center
Fraire, Tina Cruz and Crystal and football stadium, an area
bustling with activity day and
Guerrero.
The family will receive friends night.
Wanda Lane Shannon
Maryland gives
OK to bill to
protect bees
Austin police
seek suspect
with bicycle
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Rifles on campus:
College security forces
add more firepower
BOSTON (AP) — Once a rarity
on campuses, semi-automatic
rifles are becoming a standard
part of the arsenal for college
security forces — firepower they
say could make a difference the
next time a gunman goes on a
rampage.
The weapons are rarely seen
in public and often kept stashed
in cruisers or department headquarters, and many schools
won’t talk about them. But federal data and Associated Press
interviews and requests for
records reveal that at least 100
U.S. college police forces, and
probably many more, have
added rifles over the past
decade.
The arms buildup has raised
tensions on campuses, with
debates over the need for such
weaponry flaring at schools like
Boston’s
Northeastern
University, the University of
Maryland and Florida State. A
similar outcry over police use of
military-style gear erupted in
2014 after the violence that
broke out in Ferguson,
Missouri.
Police say rifles offer more
firepower, longer range and
greater accuracy than handguns.
“A bad shot with a rifle is better than a good shot with a
handgun,” said Skip Frost, who
until February was deputy chief
of police at the University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
which offers a semi-automatic
rifle to every officer.
Some colleges have made the
weapons available to SWAT-type
units of officers who respond to
risky situations; some have
issued the guns to patrol officers. Either way, police are
authorized to take up their rifles
only in extreme cases, such as a
shooting or reports of an armed
person.
Most states also require police
officers to undergo weaponsproficiency training at least once
a year. Many campuses receive
training from the FBI and U.S.
Justice Department, which
teach officers how to move
quickly through buildings to
take down a shooter.
“The reality is that these are
not always handgun situations,”
said FBI agent Katherine
Schweit, the bureau’s senior
executive in charge of active
shooter matters. “We can’t tell a
university realistically what’s
acceptable in their community
— that’s up to them — but we
recognize the struggle that every
community faces because many
of these shooters come to the
scene with a long gun.”
Bill Taylor, president of the
International Association of
Campus Law Enforcement
Administrators, said he hasn’t
heard of any case in which a
campus officer fired a rifle on
the job. But police have broken
out the weapons several times.
In December, for example, police
at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill responded with rifles after a false report
of a gunman on campus.
On some campuses, protesters have argued that black students face a greater risk of being
shot with one of these weapons.
At Northeastern, the acquisition of semi-automatic rifles was
criticized this year by Boston
police, who said that the guns
are unnecessary with city police
so close to campus and that officers could end up shooting each
other in the confusion. They
also said the use of such highpowered weapons in a crowded
neighborhood raises the risk of
innocent people getting hit by
stray fire.
“I actually don’t feel as safe,”
said Chelsea Canedy, a junior at
Northeastern who leads a student coalition opposed to the
rifles. “You’re seeing across the
United States this militarization
of many college campuses.”
The federal government provided a glimpse into the spread
of rifles in 2014 when it started
publicizing a list of military
equipment on loan to police
forces across the country. The
newest figures this year show
that 91 campus police forces are
armed with 817 rifles that were
obtained through the program
over the past decade, along with
other tactical gear. But colleges
can buy firearms directly, as
well.
The AP sent records requests
this year to 20 of the nation’s
largest public universities for a
list of their guns and for invoices
from weapons purchases. Most
of them refused, with several of
them, such as Arizona State and
Ohio State, saying releasing the
information would jeopardize
campus safety.
Documents provided by four
universities, though, illustrate a
rapid buildup of rifles. Florida
State bought 26 semi-automatic
Bushmaster rifles from private
sellers between 2012 and 2014,
along with 10 other rifles
acquired through the military
surplus program. The University
of Illinois bought 47 AR-15 rifles
in that span. Purdue University
received 25 rifles from the surplus program in 2007 and separately bought 17 more, records
show.
The University of Wisconsin in
Madison spent $11,000 on AR15s in 2010, plus $6,000 on
other rifles over the next four
years.
There was a time when colleges debated whether campus
police should be armed at all. In
2005, about a third of the
nation’s campus police agencies
were unarmed, according to a
survey by the U.S. Bureau of
Justice Statistics. In 2012, the
last time colleges were surveyed,
75 percent were armed with
some type of gun.
Things changed dramatically
in the nine years since a student
killed 32 people at Virginia Tech.
For example, after decades without giving guns to its police,
Princeton University announced
in November that it, too, would
equip officers with rifles in case
of a campus shooting.
Since Virginia Tech, more carnage has followed: Six dead at
Northern Illinois University.
Seven more at California’s Oikos
University. Ten dead last year at
Umpqua Community College in
Oregon.
“As law enforcement, it’s our
responsibility to be prepared for
the worst-case scenario,” said
Frost, the former deputy chief at
Illinois. “If we can’t protect ourselves, we can’t protect the community.”
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TENNESSEE BRIEFS
First case of Zika reported
in Shelby County
MEMPHIS (AP) — Health officials are reporting the first case
of Zika virus in Shelby County.
The Shelby County Health
Department said Thursday that
the person with the virus traveled to one of the countries
where Zika is prevalent. The
department did not name the
person who has the virus or the
country to which the victim had
traveled.
Zika is a mosquito-borne virus
spreading rapidly across Latin
America. Most people who get it
experience only minor symptoms, if any at all, but the virus
has been linked to a devastating
birth defect that causes babies to
be born with abnormally small
heads.
Health officials are asking residents to take precautions to
reduce their risk of mosquito
bites.
State health officials reported
Tennessee’s first case of Zika in
February.
Clarksville hospital CEO
resigns to take Florida job
CLARKSVILLE (AP) — The
chief executive officer of Tennova
Healthcare-Clarksville will be
departing the hospital in order to
accept the CEO position at a
hospital in Orlando, Florida.
The Clarksville regional hospital said in a news release recently that Mark Marsh has resigned,
effective April 29.
Tennova officials say their
search is already underway to
find someone to lead the hospital, which was formerly called
Gateway Medical Center.
Since Marsh joined the hospital in 2013, officials say he has
focused on strengthening it and
delivering high-quality care to
patients.
Officials
say
Tennova
Healthcare-Clarksville recently
completed its most successful reaccreditation survey by The Joint
Commission, a leading accrediting agency of hospitals, earning
the Gold Seal of Approval.
Center receives grant to digitize
live bluegrass recordings
MURFREESBORO (AP) — The
Grammy Foundation has awarded a nearly $20,000 grant to a
university music center to digitize a historical collection of live
bluegrass audio recordings.
Middle
Tennessee
State
University’s Center for Popular
Music will digitize a collection
from Indiana music lover Marvin
Hedrick.
The university said in a news
release that Hedrick, of
Nashville, Indiana, recorded
Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival
performances and backstage jam
sessions as well as impromptu
sessions at his radio and TV
repair shop. Hedrick died in
1973.
Hedrick’s sons, Gary and
David, donated 167 open-reel
tapes, other sound recordings
and photographs to the center
last year for preservation and
archiving.
The Center for Popular Music
is part of MTSU’s College of
Media and Entertainment and
recently marked its 30th
anniversary.
House speaker exiles Durham
over ‘pattern of conduct’
NASHVILLE (AP) — House
Speaker Beth Harwell is taking
steps to move the offices and
limit the access of state Rep.
Jeremy Durham, who is under
investigation for sexual harassment.
Attorney General Herbert
Slatery wrote in a memorandum
to the House speaker that interviews with other lawmakers, lobbyists, staffers and interns
revealed a “a pattern of conduct”
toward women that made several
of them refuse to be alone with
the Franklin Republican.
Harwell announced Thursday
that she is moving Durham’s
office across the street from the
legislative office complex, and
that his access to committee
rooms or the House floor will be
limited to when meetings are
taking place.
Durham has denied any
wrongdoing and has announced
his is running for re-election this
fall despite demands for his resignation from GOP leaders.
2 Gibson County women die
in two-vehicle collision
City of Cleveland photos
CLEVELAND
PUBLIC
WORKS EMPLOYEES install a
24-inch main line drainage pipe
on Victory Drive to mitigate flooding concerns in the neighborhood. Director Tommy Myers
said the project would benefit
homes and businesses on
Victory Drive and the immediate
area at the intersection with
Phillips Street and Jones Drive.
BRADFORD (AP) — Authorities
say two Gibson County women
were killed in a highway crash
near Bradford.
News outlets report that 32year-old Misty A. Doretich and
43-year-old Linda M. Griggs
were killed in Tuesday’s twovehicle crash.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol
says both women were in a Buick
that collided with a truck on
Highway 105. Both vehicles left
the road and caught fire. The
truck rolled onto its side while
the Buick hit a vacant building,
which also caught fire.
Two other people were taken to
the hospital with serious
injuries.
IN MEMORY
OF
EDWARD GENE BEARD
OF E&B PAWN SHOP
Police arrest man accused
of robbery in Craigslist scam
MEMPHIS (AP) — Police have
arrested a man suspected of robbing a couple as they attempted
to buy a truck through a
Craigslist ad.
Local news outlets report that
authorities arrested 19-year-old
Kyran White on charges of
attempted first-degree murder
and aggravated robbery.
According to an arrest affidavit, the couple drove to a location in Memphis to purchase a
truck with $16,000 in cash.
When they arrived at the location
on Feb. 25, three men with guns
approached them, opened their
car doors and demanded money.
The victims told police that one
(AP) — These state lotteries
suspect grabbed the cash before were drawn Thursday:
the victims sped away.
As they drove off, one of the
Tennessee
men fired several shots at the
Cash 3 Evening: 8-3-1, Lucky
car. No one was injured.
Sum: 12
Police identified White on
Cash 3 Midday: 6-2-0, Lucky
Tuesday and arrested him. It’s Sum: 8
unclear if he has an attorney.
Cash 3 Morning :5-6-6
Cash 4 Evening: 8-7-4-8,
Video shows officer fatally
Lucky Sum: 27
shooting ax-wielding woman
Cash 4 Midday: 8-7-2-2, Lucky
GALLATIN, Tenn. (AP) — Sum: 19
Authorities in Tennessee have
Cash 4 Morning: 7-4-5-6
released video of a shooting in
which a white police officer kills
a black woman who was
approaching him while wielding
a medieval-style ax.
The Tennessean reports that
the video, released Thursday,
shows Gallatin Officer James
Spray
telling
40-year-old
Jack Vaughn, Lorri Moultrie,
Laronda Sweatt, who was hold- Gloria Hayes, Eva Wright, Pat
ing the ax, to stop approaching Carter, Bubba Bacon, Todd
him multiple times before fatally Thurmond, Micheal Swafford and
shooting her.
Tracy Eaton, who are celebrating
The footage was captured from birthdays today ... Kimberley
a camera on Spray's vest as well Ruth, who celebrated a birthday
as from another officer.
Thursday ... Tanner Hicks, who
Authorities say Sweatt had celebrated his second birthday
become combative when Sumner Thursday ... Cameron Cass, who
County sheriff's deputy Gary will celebrate his eighth birthday
Pickard accompanied housing Saturday ... Crystal York, Scott
authorities to serve an eviction Boyd, Ben Stone, Jim Pelfrey,
notice on her Wednesday.
Ronnie Johnson Jr., Sharron
Sweatt's daughter Alainna Quimby, Karen Mills, Christy
Sweatt says the 40-second video Dodson, Ron Murphy, Tonya
has been edited and doesn't tell Hannah and Gary Starnes, who
the full story.
will celebrate birthdays Saturday
Spray is on administrative ... George and Jimmie Ann Poe,
leave pending an internal inves- who are celebrating their 55th
tigation.
wedding anniversary today.
WHO DIED
25 YEARS AGO
6-4-40 TO 4-9-91
Gene,
We know you are waiting
by the river. We’ll see you
soon.
The Beard Family
LOTTERY NUMBERS
IT’S A SPECIAL
DAY FOR ...
Cash4Life: 02-11-32-50-54,
Cash Ball: 2
Georgia
All or Nothing Day: 03-04-0708-10-11-13-15-17-18-21-22
All or Nothing Evening: 01-0205-06-07-12-13-14-18-19-20-21
All or Nothing Morning: 01-0305-07-08-10-12-14-16-17-18-23
All or Nothing Night: 02-03-0608-10-11-12-14-18-21-22-24
Cash 3 Evening: 2-1-8
Cash 3 Midday: 3-0-3
Cash 4 Evening: 8-2-9-8
Cash 4 Midday: 3-9-8-8
Fantasy 5: 03-15-17-21-30
Georgia FIVE Evening: 9-5-61-0
Georgia FIVE Midday:7-3-8-95
Jumbo Bucks Lotto: 14-15-3136-38-44
Happy 9th Birthday with Jesus in Heaven
Diana Lee Banks
April 8, 1934 – August 28, 2007
We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday,
and days before that too.
Your memory is our keepsake
with which we’ll never part.
God has you in His keeping,
we have you in our heart.
In Loving Memory, Husband-Salyer,
Children-Lucretia and Byron and their families
4—Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016
www.clevelandbanner.com
FRIDAY
LifestyLes
William Wright
Lifestyles Editor
Phone 472-5041 or fax 614-6529
[email protected]
Matzo lasagna: A vegetarian Passover entry anyone can love
SARA MOULTON
Hints from Heloise
Associated Press
Let’s say that most of the
folks coming to your place for
the Passover feast are vegetarians. Is there a centerpiece dish
that will make everyone happy?
Yes. As long as your vegetarians
can tolerate dairy, this
“lasagna” is a winner.
Passover forbids the eating of
most foods made with flour,
which is why this recipe calls for
whole matzos (an exception to
that rule) in place of lasagna
noodles. Matzo turns out to be a
perfect stand-in.
I’ve paired the matzo with
zucchini, which loses its watery
blandness and gains a springlike assertiveness once it’s been
shredded, salted, squeezed and
sauteed briefly with onions and
garlic. The zucchini then is
combined with my cheating version of a cream sauce. Typically,
that would be a bechamel —
milk or cream thickened with a
roux. That’s too much work. It’s
much easier simply to use a
food processor to whiz together
cottage cheese, milk, eggs and
cream cheese. The result is a
sauce as creamy and delicious
as a bechamel.
The matzos need to be soaked
in some of the cheese mixture to
soften them slightly before baking. To do so, stack them in a
deep container that isn’t much
wider than the matzo itself. I
used a square brownie pan and
rotated each matzo’s place in
the stack every so often to make
sure they all were evenly
soaked. This is a way to counteract the fact that the liquid
sinks to the bottom half of the
container.
Once you set the matzos in a
rectangular baking pan, it’ll
take two of them side-by-side to
form a single layer. If your matzos are 7 inches square, they’ll
overlap a bit lengthwise, even as
they fall slightly short of the
pan’s width. Not to worry. The
filling will indeed ooze out
slightly beyond the edges of the
matzos, but as the dish bakes
all the parts come together
beautifully, allowing you to cut
it into individual servings with
no problem.
A picture of theft
Dear Heloise: Everyone should
be aware that it’s important that
if you are paying by check, credit
or debit card, to guard against
someone SNAPPING A PICTURE
of your check or card.
While writing a check, I cover
my account number. If I pay by
credit or debit card, I cover the
front on the card until I am ready
to use it. I then quickly return the
card to my wallet. — Judy in New
Braunfels, Texas
Judy, who would have “thunk
it,” but here we are with the possibility of personal information
being stolen by a camera phone.
Can’t be too careful these days,
and while you’re at it, passwordprotect your cellphone. Thanks
for the hints. — Heloise
AP photo
THIS PHOTO shows zucchini matzo lasagna in Concord, N.H. Matzo bread is a delicious substitute
for traditional pasta noodles in this rethinking of a classic lasagna.
———
ZUCCHINI MATZO LASAGNA
Start to finish: 1 1/2 hours (1
hour active)
Servings: 8
2 pounds medium zucchini
Kosher salt and ground black
pepper
3 tablespoons extra-virgin
olive oil
1 cup finely chopped yellow
onion
2 teaspoons minced garlic
1/3 cup packed fresh dill,
chopped, plus extra chopped dill
to garnish
16-ounce container cottage
cheese
2 cups whole milk
3 large eggs
1 tablespoon lemon zest
8 ounces cream cheese
6 ounces feta cheese, crumbled, divided
6 matzos (6- to 7-inch squares)
Heat the oven to 400 F. Coat a
13-by-9-inch baking dish with
cooking spray.
Trim off and discard the ends
of the zucchini. In a food processor fitted with the grating disk,
coarsely grate the zucchini.
Transfer the zucchini to a strainer and toss with 1 1/2 teaspoons
salt. Let drain over the sink or a
bowl for 15 minutes. Set the food
processor, unwashed, aside to
puree the sauce in. After the zucchini has drained, using your
hands and working with small
handfuls, squeeze out as much
moisture from it as possible.
In a large skillet over medium,
heat the oil. Add the onion and
cook, stirring occasionally, until
golden, about 10 minutes. Add
the garlic and cook, stirring, for 1
minute. Add the zucchini and
cook, stirring, for 2 minutes.
Remove from the heat and stir in
the 1/3 cup dill. Season with
black pepper.
Fit the food processor with the
regular cutting blade. In it, combine the cottage cheese, milk,
eggs and lemon zest. Process
until smooth. Set aside 2 cups of
the mixture, then add the cream
Box it, ship it
Dear Heloise: Since airlines
charge for extra baggage, when I
travel and plan to stay for an
extended visit, I’ll box my clothes
and shoes and send it to the people I’m visiting. Shipping services
let me pay, insure and schedule a
Condiments
time for them to pick up my
Dear Heloise: Did you know
boxes. It’s convenient, and I don’t
have to wait at baggage claim and that if you have extra condiments
then lug it around the airport. — on your table at a restaurant and
leave them behind for other
Teresa G., Tyler, Texas
patrons, the workers just throw
them away? So here’s what I do:
Homemade scrubbies
I take all extra condiments
Dear Heloise: My husband’s home and store them properly.
grandmother used to make us Then when we go on a picnic or
kitchen scrubbies every year for beach outing, we take them
Christmas, and they were the along. They take up less space in
best. She has passed, and I want- our food basket than whole jars of
ed to make them for my 11 sis- ketchup and mustard, shakers,
ters-in-law. I cut out the instruc- etc. — Darla R., via email
tions to make them, bought the
net and then promptly lost the
© 2016 by King Features Syndicate Inc.
cheese to the mixture remaining
in the processor. Process until
smooth, then pour the mixture
into the zucchini mixture along
with 1 cup of the feta. Stir well,
then set aside.
Stack the matzos in a deep
dish (such as a square baking
pan) and pour the reserved cottage cheese mixture over them.
Let stand for 15 minutes, rotating the crackers every so often so
they get evenly soaked.
Arrange 2 of the soaked matzos in a single layer in the prepared baking dish. Top with half
of the zucchini filling, spreading
it evenly. Cover with 2 more matzos, then the remaining filling.
Top with a final layer of matzo.
Scoop any remaining filling from
the bowl that the matzos were
soaked in and spread it over the
final matzo layer. Sprinkle with
the remaining feta.
Bake on the oven’s middle
PARIS (AP) — France’s national
shelf until golden, 30 to 35 minarmy
museum has recreated the
utes. Let stand for 15 minutes
home
where Napoleon lived his
before cutting and serving.
final years, bringing furniture
and belongings from the remote
Atlantic Island of St. Helena to
Paris for the first time since he
was exiled there 200 years ago.
blazers on Fridays.
The exhibition that opens
Visitors to the Capitol say the Wednesday offers a flavor of the
cultural shift may be small, but it atmosphere of the damp, ratis an important nod to Alaska’s infested Longwood House, where
indigenous people who have been the emperor spent his last years
often alienated by state and fed- as a prisoner of the British goveral policymakers.
ernment, surrounded by books
Exiled Napoleon’s island home
recreated in Paris exhibition
State lawmakers don Alaska Native garments to honor culture
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An
increasing number of Alaska’s
lawmakers are eschewing formal- wear during Friday floor
sessions in favor of donning a
traditionally Alaska Native garment called a kuspuk (KUH’-
spuhk).
While Alaska Native lawmakers started the tradition, it has
since crossed racial and ethnic
boundaries to be embraced by
legislators who have found
diverse ways to incorporate their
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For more than a decade, the
tradition has grown to include
lawmakers and their staff and
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Could you please print them
again? I guess I’ll make them for
next Christmas. Thank you. —
Connie E., Springfield, Mo.
Of course I can reprint it. This
is a great hint from my mother,
the original Heloise (1919-1977),
who started this column. To make
the quick version, you will need
1/2 yard of nylon net (the 72inch-wide kind), dental floss or
strong nylon thread and a large
needle.
Cut three 6-inch-by-72-inch
strips of nylon net and lay them
on top of each other. Using a long
basting stitch, sew them together
down the middle.
Once at the end, hold the
thread and pull the netting so
that it bunches up. Wrap the
thread around the center of the
bunch and tie a tight knot. Trim
the thread ends.
Separate the layers of netting
so they make the shape of a ball.
— Heloise
P.S.: You are right, they are
very nice gifts — make one for
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AP-GfK Poll: Americans overwhelmingly view Trump negatively
WASHINGTON (AP) — For
Americans of nearly every race,
gender, political persuasion and
location, disdain for Donald
Trump runs deep, saddling the
Republican front-runner with
unprecedented unpopularity as
he tries to overcome recent campaign setbacks.
Seven in 10 people, including
close to half of Republican voters, have an unfavorable view of
Trump, according to a new
Associated Press-GfK poll. It’s
an opinion shared by majorities
of men and women; young and
old; conservatives, moderates
and liberals; and whites,
Hispanics and blacks — a devastatingly broad indictment of
the billionaire businessman.
Even in the South, a region
where Trump has won GOP primaries decisively, close to 70
percent view him unfavorably.
And among whites without a
college education, one of
Trump’s most loyal voting blocs,
55 percent have a negative opinion.
Trump still leads the
Republican field in delegates
and has built a loyal following
with a steady share of the
Republican primary electorate.
But the breadth of his unpopularity raises significant questions about how he could stitch
together enough support in the
general election to win the
White House.
It also underscores the trouble he may still face in the
Republican race, which appears
headed to a contested convention where party insiders would
have their say about who will
represent the GOP in the fall
campaign.
“He’s at risk of having the
nomination denied to him
because grass-roots party
activists fear he’s so widely disliked that he can’t possibly
win,” said Ari Fleischer, a former adviser to President George
W. Bush.
Beyond their generally negative perception of Trump, large
majorities also said they would
not describe him as civil, compassionate or likable. On nearly
all of these measures, Trump
fared worse than his remaining
Democratic or Republican
rivals.
Not that voters have all that
much love for those rivals. But
their negative perceptions don’t
match the depth of the distaste
for Trump. Texas Sen. Ted
Cruz, who is seeking to catch
Trump in the Republican delegate count, is viewed unfavorably by 59 percent, while 55
percent have negative views of
Democratic front-runner Hillary
Clinton.
Another problem for Trump is
that his public perception
seems to be getting worse. The
number of Americans who view
him unfavorably has risen more
than 10 percentage points since
mid-February, a two-month
stretch that has included some
of his biggest primary victories
but also an array of stumbles
that suggested difficulties with
his campaign organization and
a lack of policy depth.
A survey conducted by Gallup
in January found Trump’s unfavorable rating, then at 60 percent in the their polling, was
already at a record high level for
any major party nominee in
their organization’s polling since
the 1990’s.
Candi Edie, a registered
Republican
from
Arroyo
Grande, California, is among
those whose views on Trump
have grown more negative.
“At first, I thought he was
great. He was bringing out a lot
of issues that weren’t ever said,
they were taboo,” Edie said.
Now the 64-year-old feels
Trump’s
early
comments
masked the fact that he’s “such
a bigot.”
“I don’t know if he’s lost it or
what,” she said. “He’s not acting
presidential.” Trump’s unpopularity could provide an opening
for Cruz, though he is loathed
by many of his Senate colleagues and other party leaders.
After a big win Tuesday in
Wisconsin, Cruz is angling to
overtake Trump at the July GOP
convention.
Clinton’s campaign believes
Trump’s sky-high unfavorable
ratings could offset some questions voters have about her own
character, and perhaps even
give her a chance to peel off
some Republicans who can’t
stomach a vote for the real
estate mogul.
Andrew Glaves, a “hard core”
Republican
from
Bothell,
Washington, said he might have
to side with Clinton if Trump
becomes the nominee, even
though she’s out of step with his
views on gun rights, his top
election issue.
“I’d be willing to take that as
opposed to doing so much harm
to the country’s reputation,”
said Glaves, 29.
More than 60 percent of all
registered voters and 31 percent
of Republicans said they definitely would not vote for Trump
in the general election.
One group that is still with
him includes those who
describe themselves as both
AP Photo/Julie Jacobson
RePublIcAn PReSIdenTIAl candidate Donald Trump speaks
during a campaign rally, Wednesday in Bethpage, N.Y. A devastating
indictment of Donald Trump emerges from new AP-GfK poll.
Americans overwhelmingly view him unfavorably. In every part of the
country. Men and women, black, white, Hispanic.
Republicans and supporters of
the tea party movement. Sixtyeight percent of them have a
favorable view.
Pennsylvania
Republican
Robert Paradis plans to vote for
Trump in his state’s primary
this month. The 76-year-old
said that while Trump’s uneven
temperament makes him cringe
“all the time,” he’s hopeful the
front-runner’s bluntness can
shake up Washington.
“He’s not a politician; he says
it the way he feels it,” Paradis
said.
Sanders’ hit on Clinton not
the first, or likely the last
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File
In ThIS FIle PhoTo, economy class seating is shown on a new United Airlines Boeing 787-9 undergoing final configuration and maintenance work at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle. The
Senate refused April 7 to come to the aid of airline passengers squeezed by the ever-shrinking size of
their seats. An amendment by Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., would have blocked airlines from further
reducing the “size, width, padding, and pitch” of seats, passengers’ legroom and the width of aisles.
Senate refuses to stop airlines
from shrinking seat sizes
WASHINGTON (AP) — The
Senate refused Thursday to come
to the aid of airline passengers
squeezed by the ever-shrinking
size of their seats.
An amendment by Sen. Chuck
Schumer, D-N.Y., would have
blocked airlines from further
reducing the “size, width,
padding, and pitch” of seats,
passengers’ legroom and the
width of aisles. “It costs you an
arm and a leg just to have room
for your arms and legs,”
Schumer said.
The amendment also would
have required the Federal
Aviation Administration to set
standards for the minimum
amount of space airlines must
provide passengers for their
“safety, health and comfort.”
Airlines would have had to post
the size of their seats on their
websites so that consumers
could take the information into
consideration when buying tickets.
The proposal failed on a vote of
42-54, with all but three
Democrats in favor and all but
one Republican against.
Economy-class airline seats
have shrunk in recent years on
average from a width of 18 inches
to 16.5 inches. The average pitch
— the space between a point on
one seat and the same on the
seat in front of it — has gone
from 35 inches to about 31 inches. Many airlines are charging
passengers for extra legroom in
amounts that used to be standard.
No senators spoke against the
proposal, but airlines opposed to
the measure have accused lawmakers of trying to “re-regulate”
an industry that has been deregulated since 1978.
The vote was the Senate’s last
this week. Shortly afterward,
many senators left to board
planes to fly home to their states.
Democrats were quick to capitalize on the vote in an election
year. Within hours, the
Democratic Senatorial Campaign
Committee sent out news releases chastising GOP senators from
Arizona, Illinois, Missouri, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Iowa
and Ohio who are facing
Democratic challengers this fall
for siding with the airline industry over passengers.
The Senate is considering a bill
to renew FAA programs, due to
expire July 15, through Oct. 1,
2017. The bill also contains aviation policy provisions that lawmakers have been working on for
more than four years, including
greater access for drones to the
national airspace and protections
for airline passengers chafing at
fees for basic services such as
checked bags and ticket changes.
Also Thursday, the Senate
overwhelmingly
approved
amendments seeking to boost
security at airports and other
transportation hubs in response
to last month’s attacks in
Brussels, as well as the downing
of a Russian airliner in Egypt last
year that is suspected to have
been caused by a bomb planted
by an airport worker. The security amendments would:
— Authorize an increase from
30 up to 60 in the number of government “viper teams” that stop
and search suspicious passengers in public areas before
screening, often using bombsniffing dogs.
— Make more federal grants
available to train law enforcement officers in how to prepare
for and respond to active shootings at transportation hubs and
other “soft targets.”
— Require the Transportation
Security Administration to use
private companies to market and
enroll more people in its
PreCheck program while ensuring PreCheck screening lanes are
open during high-volume travel
times. The aim is to reduce
crowds waiting for security
screening by vetting more passengers before they arrive to get
them through checkpoints quickly.
— Enhance the vetting of airport employees with access to
secure areas. It also expands the
use of random and physical
inspections of airport employees
in secure areas and requires a
review of perimeter security.
— Authorize TSA to donate
unneeded security equipment to
foreign airports with direct flights
to the U.S., permit increased
cooperation between U.S. officials and partner nations to protect routes flown by Americans,
and require a new assessment of
foreign cargo security programs.
Hyundai recalls 173K Sonatas
DETROIT (AP) — Hyundai is
recalling 173,000 Sonata midsize
cars in the U.S. because the power
steering can fail, making them
harder to steer and increasing the
risk of a crash.
The recall covers Sonatas from
the 2011 model year when the car
was Hyundai’s top-selling U.S.
vehicle.
The company says in government documents that the computer circuit board in the power steer-
ing control unit can become damaged. If that happens, the cars
would still have manual steering,
but it would take more effort to
turn the cars and could cause a
wreck.
Hyundai says it’s not aware of
any crashes or injuries from the
problem. The company started
investigating the problem in March
of 2015 after getting warranty
claims. Investigators found the circuit boards could fail over time
when exposed to the environment.
The recalled cars were built from
Dec. 11, 2009 to Oct. 31, 2010.
Cars built after that had an
improved protective coating over
the circuit board.
If the control unit fails, drivers
would see a warning light on the
dashboard.
Hyundai will notify owners and
dealers will replace the control unit
at no cost to owners starting May
30.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) —
Bernie Sanders’ claim that
Hillary Clinton isn’t qualified to
be president landed with a boom
this week. The blow was far from
the first — and won’t likely be
the last — from the candidate
who pledged to stay away from
negative campaigning.
The Vermont senator kicked
off his insurgent presidential bid
last year with a pledge to focus
on issues over character attacks
and boasted often that he’s
never run a negative ad. But for
months Sanders has sharply
criticized Clinton, slamming her
for supporting the war in Iraq,
for her record on trade and most
aggressively for her lucrative
paid speeches before Wall Street
bankers.
While his tone has shifted as
the race has grown more combative on both sides, Sanders’
campaign officials argue that he
has kept his promise. They say
he has focused his fire on policy
and is simply fighting back
against Clinton’s own attacks.
“Bernie Sanders decided yesterday that he wasn’t going to go
into the New York primary and
be run over by their campaign,”
said Tad Devine, a senior adviser to Sanders’ campaign. “He
responded in kind.”
The conflict between the two
flared this week ahead of the
crucial April 19 New York primary. On Wednesday, Clinton
questioned Sanders’ truthfulness and policy know-how,
though she avoided direct questions about whether he was
qualified to be president.
Still, Sanders seized on the
remarks at a rally that night,
telling a crowd of thousands that
Clinton has been saying that
he’s “not qualified to be president.”
“I don’t believe that she is
qualified if she is, through her
super PAC, taking tens of millions of dollars in special-interest funds,” he said.
Clinton aides and supporters
pushed back aggressively. A
fundraising email sent out
shortly after from Christina
Reynolds, the Clinton campaign’s deputy communications
director, said Sanders had
“crossed a line,” calling it a
“ridiculous and irresponsible
attack.”
The increased scrapping
comes as the surprisingly competitive Democratic race heads
into the high-stakes final contests. Sanders has been on a
winning streak, but still must
take 68 percent of the remaining
delegates and uncommitted
superdelegates to win the
Democratic nomination. That
would require blow-out victories
in the upcoming primaries.
Steve McMahon, a Democratic
strategist who advised Howard
Dean’s 2004 presidential campaign, said Sanders is unlikely
to win the nomination unless he
can win “big states by big margins” — beginning with New
York, the state Clinton represented in the Senate.
“For Hillary Clinton, this is
about bragging rights. For
Bernie Sanders, this is about
survival,” he said.
McMahon added that Sanders’
comments on Clinton’s qualifications was an “authentic reaction” to the situation, but “it was
not accurate.”
“Trying to prosecute an argument that she’s not qualified to
be president is ridiculous and
it’s a losing argument,” he said.
Sanders softened his rhetoric
in an interview Thursday on
“CBS Evening News with Scott
Pelley.”
“What I said was in response
to what she has been saying.
Washington Post headline, quote
‘Clinton Questions Whether
Sanders is Qualified to be
President.’ I thought it was
appropriate to respond.”
He said Clinton “has years of
experience. She is extremely
intelligent” and said that if
Clinton is the party’s nominee, “I
will certainly support her.”
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Lee’s U-Church to welcome Lecrae
Lecrae, a Christian hip-hop
artist, songwriter, record producer, and actor, will perform at the
next U-Church concert on
Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Lee
Soccer Field.
The concert will complement
Lee Day festivities, a weekend
intended for prospective Lee students.
“Lee Day is the largest recruitment event of the year and
Lecrae is the country’s hottest
Christian hip-hop artist, so it is a
natural fit for us to have Lee Day
and Lecrae on campus in the
same weekend,” said Phil Cook,
vice president for enrollment at
Lee.
“We are pleased to partner with
U-Church to provide this memorable event for our Lee Day
guests, current students, and the
surrounding community.”
Originally from Houston
Lecrae is the president and cofounder of the label Reach
Records, as well as nonprofit
organization
ReachLife
Ministries. He has released seven
studio albums and three mix-
Mormon leader
announces plans
for 4 new temples
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The
president of The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints has announced plans for
four new temples as he kicked
off the final day of a church conference in Salt Lake City.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports
that Thomas S. Monson said
Sunday that LDS temples will be
built in Zimbabwe, Ecuador,
Brazil and Peru.
Monson, who gave a short
speech the night before, also
said that the choices Mormons
make will determine whether
they reach their goal of “celestial
glory.”
tapes as a solo
artist.
His most recent
album,
“Anomaly,” debuted at
No. 1 on the
Billboard
200
Album Chart as
well as several
other Billboard
charts including
Digital
album,
Rap
album,
Christian album,
and
Gospel
album.
He was the first
artist in history to
occupy the No. 1
spot on both the
Gospel albums
and Billboard Top
200 list.
“I just have to
have integrity and
be true to who I am
and what I believe in,” said
Lecrae. “Music doesn’t need to be
categorized. It just needs to be
good.”
Lecrae has been noted in publications such as Rolling Stone,
XXL magazine, Vibe magazine,
The New York Times, The
Huffington Post magazine, and
The Atlantic. He has performed
at the BET Experience and on
“The Tonight Show Starring
Jimmy Fallon,” co-hosted “The
Dove Awards,” and co-headlined
for Winter Jam.
Lecrae also received a nomination at this year’s BET Hip-Hop
Awards.
His journey began with mentoring the youth population at a
juvenile detention center, which
then led to his worldwide success. In addition to recording and
performing at various venues,
Lecrae mentors professional athletes and offers free chapel services to professional teams.
“From the beginning planning
stages, the vision for this event
has been to provide an opportu-
Lecrae
nity for Lee Day guests, Lee students, and the community to
enjoy a night of high quality,
energetic, and uplifting music,”
said U-Church director Josh
York.
“We feel that Lecrae fits and
surpasses that description. He is
redefining popular culture with
faith and honesty represented in
his music. We are very excited for
him to share that with us as a
part of this special Lee Day UChurch event.
U-Church is always a free,
non-ticketed event for all who
would like to attend.
Doors for the concert will open
at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to
come early and enjoy a tailgate
atmosphere which will include a
variety of food trucks and outdoor games.
For a chance to win contests
and have input on future artists,
please follow U-Church on
Twitter
and
Instagram
@LeeUChurch.
Lee Day is a 34-hour event
geared toward prospective students, parents, and youth leaders.
‘Busy as a bee ...’
Chaucer
wrote
in
“Canterbury Tales” (1387):
“For aye as busy as bees been
they.” Some say this was the
first recorded mention of the
phrase, “Busy as a bee.”
But undoubtedly, bees must
have always been busily collecting nectar ever since God
set in place the balance of
nature. The word, BEE, is
found in all languageS with
Indo-European origins.
There is no doubt bees are
busy. They must visit some 10
million flowers to collect nectar (collected and changed to
honey in their bodies) to result
in 1 pound of honey.
Amazing! And in the
process, plants are pollinated
that they may bring forth fruit;
otherwise — nothing. No wonder there is so much concern
about the demise of the honey
bee.
When I was about 10 years
old, my dad was moved to a
church in North Carolina —
his first with a parsonage.
Since my dad grew up on a
farm, he was delighted with
the garden spot out back and
wasted no time in planting
corn, beans and tomatoes. I
was fascinated with the corn.
Those golden silks flowing
from the green ears beckoned
me to play beauty shop and
barber shop. I cut all kinds of
hair styles until there was no
more to trim.
I had no idea I had done
wrong until my dad came in
one day, asking, “What hap-
pened to my corn?”
I explained my little game
and he was understanding,
but that summer, the corn was
scarce, even though I had not
touched the tassels.
I had interrupted nature,
even in that little garden spot.
But I’ll never forget the lesson. And later when I learned
how God arranged for our
need for oxygen through green
plants, I really began to appreciate how everything depends
on something else for growth,
nurture and survival. Hey, it’s
no accident.
Actually, that’s not what I
was planning to write about
today. I want to focus on
“Busy as a bee,” in comparison
to a Christian’s lifestyle.
I’ve seen some — and maybe
even been one — “busy”
Christians, and there are so
many things to keep us busy
— church activities, clubs,
societies, circles, cooking,
meetings,
practices,
rehearsals, committees, training. ... Our life is consumed by
“busy-ness.”
But unlike the bee who diligently applies his mission in
life by visiting the flowers —
giving life and receiving life —
we sometimes find ourselves
just being busy with no particular positive results.
It reminds me of a story
about a fishing village I once
heard. It was just a happy
community which sustained
itself with fishing. Then one
day, someone suggested that
Bettie
Marlowe
the fishermen could offer
classes in fishing and bring in
more people, which would
bring in more fish which
would bring in more money.
Sounds reasonable.
So classes were started and
people came, especially to
learn how to fish. They studied
where the fish were, what kind
of bait to use and when to fish.
Then the question arose as
who would buy the fish and
what would be the best way to
advertise.
More classes were set up.
Soon a study was done to see
which fish were the most
desired. And then other teachers began to teach the teachers how to teach. And then
groups began to organize to
promote their taste in fish.
Pretty soon, the village was
busily occupied with the fishing business — in fact, so
busy, no one had time to go
fishing. The boats sat empty in
disrepair in the harbor. Nets
deteriorated and docks sagged
with rotten pilings.
It was a village of people
who were “busy as bees,” but
unlike the bees, they were
accomplishing nothing — just
going around in circles — taking everything, giving nothing.
This is not what God intended when Jesus told his disciples to “Go teach.”
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April 9, 5 p.m.
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Man’s final hour
When our Lord returns,
multiplied millions of people
around the world will be
caught up to heaven amid
joy, celebration, and peace.
The picture on earth, however, will be strikingly different.
The Bible solemnly warns:
“For in just a very little while,
‘He who is coming will come
and will not delay’” (Hebrews
10:37). God’s Holy word is
saying, “One day, one hour, it
will be over.” Judgment is
coming!
Human nature says, “It
can’t happen to me.” But it
can! And it will. Any day
God’s judgment can come
and He will declare, “That’s
enough! It is over.” Then His
wrath will fall upon all who
have rejected His Son.
“Oh,” but you say, “Surely
not! God is loving and gentle!
He wouldn’t do that!”
What about Noah’s day?
What about Sodom and
Gomorrah?
Remember,
Jehovah is a just God as
surely as He is merciful and
loving. The apostle Paul
warned, “But mark this:
There will be terrifying times
in the last days” (2 Timothy
3:1).
The seven-year Tribulation
following the Rapture will not
be the end of man, but more
than half of mankind will die
during that short, but awful,
period (see Revelation 6:7;
9:15).
Also, at the end of that
mind-boggling time, anyone
left who has not accepted
Christ will die (see Matthew
25:41). What depressing
news, you say. The Gospel is
supposed to be good news!
Remember, I’m only the
postman delivering the mail!
You don’t shoot your mailman if he brings a bad letter,
Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016—7
The Bible and
Current Events
Clyne W.
Buxton
do you? We all like good
news; we all prefer upbeat
talk and writing, but there
isn’t much of that in the
Tribulation.
Jesus said, “For then there
will be great distress,
unequaled from the beginning of the world until now —
and never to be equaled
again. If those days had not
been cut short, no one would
survive” (24:21, 22).
We might ask, “Isn’t that a
dirty deal?”
Larry Poland answers: “Are
you kidding? A ‘dirty deal’
after God has given us 2,000
or more years to anticipate
the timing of the final curtain
and scores of prophetic signs
that are all lining up to
declare that the curtain is
about to close?
“And now that you have all
the information ..l for which
you are accountable you’d
better be really sure this decision is settled. Now.”
Most of us are optimists,
and it is not easy for some of
us to believe that catastrophe
awaits
the
world.
Nonetheless, that is exactly
what God’s Word foretells.
How could a loving God
allow worldwide suffering
and destruction? Why would
He permit the dreadful
Tribulation to come?
On the other hand, a holy
God whose very nature is
purity and righteousness
must surely ask how much
longer can He allow wicked
man to mock Him with gross
sins and flagrantly dishonor
His Son.
RELIGION IN NEWS
Governor vetoes bill permitting
use of Bible in schooling
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Gov.
C. L. “Butch” Otter has vetoed legislation that would have expressly
permitted the use of the Bible in
public school instruction, calling
the measure unconstitutional.
In the veto’s accompanying letter Otter said he respects the
Bible, but the measure would
result in costly litigation for
Idaho’s public schools. He said the
measure directly contradicts
Idaho’s Constitution.
The bill stated the Bible could
be used for reference purposes in
subjects like literature, history,
music and world geography in
public schools, but not scientific
subjects. Schools are already
allowed to reference the Bible and
other religious texts, but this legislation specifically mentioned the
Bible.
The Legislature passed the
measure in the final week of this
year’s session after ignoring a
warning from the attorney general’s office that questioned its legality.
No decision on death penalty in
Charleston church shootings
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) —
Prosecutors handling the federal
case against the man charged in
the shooting deaths of nine black
parishioners at a Charleston,
South Carolina, church say the
decision on whether to pursue the
death penalty is in its final stages.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay
Richardson said Tuesday that the
decision is now pending before
U.S. Attorney General Loretta
Lynch, who will make the determination.
Richardson and attorneys for
Dylann Roof were in court to discuss updates to the case. Roof
was not present, and no date for
his federal trial has been set.
Roof faces nine counts of murder in state court for the killings
at Emanuel AME Church. He is
charged with hate crimes and
other counts in federal court. The
state is seeking the death penalty
in Roof’s state trial, which is set
for July.
Vatican: Talks about possible
pope trip to Greece underway
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The
Vatican says discussions are
under way about a possible trip
by Pope Francis to Greece as it
begins deporting migrants back
to Turkey.
Vatican spokesman the Rev.
Federico Lombardi stressed that
no decision had been made and
no itinerary planned. But in an
email Tuesday to The Associated
Press he said: “I don’t deny that
there are contacts about a possible trip.”
A Greek ecclesiastical website,
Dogma, reported Tuesday that
Francis was planning to visit
refugees on the island of Lesbos
next week along with Ecumenical
Patriarch Bartholomew and
Archbishop
of
Athens
Leronymos.
A controversial European
Union plan to stem the flow of
refugees began Monday with
more than 200 people deported
from the Greek islands to Turkey.
Honolulu church’s $25 million
project to honor 2 saints
HONOLULU (AP) — A Honolulu
church has a $25 million project
in the works that would expand
its building to include a new
museum honoring Hawaii’s two
saints.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser
reports St. Augustine Catholic
Church was recently awarded a
permit for the project to build the
Damien and Marianne of Molokai
Museum.
The museum will feature virtual and interactive exhibits that
detail the stories of the two
saints, who both served leprosy
patients quarantined on the
island of Molokai.
St. Damien was a priest with
the Congregation of the Sacred
Hearts of Jesus and Mary who
was canonized in 2009. The canonization of St. Marianne, formerly a Sister of St. Francis of
the Neumann Communities, took
place in 2012.
To make space for the twostory building, the church’s
parish hall and back parking lot
will be demolished and replaced.
Construction is set to start in
2017.
New hopes for Vatican progress
with schismatic Catholics
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope
Francis met with the head of a
breakaway group of traditionalist
Catholics amid new hopes for
progress toward ending a quarter-century of schism.
The Society of St. Pius X said
the 40-minute meeting Friday
was cordial, and took place at
Francis’ hotel-residence because
the pope wanted a “private and
informal meeting” with its superior, Bishop Bernard Fellay, rather
than a formal audience.
In a statement Monday, the
society said its legal status in the
church wasn’t discussed but that
lower-level talks would continue
“without haste.”
The Vatican in 2014 resumed
reconciliation talks with the
Swiss-based society after doctrinal discussions launched under
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI collapsed. Last year, Francis made
an extraordinary gesture by
allowing priests of the society,
which has no legal status in the
church, to hear confessions during his Holy Year of Mercy.
Pope insists conscience must lead faithful
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope
Francis insisted that individual
conscience be the guiding principle for Catholics negotiating the
complexities of sex, marriage and
family life in a major document
released Friday that rejects the
emphasis on black and white
rules for the faithful.
In the 256-page document
“The Joy of Love,” Francis makes
no change in church doctrine and
strongly upholds that marriage is
a lifelong commitment.
But in selectively citing his
predecessors and emphasizing
his own teachings, Francis
makes clear that he wants nothing short of a revolution in the
way
priests
accompany
Catholics, saying the church
must no longer sit in judgment
and “throw stones” against those
who fail to live up to the Gospel’s
ideals of marriage and family life.
“I understand those who prefer
a more rigorous pastoral care
which leaves no room for confusion,” he wrote. “But I sincerely
believe that Jesus wants a
church attentive to the goodness
which the Holy Spirit sows in the
midst of human weakness.”
On thorny issues such as contraception, Francis stressed that
a couple’s individual conscience
— not dogmatic rules imposed
across the board — must guide
their decisions and the church’s
pastoral practice.
“We have been called to form
consciences, not replace to
them,” he said.
He insisted the church’s aim is
to reintegrate and welcome all its
members. He called for a new
language to help Catholic families
cope with today’s problems. And
he said pastors must take into
account mitigating factors —
fear, ignorance, habits and
duress
— in counseling
Catholics who simply aren’t perfect.
“It can no longer simply be said
that all those in any irregular situations are living in a state of
mortal sin and are deprived of
sanctifying grace,” he wrote. Even
Cross, Berry
to be HHE
speakers
Terry Cross and Kent Berry will
lead the His Hands Extended
devotions this coming week.
The nondenominational devotions feature a short talk, worship
music and intercessory prayer.
The public is invited to start the
mornings with the devotion.
Held at the Garden Plaza, the
devotions are held from 7 to 7:30
on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Cross will be the speaker on
Tuesday morning and Berry on
Thursday morning.
Garden Plaza is located at 3500
Keith St. N.W.
I SEE BY THE
BANNER
The Bradley Memorial Hospital
Retirees and former employees
will hold the next bi-monthly
meeting at the Golden Corral on
April 13, 11:30 a.m. If you have
any questions regarding the
meeting, call Tommie Vincent,
423-790-0907.
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Waterville Baptist Church will
have a yard sale at 3722 Dalton
Pike, today, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m,
and Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. There will be furniture,
clothing, kitchen and miscellaneous items.
Database of
Holocaust victims
reaches 1M names
WASHINGTON (AP) — An effort
to build a free online database of
Holocaust victims and survivors
has reached a milestone.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Museum and Ancestry.com
announced Friday that records of
one million people persecuted by
the Nazis are now available to be
searched.
The crowd-sourced database
was launched in 2011 and is
known as the World Memory
Project. Volunteer contributors
from around the world have been
indexing materials from the
museum’s archive so people can
be added to the database and
searched easily by name.
Among the volunteers is
Patricia Lewin, a retired doctor
who lives in Los Angeles. She’s
indexed the records of more than
79,000 people. In the process,
she found out that she had relatives who died in the Holocaust,
even though she’s not Jewish.
those in an “objective situation of
sin” can be in a state of grace,
and can even be more pleasing to
God by trying to improve, he said.
The document’s release marks
the culmination of a divisive twoyear consultation of ordinary
Catholics and the church hierarchy that Francis initiated in
hopes of understanding the problems facing Catholic families
today and providing them with
better pastoral care.
The most divisive issue that
arose during two meetings of
bishops, or synods, was whether
Francis would loosen the
Vatican’s strict position on
whether Catholics who divorce
and remarry can receive
Communion. Church teaching
holds that unless these Catholics
receive an annulment, or a
church decree that their first
marriage was invalid, they are
committing adultery and cannot
receive Communion.
Conservatives had insisted
that the rules were fixed and that
there was no way around Christ’s
teaching on the indissolubility of
marriage. Progressives had
sought wiggle room to balance
doctrine with mercy and look at
each couple on a case-by-case
basis, accompanying them on a
path of reconciliation that could
lead to them eventually receiving
the sacraments.
Francis took a unilateral step
last year in changing church law
to make it easier to get an annulment. On Friday, he said the rigorous response proposed by the
conservatives was inconsistent
with Jesus’ message of mercy.
“By thinking that everything is
black and white, we sometimes
close off the way of grace and of
growth and discourage paths of
sanctification which give glory to
God,” he said. “Let us remember
that a small step in the midst of
great human limitations can be
more pleasing to God than a life
which appears outwardly in order
but moves through the day without confronting great difficulties.”
Francis
didn’t
explicitly
endorse the “penitential path” of
bringing such civilly remarried
Catholics to Communion that
was advocated by leading progressives such as Cardinal Walter
Kasper. But he repeated what the
synod had endorsed of the need
for pastors to help individual
Catholics over the course of spiritual direction to ascertain what
God is asking of them.
And he went further by explicitly linking such discussions of
conscience with access to the
sacraments.
In footnotes, Francis cited his
previous document “The Joy of
the Gospel” in saying that the
Eucharist “is not a prize for the
perfect but a powerful medicine
and nourishment for the weak.”
The Rev. James Bretzke, a
Boston College theologian, said
the document will give cover to
and empower those priests and
bishops who want to apply a
broader understanding of the
confidential discussions between
a priest and divorced and civilly
remarried Catholics — a concept
known as the “internal forum
solution.”
“He does not outlaw that,
whereas John Paul II specifically
outlawed (it),” he said.
But Mark Brumley, president
of Ignatius Press, a major
English-language publisher of
the writings of retired Pope
Benedict XVI, said Francis’
emphasis on conscience “doesn’t
mean this is a free pass to do
whatever you want.”
He said the document tries to
navigate the difficult path of
upholding church teaching while
allowing the civilly remarried to
participate in the life of the
church.
“It’s a very tricky thing,”
Brumley said.
In many ways the document is
significant for what it doesn’t say.
While Francis frequently cited
John Paul, whose papacy was
characterized by a hardline insistence on doctrine and sexual
morals, he did so selectively.
Francis referenced certain parts
of John Paul’s 1981 “Familius
Consortio,” the guiding Vatican
document on family life until
Friday, but he omitted any reference to its most divisive paragraph 83, which explicitly forbids
the sacraments for the divorced
and civilly remarried.
In fact, Francis went further
than mere omission and effectively rejected John Paul’s call in
that document for people in civil
second marriages to live as
brother and sister, abstaining
from sex so they can still receive
the sacraments. In a footnote,
Francis said that many people
offered such a solution by the
church “point out that if certain
expressions of intimacy are lacking it often happens that faithfulness is endangered and the good
of children suffer.”
Similarly, in discussing the
need for “responsible parenthood” and regulating the number
of children, Francis made no
mention of the church’s opposition to artificial contraception. He
squarely rejected abortion as
“horrendous” and he cited the
1968 encyclical “Humanae
Vitae,” which deals with the
issue.
But Francis made no mention
of the “unlawful birth control
methods” rejected in “Humanae
Vitae.” Instead he focused on the
need for couples in their conscience to make decisions about
their family size.
Citing the Vatican II document “Gaudium et Spes”
Francis said: “Let them thoughtfully take into account both
their own welfare and that of
their children, those already
born and those which the future
may bring. ... The parents themselves and no one else should
ultimately make this judgment
in the sight of God.”
Francis made a single reference to church-sanctioned family
planning method of abstaining
from sex during a woman’s fertile
time. He said only that such
practices are to be “promoted” —
not that other methods are forbidden — and he insisted on the
need for children to receive sex
education, albeit without focusing on “safe sex.”
CHURCH
ACTIVITIES
A gospel singing will be held at
Unity Church of God, 3144
Fulbright Road, Saturday at 7
p.m. Featured singers will Jirsh,
Crystal River Singers, The
Heavenly Heirs, Midnight Cry
Messengers and others.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Serving Cleveland for
over 175 years
Farmland Community Church
Meeting at the Cleveland Family YMCA
Sanctuary - Traditional Worship - 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Fellowship Hall - Informal Worship - 8:45 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Nursery available for all worship services
Randy Martin, Senior Pastor Skip White, Associate Pastor
155 Central Ave., NW
423-476-5586
http://www.bsumc.org
220 Urbane Road NE
Sunday Morning Worship Service 10 AM
Office Phone: 473-9891
“Come See The Difference”
REV. CHIP HAMMONDS
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH United Christian Church
3425 Ocoee St. N 476-4504
www.ClevelandUMC.com
Pastor: Rev. Tim Bracken
Sunday Worship....8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School..............................9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Night Together...........5:30 p.m.
(Supper Reservations Required) - (Nursery Provided)
OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS, OPEN DOORS...
The People of The United Methodist Church
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church
3405 Peerless Road NW
Cleveland, TN 37312 • 472-9578
www.wesleymemorialchurch.com
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Ramon Torres
Sunday Worship – 8:30, 11:00, 6:00
Where Everybody is Somebody, & Jesus Christ is Lord
First Lutheran Church
“Building on His Promise”
“Scripture-Based”
8:15 & 10:45 Service
9:30 Sunday School
Reverend Robert Seaton, Pastor
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2200 Peerless Rd
Cleveland, TN
423.479.4277
A Full-Gospel Fellowship
Everyone Welcome
Service Times: Sunday 11 AM & 6 PM, Wed. 7 PM
´ of Lisieux
St. Thérese
Catholic Church
MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday 6 p.m. (Vigil)
Sunday: 8 a.m. (Spanish), 9:30 a.m., 12 p.m.
1st & 3rd Sunday, 3 p.m. (Latin)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday: 5:30 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE Saturday 4:45-5:45 p.m.
900 CLINGAN RIDGE DR. NW • 476-8123
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CHURCH OF
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THIS WEEKEND
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precaution was being taken as
students come back to campus.
“Bradley Central has been
working closely with the Bradley
County Sheriff’s Office concerning an incident of an unknown
person writing on a bathroom
stall,” Cash said.
Both Cash and Sheriff Eric
Watson said the threats have
been found to be “unsubstantiated” and that authorities have not
been able to “deem the threat
credible.”
However, statements from both
said extra precautions were being
taken.
“The Sheriff’s Office takes children’s safety very seriously, and
every school inside Bradley
County has been assigned a
school resource officer,” Watson
said.
“As a matter of precaution,
Chief Deputy Brian Smith and I,
in addition to extra law enforcement personnel, will be assigned
to Bradley Central High School
Friday morning. Parents should
be assured this office will be
proactive in dealing with any
threats received at any school.”
School board member Amanda
Lee said her son would be in
attendance for class.
“I would never send my son to
school if I felt like he was in danger,” Lee wrote on a Facebook
post Thursday. “Principal Todd
Shoemaker and the BCSO have
taken extra precautions to ensure
the safety of our children. My son
will be attending school tomorrow.”
There have been no arrests or
charges in the case as of Friday
morning.
Hughes
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CPD reports said Worth’s body
was later picked up and eventually transported to a rural area in
Polk County, where it was discovered. Cleveland Police were
assisted in recovering the body by
the Polk County Sheriff’s Office,
Bradley County Sheriff’s Office
and 10th Judicial District Drug
Task Force.
Hughes, who was wearing a
tracking ankle bracelet due to
being convicted of previous
charges, was charged with firstdegree murder, while the other
four — including Rutledge — were
charged with tampering with evidence and accessory to the fact of
first-degree murder.
The other three defendants
were identified as Richard Leroy
“R.L.” Jerger, Jeffery Todd
Crumley, and Guy Roy Hawkins.
All three were mentioned by
Rutledge in her testimony
Thursday.
Rutledge admitted that all five
people knew each other, and
some were better friends than
others. She also admitted she and
Hughes were staying in a motel in
Chattanooga, and had been using
meth for two days prior to the
homicide.
Bryant asked Rutledge if she
was being given immunity for testifying against Hughes. She said
she was not.
She was out on bond, and others were also free on bond in the
case, while Hughes remained in
custody at the Bradley County
Jail following the October incident.
The next meeting of the Bradley
County grand jury is scheduled
for next week. It is not known if
the case will be presented to that
meeting of the grand jury, or at a
later session. Hughes will remain
in custody pending that meeting.
Government: You
won't be cuffed for
student loan defaults
WASHINGTON (AP) — It won’t
help your credit history, but
defaulting on student loans will
not earn you a one-way ticket to
jail.
That word comes from the
Education Department in a blog
post that advises students past
and present that they won’t be
put behind bars for missing payments.
“America hasn’t had debtors’
prisons for nearly two centuries,
and you cannot be arrested simply for not paying your student
loans,” Matt Lehrich, communications director at the department, wrote on a blog this week.
When people do start missing
payments, Lehrich said, the
agency’s loan servicers work for
almost a year to contact borrowers. They’ll be informed of their
options to get their payments
back on track and the consequences of defaulting, such as
taking a hit to one’s credit rating.
Himanshu Patel of Bani Vani
Hospitality, which is bringing a
La Quinta Inn & Suites to town,
referred to the “corporate qualities and tourism in the Cleveland
area” as the reasons for locating
a hotel here.
Woody has also been getting
Cleveland onto statewide trails
and promoting existing activities
to continue tourism growth.
“I think residents just don’t
realize how much traffic we have
in our hotels,” Woody said. “I am
really of the mind that a rising
tide lifts all ships. I like to think
that the more brands and the
more quality places we have to
stay at our exits, the more people
will stop.”
Banner photo, JOYANNA LOVE
Most recent gross revenue
GLORIA ORTIZ of Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee presented information about the organization’s numbers show tourism in
programs during a recent Cleveland State Community College Early Childhood Education Club meeting. Bradley County generating
$132.68 million a year.
The Tennessee Department of
Tourist Development’s Economic
Impact of Travel study releases
data by county on the monetary
benefits of tourism each year.
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The state report gives data for
the previous year on revenue
“There are somewhat negative
generated by tourism, as well as
connotations to child abuse prethe growth of tourism over the
vention work, just because of
previous study’s data.
what it is; but what many people
Bradley County has consisdon’t realize is a lot of what we do
tently seen increases of more
is for the purpose of strengthenthan 3 percent in the last four
ing the family,” Bennett said.
years. In 2011, the county had
The goal is to ensure children
an increase of 13 percent growth
are having “a fulfilling and
in tourism. The following year,
healthy” childhood, Bennett said.
with a growth rate of 9.43 perAnger management classes are
cent, Bradley County had the
also available for children.
highest growth rate for tourism
BRI’s pinwheel garden will be
in the state.
displayed near the YMCA.
“At that time, Wacker was real“The pinwheels represent a
healthy and safe child in our
community,” Bennett said. “We
do it based on our vision, and our
vision is ideally a world without
child abuse.”
The pinwheel garden will also
serve as a way to draw attention
WASHINGTON (AP) — Janet
to an event the institute is holdYellen was put on the spot about
ing on April 30, 9 a.m. to noon, at
whether she made a mistake in
the YMCA as a part of “Healthy
raising interest rates in December.
Kid Day.”
Ben Bernanke was quizzed about
Bennett said a pinwheel “is
what it felt like to be called a traireflective of a happy childhood,
Banner photo, HOWARD PIERCE tor by the governor of Texas.
where they are playing and careAlan Greenspan was asked if he
HALEY POE-JONES and Allen Nash plant pinwheels near Blue
free.”
Springs Laundry in support of great childhoods and preventing child purposely sought to confuse
“A child should not have to be
Congress with his answers. And
stressed out. They should not abuse.
Paul Volcker was queried about
have to go through adverse conbeing hung in effigy after he
“If it’s one time, it’s too much,” pushed interest rates to levels not
ditions” that are traumatic, he helped plant pinwheels.
She said for them, the pin- Miles said. “It’s a problem in our seen since the Civil War.
said. “They should not have to
have some type of unhealthy wheels represent a “loved one community. It’s not always
The event was an unprecedentwho had experienced child abuse noticeable. It can be silent and ed gathering of leaders of the
experience,” Bennett said.
PCAT provides resources to or a child who was lost due to we need to become more aware.” Federal Reserve — past and presIn the state of Tennessee, the ent — to discuss what it feels like
parents to build good family rela- child abuse.”
“When we started this … there law requires adults to report to hold what is considered the
tionships and prevent abuse.
Programs for first-time mothers was a woman here, we had no known child abuse.
world’s most powerful economic
“That’s our whole goal, to policy-making job.
and fathers focus on ways to help idea she had lost one of her
their child be healthy. More grandchildren to child abuse, share with our community that
The four Fed leaders appeared
information on these programs and she was just so appreciative comes through the door. It is Thursday evening at an event to
and information on keeping of us taking such a strong role, each adult’s responsibility to launch a speaker’s program honstressful situations from escalat- participating and bringing care and be aware,” Miles said.
oring Volcker at the International
To report child abuse or neg- House in New York, a residential
ing
are
available
at awareness about child abuse,”
lect in Tennessee, call the Child dormitory for foreign students.
Miles said.
www.pcat.org.
The Caring Place is raising Abuse Hotline at 877-237-0004. Greenspan appeared by video link
Pinwheels for Prevention is
The Tennessee Department of from Washington.
also sponsored by BlueCross awareness by talking with clients
Services
website
about the “Pinwheels for Children
BlueShield of Tennessee.
Together, the tenures of the four
Toni Miles, director of organi- Prevention” campaign and the (www.tn.gov/dcs/article/report- participants cover more than onezation advancement at The importance of taking an active child-abuse) provides informa- third of the Fed’s 102-year history.
Caring Place, said volunteers role in preventing and reporting tion on what to look for and what Their leadership included the douto do.
from the families they serve child abuse in the community.
ble-digit inflation of the 1970s, the
global banking and financial market crises of the 1980s and 1990s
and, beginning nearly a decade
ago, the worst financial crisis and
recession since the Great
Depression.
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Fareed Zakaria of CNN, who
moderated the discussion, asked
Noelck shared the credit with how the four felt in a job with “so
selected the 2015 merchandising credited with much of the effort
winner nationwide, again being needed to win last year’s Produce everyone in her department,
selected from among 3,500-plus award, which featured colorful which usually numbers around
and theme-related displays, espe- 30. “I couldn’t do anything withAWG stores.
“This is the first time the same cially during the University of out them,” she said. “Everyone we
have would bend over backwards
AWG store has won both national Tennessee football season.
“It means a lot to us as a store for each other.”
awards (although in separate
The department manager also
years),” said Keith Scott, the to have Wendy and her group in
WASHINGTON (AP) — Most
the Bakery and Deli depart- tossed a few compliments Scott’s computer simulations of climate
store’s proud manager.
way. “It takes a great store man- change are underestimating by at
Noelck explained that the crite- ments,” said Scott.
“It is not only their artistics ager to [give us the latitude to] do least one degree how warm the
ria for the award is based on the
displays in each specific depart- skills, but the personal relation- what we do, and to win something world will get this century, a new
ment, and how those displays ships her staff has established like this,” she said.
study suggests.
Scott and Noelck explained that
with our customers,” the store
lead to increased sales.
It all comes down to clouds and
The relevant statistics are manager continued. “They’re a lot the national award has not yet how much heat they are trapping.
determined throughout the year, like the old television show reached the Cleveland store, but According to the study published
and many of Cooke’s holiday pre- ‘Cheers,’ because they go “Where both believed it will fit in well with Thursday in the journal Science,
the five trophies Noelck has computer model simulations say
sentations and special events everybody knows our name.’”
He
added
that,
“The received for consecutive divisional there is more ice and less liquid
have led to the national honors.
Scott said Produce managers Bakery/Deli is our most person- wins, and the store’s national water in clouds than a decade of
award from a year ago.
Tom Harris and Michael Tighe are able department.”
satellite observations show.
Pinwheels
ly going strong with construction, and so the hotels were
doing very well with engineers
and architects and people who
are helping to construct Wacker.
But also, at the same time
Whirlpool was either under construction or had just finished.
Mars had expanded. Olin had
expanded,” Woody said. “Also at
the same time, Perry Stone
Ministries had finished the
Omega Center.”
Woody said tourism in
Tennessee has “a huge drop-off
when school starts.” She said
this is why she is supportive of a
later school start date.
A recent approval at the state
level for Bradley County to
increase the local lodging tax by
2 percent has brought some concern for Woody and her colleagues.
“It is important that we stay
competitive,” Woody said. “I
wouldn’t want anything to take
us out of the mix for meetings,
youth groups. When you are just
going in as an individual and you
are just paying for a room, you
may or may not realize you are
paying that tax … but when you
are bringing a big group of people
and you are negotiating for a
group rate for those rooms, the
tax rate from city to city is definitely a part of the negotiating.”
Even with the increase in the
local tax, the lodging tax rate
here is lower than in
Chattanooga.
The approval to move forward
with the tax increase is waiting
for Gov. Bill Haslam’s signature.
4 Fed leaders face questions
about their powerful jobs
Cooke’s
much concentrated power” that
opened them up to criticism when
the economy was not doing well.
Greenspan, who was often
accused of trying to dodge tough
questions at congressional hearings with big words and incredibly
long sentences, did not deny
employing that tactic. But he said,
“The real problem is that monetary policy is largely economic
forecasting and our ability to forecast is limited. ... How do you convey what you know without going
into the area of forecasting beyond
our knowledge?”
Bernanke said he didn’t like it in
2011 when he was called a traitor
by Rick Perry, who was then governor of Texas and a Republican
presidential candidate. But he said
he realized that criticism came
with the job, especially in times
when the Fed was trying to pull
the country out of the worst recession since the 1930s.
“We had tremendous responsibilities to address these terrible
risks,” Bernanke said. “I didn’t
take the job for adulation.”
Volcker’s policy of high interest
rates contributed to pushing the
country into two recessions in the
early 1980s. But he said even with
unhappy farmers and home
builders attacking the central
bank’s policies, the Fed could not
have done what it did without
broad support from the public for
the central bank’s attempts to deal
with a prolonged bout stagflation,
a toxic combination of high inflation and weak economic growth.
New study says warming may
be worse than experts think
Tree
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dedicated annual expenditures for
its campus tree program, an Arbor
Day observance and student service-learning project. Currently,
there are 254 campuses across
the United States with this recognition.
Cleveland State Community
College is designated as a Level II
Certified Arboretum, a certification awarded by the Tennessee
Urban Forestry Council. This designation was made possible when
the college became home to 60 different tree species. Currently,
there are approximately 100 dif-
ferent tree species on the CSCC
campus.
“Cleveland State Community
College is proud to be recertified
as a Tree Campus USA,” stated
Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president.
“We are so fortunate to have
such a beautiful campus in our
community that is befitting of this
award. Our continuing commitment to caring for our environment serves as a role model for
our students and all community
citizens.”
The Arbor Day Foundation has
helped campuses throughout the
country plant thousands of trees,
and Tree Campus USA colleges
and universities invested more
than $36.8 million in campus forest management last year. More
information about the program is
available
at
arborday.org/TreeCampusUSA.
The Arbor Day Foundation is a
million-member nonprofit conservation and education organization
with the mission to inspire people
to plant, nurture and celebrate
trees. More information is available at arborday.org.
The more water and less ice in
clouds, the more heat is trapped
and less the light is reflected, said
study co-author Trude Storelvmo,
a Yale atmospheric scientist. She
said even though it tens of degrees
below freezing, the clouds still
have lots of liquid water because
they don’t have enough particles
that helps the water turn to ice
crystals.
Because as the climate
changes, there will be more clouds
with far more liquid, and global
warming will be higher than previously thought, Storelvmo said.
How much warming is predicted for the next 80 or so years
depends a lot on if society cuts
back on carbon dioxide emissions.
In the worst case scenario, with no
carbon reduction, the United
Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change sees tempera-
tures rising by about 6.7 degrees
by the end of the century and
Storelvmo said the liquid cloud
factor would add another degree
or more on top of that.
While the study is “well-reasoned” and “sobering,” there are
uncertainties with the satellite
observations that raise questions
for Chris Bretherton at the
University of Washington, who
wasn’t part of the study. He said if
the Yale team is right and there’s a
bigger cloud feedback, why hasn’t
warming so far been even higher?
That’s a legitimate question,
Storelvmo said, but computer
simulations may also be underestimating the cooling effect of
aerosols that mask the warming
but are diminishing in the atmosphere.
This is just the latest in a series
of studies that have found that
mainstream science may be too
conservative in estimating the
pace and effects of warming,
including melting ice sheets in
Antarctica.
“None of this is good news,”
Storelvmo said. “You always hope
that climate isn’t as sensitive to
carbon dioxide as we fear, same
with the ice sheets, but we’re calling it as we see it. Several studies
have come out and show that
we’ve been too conservative up
until now.”
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‘Healthiest Nation 2030’ is
theme for Public Health Week
By LARRY C. BOWERS
Banner Staff Writer
The Bradley County Health
Department and Bradley County
government are recognizing this
first week of April as Public Health
Week.
Mayor D. Gary Davis has
announced the county’s participation, and Health Department
Director Eloise Waters emphasizes
that numerous activities, especially for children, are scheduled
throughout the month.
The Tennessee Public Health
Association added this time of year
brings individuals and communities together to celebrate the work
and dedication of public health
professionals and volunteers.
This week, and month, also
highlight issues important to
improving the health of the community, the state, and the nation.
The theme for this year is
“Healthiest Nation 2030.”
Davis said the promotion of
health and quality of life of all
Tennesseans through prevention
is a major goal of public health
efforts, and health services benefit
the entire community as essential
ingredients in a strong, successful
health care system.
He added this year’s celebration
“Will increase awareness and
understanding of the relationship
between prevention and health
outcomes in the community.”
Waters and Health Department
managers Teresa Rogers and
Sandra Prater are excited about
the week, as well as the activities
planned throughout the month.
Health Department personnel
are enthusiastic about this
month’s huge book giveaway.
“We’re dispensing books to every
child we see at the Health
Department, and in our home visitation program,” said Waters.
“Reading at all levels is important,” she continued. “Reading to
your child 20 minutes a day teaches them early learning skills, and
improves their overall health.”
She emphasized education is
the leading indicator of good
health, which gives people access
to better jobs and income, and creates healthier neighborhoods.
Another big event this month,
especially for children, is
Saturday’s third annual Big Truck
Roundup at Westwood Baptist
Church.
This free event is scheduled
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will
feature dump trucks and other
vehicles from Caldwell Paving, a
bucket truck from Volunteer
Energy Cooperative, a tow truck
from Titan Towing, a Cleveland
Fire Department fire truck, tractors, police vehicles, and emergency service vehicles.
Family Cornerstones’ Starfish
Program is sponsoring the
Roundup once again, along with
its partners Caldwell Paving,
TNCare, Regional Intervention
Program, Amerigroup, Welcome
Friends, Foundation House, and
others.
Other activities during the
month:
— On Saturday, April 23,
Friends of the Greenway will sponsor “Family Resources on the
Greenway.” From 11 a.m. to 2
p.m., there will be face painting, a
puppet show, music, food vendors,
games, the book mobile and a
bloodmobile on the Greenway at
the corner of 25th and Keith
streets.
— The Health Department is
sponsoring a Baby Fair from 2 to 6
p.m. Thursday, April 14, at Big
Springs Baptist Church, 1415
Hardwick St. S.E.
The Baby Fair promotes
healthy, full-term pregnancies and
encourages mothers to remain
tobacco free. Waters said 250 to
300 attended last year’s Baby Fair.
— The Health Department will
be conducting car seat checks and
installments on the first and third
Thursdays of the month. This
Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS
BRADLEY COUNTY Health Department Director Eloise Waters, second from left, joined two of her
managers, Teresa Rogers and Sandra Prater, to discuss plans for this year’s National Public Health
Week, with Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis. Activities are planned throughout the month, including
a book giveaway. From left are Rogers, Waters, Davis and Prater.
service is provided every month.
— There will be a puppet show
at the Big Truck Roundup, and at
Family Resources on the
Greenway. Health Department
employees made the puppets.
— Health Department personnel will be participating in Health
Expositions at Oak Grove and
Park View elementary schools this
month.
— A nutritional program is
scheduled at 1:30 p.m. Friday,
April 15, at the Summit downtown. The Health Department is
planning a healthy cooking and
Veterans Songwriters Music Festival planned
By ALLEN MINCEY
Banner Staff Writer
If you are into music, and want
to hear from the people responsible for that music, mark Aug. 26
and Aug. 27 on your calendar.
Those are the dates for the
inaugural “Veterans Songwriters
Music Festival,” to be held at the
Tri-State Exhibition Center.
Organizer Bill Stamps said it
should be a great time for all.
Also, there is the possibility of
well-known musical artists coming to Cleveland for the event.
Stamps said these are artists
who have connections with many
of the songwriters who will be
attending the festival.
Among those who will be at the
event are two friends of Stamps
— Don Mealer, who goes by the
moniker “Pooh Bah,” and
Cleveland’s own Stan Beaver, a
2000 Rockabilly Hall of Fame
inductee. The trio got together on
Thursday, at WOOP Radio, to
announce the festival dates, and
Mealer and Beaver also played
some of their songs on the air.
Several other songwriters
called in to the station to speak
about their craft and endorse the
event. One of the songwriters
who has committed to being a
part of the festival has written
over 95 songs.
“Pooh Bah has been a friend of
mine for over 20 years now, and
he has written songs with
Johnny Cash and Waylon
Jennings,” Stamps said. “He is
also best friends with Willie
Nelson and, as a matter of fact,
he and Willie owned a really cool
cafe in Branson, Mo., called Pooh
Bah and Willie’s Cafe. He is quite
a character.”
The festival is designed to
bring awareness to post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD,
which strikes many veterans.
“I can’t think of a better cause
for this festival,” said one of the
songwriters who called the station.
Stamps said he expects 25 to
30 songwriters and/or singers to
participate in the event.
Both Mealer and Beaver said
they will be at the festival and
will play some of their songs they
played on the air Thursday
morning. (Mealer played “Don’t
Threaten Me with a Good Time”
and “When You Love Somebody
Who Won’t Love You Back,” while
Beaver played his 1963 hit
“Rocket in My Pocket.”)
Jordy Waller, chairman of the
board for the Tri-State Exhibition
Center (Bess Neil Arena), said he
is looking forward to the event.
More details will be announced
in coming weeks.
healthy eating presentation.
— A Healthy Kids Day is
planned at the Cleveland Family
YMCA on Saturday, April 40.
This year’s Public Health celebration is not only in Bradley
County, but in communities
across the state and nation.
“To meet the goal of becoming
the healthiest nation by 2030, we
must focus on multiple areas, not
just traditional public health,” said
Doris Spain, executive director of
the Tennessee Public Health
Association.
“We must work to eliminate
health disparities at the state and
local levels,” she added. “We must
look at the environments we live
in and strive to construct areas
where people can walk and bike
from their homes to schools,
workplaces, and recreational
facilities.”
Spain said Tennessee communities, like Bradley County, are
making significant strides in their
efforts to improve the health of
their citizens. “But, it will take
teamwork and individual commitment to reach our goal,” she
said.
“INVEST IN YOUR
COMMUNITY!”
Cleveland Daily Banner
Serving Our Community Since 1854
Inspirational Award Winning Gospel
Singer TaRanda Greene to Perform at
First Baptist Church in Cleveland
Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY
THE INAUGURAL “Veterans Songwriters Music Festival” will be held at the Tri-State Exhibition Center
on Aug. 26 and Aug. 27. Announcing the festival and dates, and playing a little music on WOOP Radio
Thursday morning, were, from left: Bill Stamps, Stan Beaver and Don “Pooh Bah” Mealer.
Family Cornerstones growing
Big Truck Round-up
set for Saturday at
Westwood Baptist
By CHRISTY ARMSTRONG
Banner Staff Writer
Local
nonprofit
Family
Cornerstones has recently seen an
increase of families taking part in
its programs.
Chrissy Pugh, the organization’s
executive director, told the Bradley
Sunrise Rotary Club on Thursday
that all its programs are “either at
capacity or near it.”
“All our programs across the
board are growing,” Pugh said. “It
presents some challenges ... but
it’s ultimately an exciting thing to
have happen.”
She noted the organization is
contemplating adding a new staff
member to help local families.
The organization has a long history in Cleveland, having been
founded as the Bradley Initiative
for Church and Community in
1998. In 2014, it change its name
to Family Cornerstones to emphasize the word “family.”
“We believe that by strengthening families, we are strengthening
our communities,” Pugh said.
Family Cornerstones offers four
main programs for children, youth
and families better their relationships.
The Starfish program helps atrisk families with children up to
the age of 5 make sure they are on
track developmentally. Certified
parent educators visit the families
in their homes and provide them
with activities, books and parenting tips.
Families in the Starfish program
also get to take part in a variety of
meetings and events where par-
Chrissy Pugh
ents will talk while their children
play.
The next big event is this
Saturday and is open to the public, The third annual Big Truck
Round-up will take place
Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
at Westwood Baptist Church.
Caldwell Paving and other local
partners will allow children to tour
everything from big construction
vehicles to emergency response
vehicles.
Another program is the Bridging
the Gap mentoring program. An
at-risk child or teen is paired with
a local adult who meets with them
in a public place to talk, do homework and participate in activities
together.
Partnerships with organizations
like the Cleveland Family YMCA
and the local Boys and Girls Clubs
allow the mentors and mentees to
continually have new experiences
together. Through it all, the child
has someone in his or her life who
is interested in what he or she has
to say.
“That shows the child that they
are important,” Pugh said.
She added some of the children
taking part may not have positive
adult role models in their lives at
home.
Another program, Transitions,
helps parents and children ages
10 to 14 navigate the changes that
come with becoming a teenager.
Pugh noted the teenage years can
be “a trying time” even for strong
families.
Families meet together regular
ly for dinner, then the parents and
teens are divided into groups. The
parents receive parenting advice,
while the teens talk about the
importance of respecting the rules
designed to keep them safe.
Families also work together on
games and activities designed to
foster better communication.
The fourth program is Inspiring
Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, a leadership program for middle and
high school youth.
Young people participate in a
variety of activities designed to
teach them about leadership, and
they are also encouraged to participate in community service.
Pugh said it is a common misconception that youth today are
self-centered and disinterested in
their communities.
“They want to serve, and they
want to give back,” Pugh said. “We
are giving them opportunities to do
that.”
Among the recent service projects was a potluck lunch held in
Johnston Park downtown. The
hope was to get homeless people
and business people to get to
know one another.
Though the Starfish program is
currently “at capacity,” Pugh said
people can inquire about being
placed on a waiting list and register for Family Cornerstones’ other
programs.
For more information, visit
www.familycornerstones.org.
TaRanda Greene’s inspirational life story and musical presentation returns to First
Baptist Church Sunday. She will participate with the Dove Award winning First
Baptist Church Choir at the Church’s three morning worship services at 8:30, 9:45
and 11:05, and in special concert Sunday evening at 6:00 pm. Music minister Tyler
Brinson announced “Taranda’s life story and musical presentation will give hope to
all. TaRanda’s ability to demonstrate that faith can and will carry us through
circumstances which seem overwhelming. Everyone is invited and encouraged to
attend this free concert.”
Fourteen years ago, TaRanda Kiser was like most high school seniors. She was
headed for college and ready to conquer the world. Little could she have known what
the next decade and a half would hold, after she made the decision to forsake college
and audition for the popular Southern Gospel Music group, The Greenes. “Singing
full-time had always been my dream,” recalls TaRanda, “so I gave up a college
scholarship, left Florida, and made my way to the mountains of Boone, NC, to pursue
my dream. All I wanted to do was sing!”
The charming, talented soprano quickly captured the hearts of Gospel music lovers across the nation, and it wasn’t
very long before she also captured the heart of the young man who was technically her boss. “From the first day I got on
the bus to travel with the group, Tony and I hit it off. We became best friends long before we got married,” she admits.
No one was more surprised than TaRanda when Tony proposed to her in front of 20,000 Southern Gospel Music fans
during the industry’s premier event in Louisville, KY, at the National Quartet Convention. Just five short months later,
the two married on February 13, 2001.
Even before the two wed, Tony had begun to experience major health problems. The couple was told they would
never have children, yet God chose to present them with two miracles. The first came in 2004 when th eir daughter Belle
was born and the second in 2008 when they welcomed the arrival of their daughter Josie.
As the couple was adjusting to life on the road with two little girls, their career seemed to continue to blossom.
TaRanda was also gaining national attention as a soloist. She achieved the historic honor of being the first female soloist
to obtain a Number One ranking on The Singing News Magazine’s Top 40 Radio Airplay Chart with her mega-hit, Sky
Full of Angels; however, as their professional lives seemed to prosper, Tony’s physical health was deteriorating. In 2007,
doctors discovered that the one functioning kidney Tony had was working at a very low rate. In 2009, TaRanda was
cleared to donate her kidney to her husband. Unfortunately, throughout the next year, Tony suffered numerous
complications and in September of 2010, Tony passed away. “Tony was my biggest encourager,” TaRanda shares.
“Saying goodbye has been the hardest thing I have ever had to face.”
Staring in the face of uncertainty, TaRanda has held to the realization that this next step in her life is one God has
been preparing her to take for quite some time. “I have been very blessed over the years with amazin g opportunities,”
she says with a smile, while fighting back the tears. “The Lord has been faithful to walk through all this with me. I look
back on everything we have faced and I know this was a time of preparation for this new day. The very best way I can
remember Tony is to do what I know he would want me to do. He always pushed me to sing, and with God’s help, that is
what I will continue to do.”
News that the talented vocalist will continue to sing, came as a delight to those who have grown to love and admire
TaRanda’s resilience and perseverance, as well as her God-given musical gift and anointed spirit. She has become a fan
favorite among audiences worldwide.
TaRanda is often seen on the popular Bill Gaither Homecoming Video Series and has also made appearances at
numerous cities with the Homecoming Tour. She has also become a favorite guest vocalist at the famed Brooklyn
Tabernacle in Brooklyn, NY. She was invited by the Church to be a special featured soloist on the latest two Brooklyn
Tabernacle Choir recordings “Declare Your Name” and “A Brooklyn Tabernacle Christmas”. She was also invited to
appear before the United Nations for a special Christmas concert, where she thrilled representatives from around the
world with her rousing rendition of “O Holy Night.”
As TaRanda finds herself transitioning into uncharted territory, she also clings to the faithfulness of a loving Savior
who promised to never leave nor forsake. She has a great story to share as “God has given me a new love and friend to
travel through the remainder of this life. Landon Beene and I will be married. Trials and tribulations proves that God’s
grace and faithfulness will carry us through and make us “Stronger”. (The title of one of her new songs.) Life is one that
is filled with much heartbreak and uncertainty, as well as promise and hope, as this now single mother of two, is
committed to telling that story while holding onto the One who has brought her through each trial she has faced. “It’s a
very challenging time, yet I know with all my heart, my life is in God’s hands, and He loves me more than I could ever
know.” It’s that combination and that realization that TaRanda knows God will use to touch and stir the souls of each
listener.
In 1997, when TaRanda Kiser made the drive from Florida to Boone, NC, little did she know what would lie in store
for her over the next 14 years. TaRanda didn’t know, but God did, and He prepared her for each step she would take. As
He directs, TaRanda is finding her wings and soaring by the grace and strength of the One who gave her His song to
sing.
TaRanda is known as one of the most popular voices in the church today. She has recently been featured with the
Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, a regular guest with Dr. David Jeremiah and Turning Point Ministries, InTouch, and was
invited to sing for the United Nations. Her passion is the church and encouraging people thru her testimony of loss, her
recovery from depression and God’s provision in her life.
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4 Australians detained on kidnapping suspicion
BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanese
authorities have detained four
Australians, including journalists, on suspicion they were
involved in the abductions of
two children in Beirut the previous day, police officials and
Australian media said Thursday.
A British citizen has been
detained as well on suspicion
that he planned to smuggle the
children out of Lebanon on his
boat, the officials also said.
The five are being questioned
over the kidnapping of Noah and
Lahela al-Amin, the son and
daughter of a Lebanese man and
an Australian woman.
The children have been living
in Beirut since their father Ali
al-Amin brought them from
Australia last year, the officials
said.
The kidnapping, in which the
children
were taken Wednesday
AP photo
In thIs MArch 26 Photo, Vietnamese fisherman Tran Lan piles fishing nets on his boat in Tho after an attack on their
Quang port, Danang, Vietnam. For five generations, Tran Lan’s family has been fishing in the South Lebanese grandmother as she
was taking them to school near
China Sea.
their home in Beirut, was part of
a family dispute, the police said.
On Thursday, police first said
the mother and the children
were at the Australian Embassy
but later, the Lebanese intelligence department declared the
Fishermen work amid territorial
disputes in the South China Sea
CATO, Philippines (AP) — As
Asian countries jostle for territory in the South China Sea, one
Filipino fisherman is taking a
stand.
He has faced down Chinese
coast guard rifles, and even
engaged in a stone-throwing duel
with the Chinese last month that
shattered two windows on his
outrigger.
“They’ll say, ‘Out, out of
Scarborough,’” Renato Etac says,
referring to Scarborough Shoal, a
rocky outcropping claimed by
both the Philippines and China.
He yells back, “Where is the document that shows Scarborough
is Chinese property?”
At one level, the territorial disputes in the South China Sea are
a battle of wills between
American and Chinese battleships and planes. At another
level, they are cat-and-mouse
chases between the coast guards
of several countries and foreign
fishermen, and among the fishing boats themselves.
Indonesia seized a Chinese
fishing boat last month and
arrested eight fishermen, only to
have a Chinese coast guard vessel ram the fishing boat as it was
being towed, allowing it to
escape.
Vietnam’s coast guard chased
away more than 100 Chinese
boats over a two-week period, its
state media reported this week,
and made a rare seizure of a
Chinese ship carrying 100,000
liters (26,400 gallons) of diesel
oil, reportedly for sale to fishing
boats in the area.
The South China Sea, a hodgepodge of overlapping territorial
claims in the Pacific, is both
strategically important and a
vital shipping route for international trade. It may also contain
valuable oil and natural gas
reserves.
As tensions ratchet up,
though, it is perhaps those who
make a living at sea who feel it
the most. Here are some stories
from fishermen around the
region:
—PHILIPPINES: THE GUARDIAN
OF SCARBOROUGH SHOAL
Renato Etac has had dozens of
encounters with Chinese ships.
More than once, a small team
of Chinese coast guardsmen on a
rubber boat approached his boat
and pointed their rifles at him,
but he says he knew they would
not fire and risk starting a war.
At other times, the Chinese will
surge as if to hit his boat, but the
37-year-old fisherman uses his
keen knowledge of Scarborough
Shoal — where he has fished for
Spanish mackerel, trevally and
grouper since he was a teenager
— to outmaneuver them.
Etac says he just wants to
defend his livelihood in waters
that used to be open to all. China
took control of Scarborough
Shoal in 2012 after a two-month
standoff with Philippine government ships. It sits about 230
kilometers (145 miles) west of the
Philippines, and 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) from the Chinese
coast.
“It’s like quarreling, like playing games,” he says. “Yelling,
dirty finger, everything’s there.
Sometimes I use expletives in different dialects and I get to laugh
when I see them, because they
don’t understand what I’m saying.”
He enjoys what he calls the
territorial “debates” in the high
seas, though his earnings from a
weeklong fishing expedition have
dropped by more than half to
3,000 pesos ($63), because of
both the Chinese disruptions and
competition.
“He’s like the guardian of
Scarborough, sir,” said Greggy
Etac, a relative and a fellow fisherman. “I used to sail with him,
but now, I’m scared.”
—CHINA: COAST GUARD TO
THE RESCUE
Chinese fishermen working
out of the Hainan island port of
Tanmen say they now enjoy
much greater support from their
country’s beefed-up coast guard.
They have been forced to range
further out to sea because of the
heavy depletion of coastal fisheries, says Li Xianchuan, a 64year-old crew member who has
been fishing in and around
Scarborough, the Spratly islands
and the closer-in Paracels —
claimed also by Vietnam — for 40
years.
“There are many more fish in
the Nansha islands, particularly
Huangyan island,” he says, using
the Chinese terms for the contested Spratly group and
Scarborough Shoal.
In previous years, Chinese government ships would issue radio
warnings about the presence of
Philippine patrol ships around
Scarborough Shoal.
“It was very dangerous and
scary,” he says, as his 90-ton
vessel takes on fresh water in
preparation for a foray into the
South China Sea. “We had to run
around the reefs to get away from
big (Philippine) boats. Thanks to
the shallow water and submerged reefs, their big boats
could not enter the reefs. We
played hide-and-seek inside the
reef until their boats gave up and
left.”
Conditions for Chinese fishermen have vastly improved with
the addition of new and larger
Chinese coast guard vessels and
a more proactive approach, Li
says. A call to the coast guard
will bring help within two to three
hours, he says.
Fishing in the South China
Sea remains perilous, Li says.
Fishermen must contend with
rogue sailors from Vietnam, the
Philippines and Malaysia who
might try to rob them of their
catches and fishing equipment.
Li says he has been fired on once,
and knows of several fishermen
killed in encounters with
Philippine boats.
—TAIWAN: FEAR OF BANDITRY
AT SEA
Heightened competition, and
even banditry, is making it everharder to make a living, says
Taiwanese fishing boat owner
Hong Huai-jen.
“Now, they are not only fishing
in the South China Sea, but have
also broken into our territorial
waters,” Hong says, standing by
his boat in the southern Taiwan
port of Donggang, which looks
out on the Taiwan Strait.
His boat was surrounded last
November by a group of
Vietnamese fishing boats in
waters off Taiwan, presumably
for the purpose of robbing him.
He managed to give them the slip
and called the Taiwanese coast
guard for help. The Vietnamese
boats had dispersed by the time
help arrived.
“Taiwanese fishermen don’t
have any weapons,” Hong says.
“Once they board our boats,
there’s nothing we can do. We
would be detained and we have
to pay for our release.”
He has been fishing for 14
years from his home port on
Xiaoliuqiu, an island in the
Taiwan Strait.
“There’s a big difference compared with the business we had
before,” he says. “My father has
worked as a fisherman for about
40 years. The fishery resources
were rich, and there were fewer
fishing boats before. But now,
the resources are thin and there
are lots of boats.”
—INDONESIA: ANCESTRAL DISPUTES
Fish-rich waters around
Indonesia’s Natuna Islands have
a long history of being contested,
says Anton Leonard, a fisherman
and exporter who is secretarygeneral of the Indonesian
Fishermen’s Association representing traditional fishermen.
“Fishermen that come from
Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and
China have told native fishermen
that Natuna waters are their traditional fishing grounds since the
time of their ancestors,” says
Leonard. “Local fishermen in
Natuna could not resist their
presence because some of them
believe the claims, others
because such vessels are much
bigger, more advanced and sometimes also carrying weapons.”
Native fisherman haven’t been
directly affected by South China
Sea incidents that involve
Chinese patrol boats, likely
because they don’t venture far
out into Indonesia’s exclusive
economic zone, he says. But
Indonesia’s crackdown on foreign
fishing vessels in its waters and a
policy against “transshipment” of
fish between boats at sea has
affected the livelihood of traditional fisherman because they
have fewer opportunities to sell
their catch. At the same time, the
government lacks a comprehensive strategy to empower the fishermen and improve their industry, Leonard says.
“We are not afraid to face foreign boats coming into our territory,” Leonard said. “We’re eager
to help the government and waiting to be involved in the defense
of the country, even if only to be
able to inform the local authorities about their presence within
our waters.”
—VIETNAM: FEARING CHINA
For five generations, Tran
Lan’s family has been fishing in
the South China Sea. He was 17
when he started going out in a
small boat with his father. The
family did well enough to buy two
wooden trawlers for $90,000
each. His four sons, now aged 19
to 30, joined him.
The decades-old routine
changed in the early 2000s when
their boat was threatened and
nearly rammed by Chinese maritime police four times near the
Paracel Islands in South China
Sea.
Czech prosecutors charge U.S. man with murder in 2013 killings
PRAGUE (AP) — A Czech prosecutor says an American man
suspected of killing four Czech
family members has been formally charged with murder.
Prosecutor Hynek Olma says
the prosecutors believe the suspect, Kevin Dahlgren, fatally
stabbed his aunt, uncle and two
cousins in the Czech city of Brno
during a May 2013 visit.
Authorities say that the victims
were stabbed in the head and
neck and Dahlgren apparently
tried to burn three of the bodies.
Dahlgren was detained at
Washington Dulles International
Airport as he returned from the
visit. He was extradited to the
Czech Republic last year.
A date for his trial at the
regional court in Brno hasn’t
been set yet.
If convicted of committing four
murders, Dahlgren could face a
maximum sentence of life in
prison.
mother was detained and was
being held by police with her
children, state-run National
News Agency reported. It did not
say where they were found but
added that the children were
safe.
The officials, who spoke on
condition of anonymity because
they were not authorized to
speak to the media, did not give
the names of the Australians
and the Briton.
The Australian detainees
include journalists working for
Channel Nine’s 60 Minutes, who
were filming an episode on the
issue in Lebanon. Among the
detainees is TV presenter Tara
Brown.
60 Minutes reporter Michael
Usher told Nine News in an
interview
broadcast
on
Thursday that Australian consular officials in Beirut were in
contact with the 60 Minutes
crew.
“Our obvious concern is that
we have not been able to speak
to the crew for going on 15
hours now and that’s obviously
been very concerning for all of
us here,” Usher said.
Usher added that the journalists detained in Beirut are very
experienced and prepared for
the difficulties of covering what
he called, “a risky operation, a
risky story — this desperate
Australian mum trying to get her
two Australian children home.”
A Beirut police official said the
five detainees were being held at
a police station near the place
where the boat was parked in
the Lebanese capital. During
questioning, the journalists said
they came on a humanitarian
mission and that their aim was
not to kidnap the children, he
added.
Channel Nine issued a statement earlier Thursday saying
that: “We can confirm a crew
from 60 Minutes has been
detained in Beirut. We won’t be
giving out any more details,
other than to say we are working
with authorities to get them
released and back home ASAP.”
A Channel Nine employee told
The Associated Press in
Australia that the 60 Minutes
crew was not physically present
when the children’s kidnapping
took place.
Australian Foreign Minister
Julie Bishop said her ministry
has been in contact with
Channel Nine.
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spieth picks up where he
left off at Augusta National
Contributed photo
BrADLEy CENTrAL BEArs WrEsTLEr T.J. Hicks, right, took
second place in the 113-pound weight class at the prestigious
NHSCA Junior Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va. With Hicks is Bears
head coach Ben Smith.
Bradley’s Hicks battles to
second-place finish at the
NHSCA Junior Nationals
From STAFF REPORTS
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A
mere five days after earning AllAmerican honors at the
FloNationals wrestling tournament, Bradley Central’s T.J.
Hicks took second place in the
113-pound weight class at the
prestigious NHSCA Junior
Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va.
“This is a big deal in the
wrestling world. This tournament
is no joke, said Bears coach Ben
Smith. “All this just five days
after finishing as an All-American
in the prestigious Flo-Nationals.
That’s a tough nine days of topnotch competition.”
Hicks finished his NHSCA
tournament with a 5-1 record. By
advancing to the championship
finals, he became one of only a
handful of Tennessee wrestlers to
ever wrestle for the National
Championship. Hicks came up
See HICKS, Page 13
Flames hire Smith
as new hoops coach
Smith came to Sewanee after
spending eight years at perennial
Lee University has chosen a Division III power Hampdennew leader for its men’s basket- Sydney College in Virginia, the
ball program, and introduced last five as the head coach.
him at a press conference this
During his three years as an
morning.
assistant, Smith helped current
Lee President Dr. Paul Conn William & Mary University head
tweeted out Thursday
coach Tony Shaver lead
evening that Sewanee’s
the Tigers to 75 wins,
Ryan “Bubba” Smith has
two ODAC titles and
been hired to fill the
three NCAA Tournament
vacancy as the Flames’
appearances, including
head coach.
the 2003 NCAA Division
Having led the Tigers
III Final Four.
to their first postseason
As head coach at
championship
game
Hampden-Sydney,
since 2005 this past seaSmith continued the
son, as well as their first
school’s tradition of
20-win campaign since
excellence, leading the
smith
1997-98, Smith has
Tigers to a 94-46 (.671)
directed the University
record, including two
of the South NCAA Division III ODAC championships and two
program for the past eight years. berths in the NCAA Tournament.
At 20-8, Sewanee advanced to In Smith’s first season as a head
the
Southern
Athletic coach, he became the only rookie
Association title game this sea- coach to ever lead his team to a
son, where its campaign came to No. 1 national ranking, ODAC
a close against Birminghan championship, and NCAA tourSouthern.
nament appearance with a 25-5
The SAA Coach of the Year in record. Overall, Smith’s 94 wins
both 2013 and 2015, Smith are the most ever for a
turned the Tiger program around Hampden-Sydney
basketball
from a 20-56 record his first coach through his first five seathree seasons on Monteagle sons.
Mountain to 79-53 the past five
Originally from upper Middle
campaigns. Since the start of the Tennessee, Smith is a 1995 grad2011-12 season, Sewanee is 306 on its home court.
See SMITH, Page 13
From Staff Reports
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) —
Jordan Spieth is off to another
great start in the Masters
because of the way he finished.
His two biggest rivals were
left behind because they couldn’t.
Spieth capped off the only
bogey-free round in the wicked
wind at Augusta National by
making a 15-foot par putt on
the 16th hole and hitting an 8iron into 6 feet for birdie on the
final hole for a 6-under 66 and
a two-shot lead, the first step
in his bid to win another green
jacket.
Jason Day couldn’t keep
pace. On the verge of tying for
the lead late in the round
Thursday, Day dropped five
shots in three holes and had to
settle for a 72. Rory McIlroy
pulled to within two shots of
the lead until he made two
bogeys over the last three
holes.
When a day of big wind, big
numbers and far too many
putts for Ernie Els was finally
over, it felt as though nothing
had changed from last year.
Spieth is the man to beat at
the Masters.
He was atop the leaderboard
for the fifth straight round, and
he has had at least a share of
the lead in six of the last seven
rounds at the Masters. One
more and he matches the
longest streak since Arnold
Palmer in 1960 and the opening two rounds of 1961.
And just like last year, now
it’s time for the rest of the field
to try to catch him.
“We’re through one round,”
Spieth said. “There’s going to
be a lot of different changes.
There are going to be a lot of
different birdies, bogeys and
everything in between. We
know how to win this golf tournament, and we believe in our
process. And if the putts are
dropping, then hopefully it
goes our way.”
He had a two-shot lead over
Danny Lee and Shane Lowry.
Three shots behind was a
group that included Sergio
Garcia, Justin Rose and Paul
Casey.
Still in the mix were Day and
McIlroy, though both gave up a
AP photo
JorDAN sPiETH acknowledges the gallery after a birdie on the 13th hole, during the first round
of the Masters in Augusta, Ga., Thursday.
lot of ground in a short amount
of time.
Day’s troubles began when
he three-putted for bogey on
the par-5 15th, pulled his tee
shot into the water on the par3 16th for a triple bogey and
record the last year at Rhea
County was 27 -2.
Williams said he is eager to
join the rich tradition of
Cleveland High School and its
basketball program. He has
watched former CHS coaches
build the legacy of the girls basketball program and can’t wait
for the possibilities. He stated,
“What has happened in the past
will drive where we would like to
go in the future. Having known
and coached against Jason
McCowan, CHS head boys basketball coach, and Amy
McGowan, CMS head girls basketball coach, should make for a
smooth transition into the program. I look forward to working
with both of these coaches.”
Williams played high school
basketball in Lenoir City; the
tournament if I can, and be
patient with myself, and hopefully I’m there by Sunday,” Day
said. “But it’s a major championship. Things happen. And
See SPIETH, Page 13
Watson stays within range of cut
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Tom Watson walked up to
his tee shot on the 18th fairway, sized up his
approach, reached into his bag and pulled the
cover off his 3-wood.
That, golf fans, is why Watson is saying goodbye
to the Masters after this week.
“I had 205 yards to the front of the green, and
they’re 60 yards ahead of me on the hill,” Watson
said of the others in his threesome, Lee Westwood
and Charley Hoffman. “And ... Westwood’s caddie
said there are people who hit it 40 yards past Lee
on that hill. It’s a game of length. I used to play it
when I was a kid.”
The 66-year-old, two-time winner of the green
jacket made bogey on No. 18 to close out a windblown opening-round 2-over 74 on Thursday. He
finished the day tied for 43rd and still well within
range of making the top 50 after Friday. If he does,
he’ll hit the goal he set this week: to become the
oldest player to make the cut at Augusta National.
“Seventy-four is not bad for old folks,” Watson
said.
It would’ve been 73 had his ball not moved on
the seventh green, a split second after he
addressed the near-gimme 2-footer with his putter.
Watson said he caused the ball to move. That’s a
one-shot penalty.
About an hour earlier, he hit out of a fairway
bunker on No. 3 and snaked in a curving 45-footer
for his first and only birdie of the round. Teeing off
among the early wave of players, that put “T.
Watson” on the leaderboard for a bit.
A blast from the past.
But Watson knows Augusta National is neither
the Augusta National of his youth — nor is it
Turnberry, where he shocked golf seven years ago
and almost won the British Open at 59.
Turnberry is the shortish, links-style course
where, for 71 holes, Watson made anything seem
AP photo
possible in 2009 before making bogey on the 72nd
Tom
WATsoN
walks
with
Lee
and falling to Stewart Cink in a heartbreaking playWestwood, right, on the first fairoff.
See WATSON, Page 13
Cleveland hires girls’ basketball coach
Cleveland City Schools and
Cleveland High School Principal
Autumn O’Bryan said they are
pleased to announce the selection of Tony Williams as the
CHS girls varsity basketball
coach. Williams comes from
East Hamilton High School,
where he also served as head
coach.
O’Bryan stated, “We are excited for Coach Williams to join
our staff. He is a committed and
energetic coach who will bring a
passion for basketball and for
Cleveland High School. We look
forward to the future of Lady
Raider Basketball.”
Before joining the East
Hamilton program, Williams
was the girls basketball coach at
Rhea County Middle School in
Evensville for three years. His
then sailed the green on the
17th and dropped another
shot. When he finished, he was
six behind the defending
champion.
“I’ve just got to slowly try to
inch my way back into this
Panthers reached the sub-state
his senior year. During his college career, he played at Roane
State Community College and
Tennessee Wesleyan College.
During his senior year at TWC,
the Bulldogs made an appearance at the NAIA national tournament.
His first head coaching job
was at Newbern Junior High in
Dyer County. He was an assistant boys and girls coach at
Dyer County with two boys state
tournament berths in 2000 and
2001. Williams took over the
boys basketball program at
Contributed photo
Lenoir City in 2004-05. He
CLEVELAND HigH School
coached the Rhea County
Golden Eagles from 2007-12. announced Friday afternoon that
That same year he founded the Tony Williams has been hired as
See CLEVELAND, Page 13
way during the first round of the
2016 Masters.
Volunteers move practice
indoors to work in full pads
From UT SPORTS INFORMATION
KNOXVILLE — Practice moved
indoors on Thursday as Tennessee
completed its 11th workout of the
spring season.
Team 120 went to work in full
pads, practicing for roughly two
hours on the turf field inside the
Anderson Training Center. The
Vols will take Friday off before culminating their fourth week of
spring drills with a Saturday practice at Neyland Stadium. It will be
UT’s final workout inside Neyland
before welcoming Vol Nation to the
iconic venue next Saturday for the
Orange & White Game.
The Orange & White Game on
April 16 at 2 p.m. ET marks the
head coach of the girls varsity culmination of Tennessee’s spring
season. Admission to the Orange
basketball team.
& White Game is free to the public,
but it will also be televised nationally on the SEC Network.
With the departure of Kyler
Kerbyson at left tackle, the Vols
have been looking for someone to
step in and protect Joshua Dobbs’
blind side. WithChance Hall out
for the spring, redshirt freshman
Drew Richmond has gained an
opportunity at the left tackle spot.
Offensive
coordinator
Mike
DeBord talked on Thursday about
Richmond’s improvement this
spring.
“He’s working on (both the mental and) the physical part. He has
displayed times when he has been
very physical and all that, and I
think the times when he hasn’t,
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SCOREBOARD
Raiders, Mustangs now 2-0 in district play
From Staff Reports
ATHENS — Since starting out
District 5-AAA play this week,
Both Cleveland and Walker Valley
have gotten off to great starts.
Following Thursday’s games,
the Raiders and the Mustangs are
both 2-0 in the district.
Cleveland (6-2-2, 2-0) traveled
to McMinn County (2-4, 1-1),
where it defeated the Cherokees
2-1.
Graham Hammond scored both
goals, with assists from Tommy
Marino and Luis Martinez.
Hammond scored his first goal
in the first half, to give the
Raiders a 1-0 lead at the half. His
second goal came in the second
half.
The Tribe scored their lone goal
of the night in the second half.
Cleveland continues district
play next week, traveling to East
Hamilton on Tuesday and then
hosting Bradley Central at 6 p.m.
on Thursday.
MUSTANGS 1
HURRICANES 0
COLLEGEDALE — One goal
proved enough for a Walker Valley
win Thursday night over East
Hamilton.
After playing through the initial
40 minutes and going into the
half with both teams scoreless,
the Mustangs (5-1, 2-0) got the
go-ahead goal in the second half
to defeat the Hurricanes (0-7-1, 02) 1-0.
Lady Raiders fall to Lady Trojans
From Staff Reports
SODDY-DAISY — The
Cleveland Lady Raiders hit the
road for a District 5-AAA meeting
with Soddy-Daisy on Thursday
evening.
The Lady Trojans proved too
much for the Lady Raiders to
handle in what turned into a 101 loss.
Cleveland scored their lone run
in the top of the third inning,
with senior Allison Botts driving
in a runner on a single.
Cleveland junior Lauren Lee
and sophomore M.E. Hentz also
had singles in the game and sen-
On AIR
Sports on tV
friday, April 8
AUtO RACInG
2:30 p.m.
FS1 — NASCAR, Sprint Cup Series, Duck Commander
500, qualifying, at Fort Worth, Texas
4:30 p.m.
FS1 — NASCAR, Xfinity Series, O'Reilly Auto Parts 300,
qualifying, at Fort Worth, Texas
6:30 p.m.
FS1 — NASCAR, Sprint Cup Series, Duck Commander
500, final practice, at Fort Worth, Texas
8:30 p.m.
FS1 — NASCAR, Xfinity Series, O'Reilly Auto Parts 300, at
Fort Worth, Texas
COLLEGE BASKEtBALL
8 p.m.
ESPN2 — The College Basketball Awards Show, at Los
Angeles
GOLf
3 p.m.
ESPN — The Masters, second round, at Augusta, Ga.
11:35 p.m.
CBS — The Masters, second round highlights show, at
Augusta, Ga.
MLB BASEBALL
1 p.m.
MLB — Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets
7 p.m.
MLB — Boston at Toronto or Tampa Bay at Baltimore
nBA BASKEtBALL
8:30 p.m.
NBA — Memphis at Dallas
SOCCER
2:20 p.m.
FS2 — Bundesliga, Hannover 96 at Hertha BSC Berlin
tEnnIS
1 p.m.
ESPN2 — WTA Tour, Volvo Cars Open, quarterfinals, at
Charleston, S.C.
Saturday, April 9
AREnA fOOtBALL
11 p.m.
ESPN2 — Arizona at Los Angeles
AUtO RACInG
7:30 p.m.
FOX — NASCAR, Sprint Cup Series, Duck Commander
500, at Fort Worth, Texas
BOXInG
5 p.m.
SHO — Premier Champions, Charles Martin vs. Anthony
Joshua, 12, for Martin's IBF heavyweight title; Lee Selby vs.
Eric Hunter, for Selby's IBF featherweight title, at London
COLLEGE HOCKEY
8 p.m.
ESPN2 — NCAA Tournament, championship, Boston
College-Quinnipiac winner vs. Denver-North Dakota winner,
at Tampa, Fla.
GOLf
3 p.m.
CBS — The Masters, third round, at Augusta, Ga.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKEtBALL
3 p.m.
ESPN2 — Nike Hoop Summit, at Portland, Ore.
HORSE RACInG
5:30 p.m.
NBCSN — Thoroughbreds, Wood Memorial, at New York;
and Bluegrass Stakes, at Lexington, Ky.
MLB BASEBALL
1 p.m.
MLB — N.Y. Yankees at Detroit or Boston at Toronto
4 p.m.
FS1 — L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco
7 p.m.
MLB — Philadelphia at N.Y. Yankees or Houston at
Milwaukee
10 p.m.
MLB — Texas at L.A. Angels or Oakland at Seattle
MOtOR SPORtS
7 p.m.
FS1 — AMA Monster Energy Supercross, at Indianapolis
nBA BASKEtBALL
8:30 p.m.
ABC — Cleveland at Chicago
nHL HOCKEY
3 p.m.
NBC — Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
SOCCER
7:40 a.m.
NBCSN — Premier League, Arsenal at West Ham United
9:30 a.m.
FS1 — Bundesliga, Bayern Munich at VfB Stuttgart
FS2 — Bundesliga, Borussia Mönchengladbach at
Ingolstadt 04
9:55 a.m.
NBCSN — Premier League, Chelsea at Swansea City
10 a.m.
USA — Premier League, match TBA
12:30 p.m.
FOX — Bundesliga, F.S.V. Mainz at VfL Wolfsburg
NBC — Premier League, West Bromwich Albion at
Manchester City
tEnnIS
1 p.m.
ESPN2 — WTA Tour, Volvo Cars Open, first semifinal, at
Charleston, S.C.
On tAP
friday, April 8
BASEBALL
Motlow State at Cleveland State, 2
Polk County at Loudon, 6
SOftBALL
Motlow State at Cleveland State (DH), 2
Bradley Central at Silverdale, 5
Loudon at Polk County, 5:30
Kingston at Cleveland, 5:30
Saturday, April 9
BASEBALL
Motlow State at Cleveland State (DH), 12
Bradley Central (9) at East Hamilton, 1
Lee University at Union University (DH), 2
at franklin County H.S.
Bradley Central vs. St. Mary’s (Ky.), 12:30
Bradley Central vs. Baylor, 3
SOftBALL
Rhea County at Bradley Central (DH), 10 a.m.
Motlow State at Cleveland State (DH), 12
Lee University at Union University (DH), 2 tRACK And fIELd
Optimist Southeastern Invitational
Sunday, April 10
BASEBALL
Lee University at Union University, 2
SOftBALL
Lee University at Union University, 1
BASKEtBALL
national Basketball Association
EAStERn COnfEREnCE
Atlantic division
W
L
Pct
y-Toronto
52
26
.667
x-Boston
46
32
.590
New York
31
48
.392
Brooklyn
21
57
.269
Philadelphia
10
68
.128
GB
—
6
21½
31
42
ior Teliyah Cobb hit a double.
Soddy-Daisy scored two runs
in the first inning and was held
scoreless in the second and third
innings.
A big inning in the bottom of
the fourth saw the Lady Trojans
score seven runs to take a 9-1
lead over the Lady Raiders.
Soddy’s final run was scored in
the bottom of the sixth.
GAME SUMMARY
Cleveland
001 000 0 — 1 5 2
Soddy-Daisy 200 701 x — 10 13 2
WP: Shona Penny (8-0) 8 K’s. LP: M.E. Hentz.
2B: Teliyah Cobb (C); Brianna Britton, Haley
Harvey (SD). Highlights: Allison Botts RBI (C);
Harvey 3 RBIs; Macy Bryant 2-3, 2 RBIs; Alexis
Trimiar 2-4 (SD). Southeast division
W
L
47
32
46
32
45
33
38
40
33
45
Central division
W
L
y-Cleveland
56
23
Indiana
42
36
Detroit
42
37
Chicago
39
40
Milwaukee
32
46
WEStERn COnfEREnCE
Southwest division
W
L
y-San Antonio
65
13
x-Memphis
42
36
Dallas
40
38
Houston
38
41
New Orleans
29
49
northwest division
W
L
y-Oklahoma City
54
25
x-Portland
43
37
Utah
39
39
Denver
32
47
Minnesota
27
52
Pacific division
W
L
y-Golden State
70
9
x-L.A. Clippers
50
28
Sacramento
31
48
Phoenix
21
58
L.A. Lakers
16
62
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
thursday’s Games
Phoenix 124, Houston 115
Miami 106, Chicago 98
Atlanta 95, Toronto 87
Minnesota 105, Sacramento 97
Golden State 112, San Antonio 101
friday’s Games
New York at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Miami at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Brooklyn at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Indiana at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
Milwaukee at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Memphis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Denver, 9 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Utah, 9 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Phoenix at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Boston at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Golden State at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Cleveland at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Sacramento, 10:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
x-Atlanta
x-Miami
x-Charlotte
Washington
Orlando
Pct
.595
.590
.577
.487
.423
GB
—
½
1½
8½
13½
Pct
.709
.538
.532
.494
.410
GB
—
13½
14
17
23½
Pct
.833
.538
.513
.481
.372
GB
—
23
25
27½
36
Pct
.684
.538
.500
.405
.342
GB
—
11½
14½
22
27
Pct
.886
.641
.392
.266
.205
GB
—
19½
39
49
53½
BASEBALL
national League
East division
W
L
Pct
GB
Washington
2
1
.667
—
New York
1
1
.500
½
Miami
1
2
.333
1
Atlanta
0
2
.000
1½
Philadelphia
0
3
.000
2
Central division
W
L
Pct
GB
Chicago
3
0
1.000
—
Cincinnati
3
0
1.000
—
Pittsburgh
3
0
1.000
—
Milwaukee
1
2
.333
2
St. Louis
0
3
.000
3
West division
W
L
Pct
GB
Los Angeles
3
1
.750
—
San Francisco
3
1
.750
—
Colorado
2
1
.667
½
Arizona
1
3
.250
2
San Diego
0
3
.000
2½
Wednesday’s Games
Milwaukee 4, San Francisco 3
Colorado 4, Arizona 3
Detroit 7, Miami 3
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 2
Washington 3, Atlanta 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, San Diego 0
thursday’s Games
Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia 6
Miami 6, Washington 4
San Francisco 12, L.A. Dodgers 6
Chicago Cubs 14, Arizona 6
friday’s Games
Philadelphia (Eickhoff 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (deGrom 0-0), 1:10
p.m.
San Diego (Rea 0-0) at Colorado (Lyles 0-0), 4:10 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Liriano 1-0) at Cincinnati (Simon 0-0), 7:10 p.m.
St. Louis (J.Garcia 0-0) at Atlanta (Wisler 0-0), 7:35 p.m.
Houston (Feldman 0-0) at Milwaukee (Anderson 0-0), 8:10
p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Hammel 0-0) at Arizona (Ray 0-0), 9:40 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Stripling 0-0) at San Francisco (M.Cain 0-0),
10:15 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Pittsburgh (Cole 0-0) at Cincinnati (R.Iglesias 0-0), 1:10
p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 1-0) at San Francisco (Bumgarner
1-0), 4:05 p.m.
Miami (Koehler 0-0) at Washington (J.Ross 0-0), 4:05 p.m.
Houston (Fister 0-0) at Milwaukee (W.Peralta 0-1), 7:10 p.m.
Philadelphia (Velasquez 0-0) at N.Y. Mets (Colon 0-0), 7:10
p.m.
St. Louis (C.Martinez 0-0) at Atlanta (Teheran 0-0), 7:10
p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Hendricks 0-0) at Arizona (Greinke 0-1),
8:10 p.m.
San Diego (Pomeranz 0-0) at Colorado (J.De La Rosa 0-0),
8:10 p.m.
American League
East division
W
L
Pct
GB
Baltimore
3
0
1.000
—
New York
2
1
.667
1
Tampa Bay
2
2
.500
1½
Toronto
2
2
.500
1½
Boston
1
1
.500
1½
Central division
W
L
Pct
GB
Detroit
2
0
1.000
—
Chicago
3
1
.750
—
Cleveland
1
1
.500
1
Kansas City
1
1
.500
1
Minnesota
0
3
.000
2½
West division
W
L
Pct
GB
Seattle
2
1
.667
—
Houston
1
2
.333
1
Los Angeles
1
2
.333
1
Oakland
1
3
.250
1½
Texas
1
3
.250
1½
Wednesday’s Games
Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 3
Seattle 9, Texas 5
Detroit 7, Miami 3
Cleveland 7, Boston 6
N.Y. Yankees 16, Houston 6
Andrew Hannah, with the
assist from David CamachoOrdaz, scored the only goal of the
night 13 minutes into the second
half.
“We showed great determination tonight. The conditions were
sloppy and we got off to a slow
start but we kept working harder
and harder as the game progressed. We finally got the goal in
the second half,” Walker Valley
coach Tom Bayliss commented.
“One goal was good enough
tonight. The defense stayed solid
and got the fourth shutout of the
season. I am proud of the whole
team.”
The Mustangs host Ooltewah
Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 2
Oakland 2, Chicago White Sox 1
thursday’s Games
Chicago White Sox 6, Oakland 1
N.Y. Yankees 8, Houston 5
Boston at Cleveland, ppd., rain
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 2
L.A. Angels 4, Texas 3
friday’s Games
N.Y. Yankees (Severino 0-0) at Detroit (Zimmermann 0-0),
1:08 p.m.
Cleveland (Salazar 0-0) at Chicago White Sox (Danks 0-0),
4:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Archer 0-1) at Baltimore (Tillman 0-0), 7:05
p.m.
Boston (Kelly 0-0) at Toronto (Stroman 1-0), 7:07 p.m.
Houston (Feldman 0-0) at Milwaukee (Anderson 0-0), 8:10
p.m.
Minnesota (E.Santana 0-0) at Kansas City (Ventura 0-0),
8:15 p.m.
Texas (Griffin 0-0) at L.A. Angels (Shoemaker 0-0), 10:05
p.m.
Oakland (Surkamp 0-0) at Seattle (T.Walker 0-0), 10:10 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
Boston (Porcello 0-0) at Toronto (Dickey 1-0), 1:07 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 0-0) at Detroit (Pelfrey 0-0), 1:08
p.m.
Cleveland (Anderson 0-0) at Chicago White Sox (Sale 1-0),
2:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Smyly 0-1) at Baltimore (M.Wright 0-0), 7:05
p.m.
Houston (Fister 0-0) at Milwaukee (W.Peralta 0-1), 7:10 p.m.
Minnesota (Milone 0-0) at Kansas City (Kennedy 0-0), 7:15
p.m.
Texas (Hamels 1-0) at L.A. Angels (Richards 0-1), 9:05 p.m.
Oakland (R.Hill 0-1) at Seattle (Karns 0-0), 9:10 p.m.
GOLf
Masters Par Scores
thursday
At Augusta national Golf Club
Augusta, Ga.
Purse: tBA (Last year: $10 million)
Yardage: 7,435; Par: 72 (36-36)
first Round
a-denotes amateur
Jordan Spieth
33-33—66
Danny Lee
35-33—68
Shane Lowry
31-37—68
Paul Casey
34-35—69
Justin Rose
34-35—69
Ian Poulter
34-35—69
Soren Kjeldsen
37-32—69
Sergio Garcia
37-32—69
Billy Horschel
36-34—70
Scott Piercy
33-37—70
Danny Willett
34-36—70
Rory McIlroy
34-36—70
Kevin Streelman
37-34—71
Charley Hoffman
36-35—71
Lee Westwood
35-36—71
Emiliano Grillo
36-35—71
Hideki Matsuyama
34-37—71
Matthew Fitzpatrick
35-36—71
Brandt Snedeker
33-38—71
Jimmy Walker
34-37—71
Thongchai Jaidee
35-37—72
Chris Wood
36-36—72
Zach Johnson
35-37—72
Louis Oosthuizen
35-37—72
a-Bryson DeChambeau
35-37—72
Kevin Na
36-36—72
Phil Mickelson
36-36—72
Henrik Stenson
35-37—72
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
40-32—72
Bernhard Langer
37-35—72
Jason Day
31-41—72
Graeme McDowell
37-35—72
J.B. Holmes
37-35—72
Victor Dubuisson
35-38—73
Bernd Wiesberger
34-39—73
Dustin Johnson
34-39—73
Daniel Berger
33-40—73
Brooks Koepka
35-38—73
Davis Love III
37-36—73
Smylie Kaufman
37-36—73
Hunter Mahan
36-37—73
Angel Cabrera
36-37—73
Vaughn Taylor
37-37—74
Tom Watson
36-38—74
Harris English
37-37—74
Marc Leishman
37-37—74
Jamie Donaldson
37-37—74
Cameron Smith
38-36—74
Troy Merritt
37-37—74
Keegan Bradley
36-38—74
Rafa Cabrera-Bello
37-37—74
a-Romain Langasque
36-38—74
Martin Kaymer
36-38—74
Jim Herman
37-38—75
Branden Grace
36-39—75
Bubba Watson
34-41—75
Matt Kuchar
37-38—75
Bill Haas
39-36—75
a-Derek Bard
37-39—76
Larry Mize
37-39—76
Sandy Lyle
39-37—76
Jason Dufner
38-38—76
Patrick Reed
39-37—76
Justin Thomas
38-38—76
Chris Kirk
38-38—76
Adam Scott
38-38—76
Mike Weir
37-39—76
Darren Clarke
37-39—76
Charl Schwartzel
36-40—76
Anirban Lahiri
36-40—76
Trevor Immelman
37-40—77
Webb Simpson
39-38—77
Kevin Kisner
36-41—77
Byeong-Hun An
40-37—77
Mark O’Meara
39-38—77
Fabian Gomez
37-40—77
Steven Bowditch
39-40—79
a-Cheng Jin
39-40—79
David Lingmerth
36-43—79
Russell Knox
37-42—79
Rickie Fowler
36-44—80
Vijay Singh
39-41—80
Andy Sullivan
41-39—80
Ernie Els
41-39—80
Ryan Moore
39-41—80
Robert Streb
40-41—81
a-Sammy Schmitz
36-45—81
Ian Woosnam
40-42—82
a-Paul Chaplet
42-41—83
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HOCKEY
national Hockey League
EAStERn COnfEREnCE
Atlantic division
GP W
L
OT Pts GF GA
y-Florida
81 46 26
9 101 234 201
x-Tampa Bay
81 46 30
5 97 225 196
Detroit
81 41 29 11 93 209 221
Boston
81 42 30
9 93 239 224
Ottawa
81 37 35
9 83 230 246
Montreal
81 37 38
6 80 216 234
Buffalo
80 34 35 11 79 196 215
Toronto
81 29 41 11 69 197 241
Metropolitan division
GP W
L
OT Pts GF GA
z-Washington
80 55 17
8 118 247 190
x-Pittsburgh
81 48 25
8 104 244 200
x-N.Y. Islanders 80 45 26
9 99 227 207
x-N.Y. Rangers
81 45 27
9 99 233 215
Philadelphia
80 39 27 14 92 206 215
Carolina
81 35 30 16 86 196 221
New Jersey
81 37 36
8 82 179 207
Columbus
80 32 40
8 72 210 247
WEStERn COnfEREnCE
Central division
GP W
L
OT Pts GF GA
x-Dallas
81 49 23
9 107 264 228
x-St. Louis
81 49 23
9 107 223 196
x-Chicago
81 47 26
8 102 231 204
x-Nashville
81 41 26 14 96 226 212
x-Minnesota
81 38 32 11 87 215 204
Colorado
81 39 38
4 82 213 235
Winnipeg
81 34 39
8 76 211 236
Pacific division
GP W
L
OT Pts GF GA
x-Los Angeles
81 48 28
5 101 222 191
x-Anaheim
80 44 25 11 99 211 189
x-San Jose
81 45 30
6 96 240 210
Arizona
81 35 38
8 78 209 244
Calgary
81 34 40
7 75 229 259
Vancouver
81 30 38 13 73 187 240
Edmonton
81 31 43
7 69 200 241
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss.
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
z-clinched conference
Wednesday’s Games
Columbus 5, Toronto 1
Edmonton 6, Vancouver 2
Detroit 3, Philadelphia 0
AP photo
ARIzOnA COYOtES dEfEnSEMAn Connor Murphy (5) pokes the puck away from Nashville
Predators forward Viktor Arvidsson (38) in the second period Thursday, in Nashville. Roman Josi scores in OT,
Preds rally to beat Coyotes
NASHVILLE (AP) — The
Nashville Predators had nothing
to gain or lose in their final home
game of the regular season. They
went ahead and turned in an
amazing comeback anyway.
Roman Josi scored 20 seconds
into overtime, and the Predators
pulled out a 3-2 victory over the
Arizona Coyotes on Thursday
night.
“It was a really good comeback, but I thought it was a
strong 60 minutes,” Nashville
coach Peter Laviolette.
Arizona goalie Mike Smith
appeared headed toward his
fourth shutout this season,
making save after save with the
Coyotes up 2-0. Then Connor
Murphy went to the penalty box
for elbowing at 7:13 of the third.
Nashville needed only 13 seconds before captain Shea Weber
scored his 20th goal this season
from the left circle, and Filip
Forsberg tied the franchiserecord with his 33rd goal with
18.3 seconds left to force overtime. The puck had barely
dropped when Josi scored quickly with a wrister past Smith.
“It’s pretty cool, but right now
I’m just really happy about the
win,” Forsberg said.
Josi credited James Neal with
backing up the Coyotes’ defense
and dropping the puck to him.
“I saw their forward didn’t
have a lot of speed, so I just
decided to go outside and luckily
I got it through,” Josi said.
Josi and Forsberg also had an
assist apiece, and Ryan
Johansen had two goals.
Antoine Vermette and Shane
Doan scored for Arizona, and
Oliver Ekman-Larsson had two
assists. The Coyotes have lost
three straight overall and 15 of
their last 17 on the road.
Arizona coach Dave Tippett
credited Smith’s 31 saves for
putting the Coyotes in position
to win.
“We took a bad penalty in the
third period with a 2-0 lead, gave
up the first one and couldn’t get
it killed the last minute,” Tippett
said. “We had a couple of
chances to get the puck down
the ice and didn’t execute very
well in the empty net and ends
up in the back of our net.”
Nashville already has the first
wild-card berth secured in the
Western Conference. The
Predators finished their home
schedule winning two straight
and will wrap up the regular season Saturday night at Dallas.
The Coyotes had been
outscored 11-4 in losing the first
two of their four-game trip to
end the season. They appeared
ready to end their road skid until
the Predators’ furious finish.
They went up 1-0 when Vermette
tipped in a shot from Zbynek
Michalek at 6:26.
Doan gave the Coyotes a 2-0
lead with his team-leading 28th
goal this season midway through
the second. Brad Richardson
found Doan in the left circle with
a cross-ice pass, and the 39year-old Doan scored on a slap
shot.
Smith kept making save after
save with his best stretch coming late in the second. Forsberg
got a pass up the left boards and
had a breakaway on Smith only
to see the goalie stop both his
See PREDS, Page 13
Lady Wildcats swamp Greenback,
snag 100th win for Coach Triplett
From Staff Reports
BENTON — The Polk County Lady Wildcats
made sure that coach Bill Triplett’s 100th win
was achieved in style Thursday evening.
Polk (11-5) defeated Greenback 12-0 in just
four innings.
“It was a good win where everyone got to play,”
Triplett said. “We were fortunate it didn’t rain.”
Triplett has seen much success with the Lady
Wildcats since taking over as head coach in
2012. Despite that success, the humble coach
was quick to downplay his role in the 100th win.
“This is not just about myself, the key to getting that many wins comes from having good
players and good assistant coaches (Katie
Triplett and Jason Adams),” Triplett declared. “If
I didn’t have good kids, on and off the field, I
wouldn’t stay — I’d be off hunting turkeys.”
Making the evening even more special was the
fact that Greenback is coached by one of
Triplett’s former baseball players, Bryan Powers.
The Lady Wildcats started out the game with a
big inning, scoring 10 runs in the bottom of the
first. Their final two runs came in the bottom of
the third.
The run-rule was effectively enacted following
another scoreless inning by Greenback in the top
of the fourth.
Aubrie Bowman was 2-2 with a home run and
triple for two RBIs. Shyanne Gray went 1-3 with
a double and Makayla Maynard was 1-2 with an
RBI.
Tonight the Lady Wildcats get back into
District 5-AA action with a 5:30 game against
Loudon. Currently 3-0 in the district, Polk
County is looking to keep that blemish-free
record.
“They have good pitching, but I certainly think
we can win,” the coach said. “We will have to execute on both sides of the ball to be successful.”
GAME SUMMARY
Greenback 000 0— 0 10 2
Polk County (10)02 x— 12 6 0
WP: Camyrn Winters (1-0). LP: Theswarth. HR: Aubrie Bowman (PC). 3B:
Bowman (PC). 2B. Shyanne Gray (PC). Highlights: Aubrie Bowman 2-2, 2
RBIs; Makayla Maynard 1-2 RBI; Gray 1-3 (PC). Records: Polk County 11-5.
Bears pound Chattanooga Central
From Staff Reports
HARRISON — A six-run
explosion in the fifth inning
propelled Bradley Central to its
15th win of the baseball season
Thursday evening at
Chattanooga Central.
Jumping out to an early lead,
the Bears blew open a one-run
game with the big inning on
their way to an 11-4 victory
over the Purple Pounders.
Bradley (15-4) will travel
across Monteagle Mountain in
the morning for a pair of games
at Franklin County High
School, taking on St. Mary’s
out of Kentucky at 12:30,
before squaring off against
Baylor at 3.
Junior Cason Still opened
Thursday’s game by beating
out an infield single and later
scored on a Chattanooga
Central error.
The Pounders answered with
a run in their half of the frame,
but Bradley tacked on two more
scores in the top of the second.
Senior Hunter James laced a
one-out single before Still
ripped a double to left field to
plate a run. After moving to
third on a hit by Lee University
signee Tyler Carpenter, Still
came home on an error.
The hosts were able to cut
the lead in half with a solo run
in the bottom of the third
before the Bears put the game
out of reach in the fifth.
A one-out error before a double off the bat of senior
Brandon Thompson put a pair
of runners in scoring position
before an intentional walk to
freshman Cole Reyher filled the
sacks.
Senior Gunnar Norwood also
drew a free pass to plate courtesy runner Briar Lee with the
first run, before Still drove in
another run with a single.
After Caileb Reed reached on
an error to reload the bases,
Carpenter drew a free pass to
push across another run. The
final score came on a single by
freshman Dylan Standifer.
Chattanooga Central was
able to score a pair of runs in
the bottom of the sixth, but the
visitors answered with two
more of their own in the top of
the seventh.
Sophomore Pete Williams
walked to open the final rally
and moved up on a single by
Carpenter. Williams eventually
scored on a balk that moved
Carpenter to third, where he
scored on a sacrifice fly by
Standifer.
Still went 3-for-5 in the contest with a trio of RBIs, while
Carpenter and Norwood both
finished with a couple of hits
and drew a walk. Standifer had
a single and a free pass to plate
a pair of teammates. Bradley
left a dozen runners on base in
the contest. Sophomore Andy Bunch and
senior Charlie Hammonds
teamed up to handle the
mound duty for the Bears. Bunch hurled the first five
innings for the victory, striking
out a half dozen and not issuing a free pass, while scattering
five hits and not allowing an
earned run.
Hammonds fired the final
two frames, recording a trio of
K’s, walking one and allowing
two hits.
GAME SUMMARY
Bradley Central 120 060 2 — 11 13
4
Chattanooga Central 101 002 0 — 4 7 4
WP: Andy Bunch (1-0) 5.0 IP, 6 K’s, 0 BB, 5 hits,
0 ER; LP: Waters 4.1 IP, 1 K, 5 BB, 7 hits, 1 ER.
2B: Brandon Thompson, Cason Still (BC);
Bingham (CC). RBIs: Still 3, Dylan Standifer 2,
Gunnar Norwood, Kylar Lynn. (BC); Waters,
Reels, Smith (CC). Bear Highlights: Still 3-5, 3
RBIs, 2B, 3 runs; Carpenter 2-4, BB, run;
Norwood 2-3, BB, RBI (BC). LOB: BC 12; CC 5.
Records: Bradley Central 15-4; Chattanooga
Central 9-11.
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Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016—13
Big debacle for Big Easy: A
6-putt 9 to start the Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Ernie
Els was 2 feet from a par to start
the Masters.
Twenty-four measly inches.
Then, the unimaginable happened.
One miss. And another. And
another. And another. And
another.
Finally, on his sixth putt — a
one-handed swat that showed
his total disgust — Els finished
off a quintuple-bogey 9 that
essentially ruined any hope of
contending for a green jacket on
the very first hole Thursday.
Talk about a hard one to take
for the Big Easy.
“I can’t explain it,” said Els,
who went on to shoot an 8-over
80 that matched his highest
score ever at Augusta National
and left him a whopping 14 shots
behind leader Jordan Spieth.
“You’re not able to do what you
normally do. It’s unexplainable.”
Els posted the worst score ever
at No. 1, a 445-yarder known as
“Tea Olive.”
No one at the Masters had ever
gone higher than 8 on the par-4
hole.
“I feel bad for Ernie,” said
Spieth, the defending Masters
champion. “It’s obviously in your
head. I’ve certainly had my
moments, everybody has, from
short range, where they just are
not confident in where they are
starting it. And on Augusta
National’s greens, with the wind
blowing, it’s a place you certainly
want to be comfortable.”
Making the whole scene downright surreal, none of the putts
appeared longer than 4 feet. Els
just kept knocking the ball back
and forth past the cup, totally
bedeviled by not only the slick,
treacherous greens at Augusta
National, but basically a meltdown in his mental approach.
He missed so many times, the
score was initially recorded as a
10 instead of a 9. It was easy to
lose count. Even Els wasn’t quite
sure how many times he putted.
“It’s the first time I’ve ever seen
anything like that,” said Jason
Day, who was playing with Els.
“You don’t want to see any player
go through something like that.
It can be sometimes career ending for guys like that if they really
are fighting it that much. I just
want Ernie to kind of get back to
what he used to do, and start
playing some good golf again and
try to get past this.”
Els’ correct score was finally
posted after he finished his
round.
Not that it was much solace to
the South African.
“I can’t get the putter to go
back,” Els said. “I’m not sure
where I go from here.”
Tom Watson, playing in the
Masters for the final time, said
Els’ putts were harder than they
might have looked, especially on
a blustery day.
“It’s probably the windiest
green on the golf course,” Watson
said.
But Els said the conditions
had nothing with it.
He three-putted from 25 feet at
No. 2. He missed a 6-footer at the
15th, an 8-footer at the 16th,
and a 4-footer at the 17th.
Finally, he closed with a threeputt from 16 feet at the final
hole, the crowd groaning one last
time in the fading sunlight.
Els’ only real highlight with the
putter was a 40-foot birdie at the
fifth.
“I can count up 15 shots I lost
out there just on the greens,” Els
moaned.
After the third putt at No. 1,
Els stared at the ball with a disbelieving hint of a smile. By the
end, he let his frustration get the
best of him, making a half-hearted flick at the ball with one hand
on the club from less than a foot
away. Naturally, it lipped out.
This one would’ve been tough
to take for a weekend duffer.
Imagine how a guy who has
won four major titles must’ve felt,
though it wasn’t the first time Els
has come down with the yips at a
major championship.
At the first hole of the 2014
British Open, he struck a spectator in the face with his opening
tee shot and was still shaken
when he got to the green. Els
missed a 1-foot putt, and then
missed again when he carelessly
tried to back-hand the ball into
the hole.
But that was only a triplebogey.
Els kept saying that he’s at a
loss to explain his putting woes.
Late Wednesday afternoon, after
most players had left the course,
he was still on the putting green
working with famed coach David
Leadbetter.
“It wouldn’t matter if I putted
Kentucky’ Ulis
says he’ll enter
the NBA draft
AP photo
ErniE Els walks off the second green during the first round of the
Masters in Augusta, Ga., Thursday.
with a stick,” Els said. “When
snakes are going off in your
brain, it’s difficult.”
The sequence was so farfetched, the high-tech shot
tracker on the Masters web site
couldn’t handle it. The system at
first showed only seven shots for
Els, went down temporarily, and
finally returned with 10 shots
logged in. Obviously, no one had
expected a professional golfer to
Watson
Spieth
From Page 11
From Page 11
Augusta, which has been Tigerproofed, supersized and otherwise
beefed up over the last two
decades, throws a wet towel on
dreams like that.
“I don’t have the tools,” said
Watson, who last year followed an
opening-round 71 with an 81 that
sent him home for the weekend. “I
don’t have the length to play this
golf course.”
With the wind behind him on
No. 14, he hit what he called a
good drive down the middle of the
fairway. But he still needed a 5iron to get to the green — a shot
that could not be gently arced to
stop on a dime when it landed.
He flew the green, and that led
to a bogey that put him over par.
Watson said that, years ago, “I
was one of the longest ones out
here. I had my advantage. That’s
one reason I played so well here at
Augusta.”
He won green jackets in 1977
and 1981 and, almost as remarkably, kept himself in the mix, yearin, year out. He finished in the top
15 for 15 straight years starting
with that first green jacket.
That helped build a following of
loyal fans, who may not be as fervent as they are in Britain, where
he’s an adopted son thanks to his
five Open titles, but who still
comes out to see him in Augusta.
“Over the last 20 years here, I’ve
seen the same people who follow
Tom every single year,” said his
wife, Hilary. “Incredible how loyal
they are.”
On every hole, especially as the
back nine progressed, warm, last-
ing waves of applause washed
over him. He doffed his cap more
than once.
On Friday, that scene will play
out again. Watson will either be
making his last competitive trip
around this grand golf course —
or will make a bit of history by
booking two tee times for the
weekend.
But winning? That’s out of the
question. Which is the other reason Watson knows it’s time to put
the clubs away at Augusta. Next
year, he’ll be here for the
Champion’s Dinner, and as a
spectator.
“These guys are competitors,”
Hilary Watson said. “I think it’s
going to be hard for him to be here
and not be playing next year. But
all good things come to an end.”
Forsberg tied Jason Arnott’s single-season goal record set in
2008-09 tipping in a shot by
Josi, and the Nashville defenseman finished off the win.
Cats Pause: Weber scored his
14th power-play goal and tied
the single-season franchise
record also held by Andy
Delmore (2002-03) and Paul
Kariya (2005-06). ... The
Predators set a single-season
franchise record with 695,828
fans this season, filling the arena
to 99.2 percent capacity.
Nashville also averaged 99.2 percent capacity in 2012-13, a lockout-shortened season. ... The
Predators also set a record with
35 sellouts this season and averaged 16,971 per game.
Preds
From Page 12
first shot and Forsberg’s attempt
off the rebound. Then Smith got
help from the crossbar on a shot
by Josi at 14:55.
Weber started the comeback
scoring on a snap shot from the
left circle at 7:13 of the third.
Volunteers
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he’s gotten in trouble with footwork. He’s really doing a good job
right now of improving upon that.
His physical play, I’m not worried
about.”
The senior safety duo of Brian
Randolph and LaDarrell McNeil
combined for 100 games played for
the Vols, with 529 tackles and 13
interceptions from 2011-15. Losing
those two to graduation, defensive
coordinator Bob Shoop has been
faced with the challenge of finding
younger, less experienced players
to step into those roles. Speaking
with the media Thursday afternoon, Coach Shoop identified three
members of Team 120 that he feels
are up to the challenge.
“The three guys that have separated themselves, in no particular
order. Todd Kelly Jr. has the most
game experience, and it shows.
He’s starting to practice a lot better, more consistently. He’s doing
everything we want. He communi-
cates. He understands the package. I think he’s starting to develop
some confidence and I think he’s
starting to grow as a player, to an
upper-level SEC player. Rashaan
[Gaulden] is so talented. I’ve
always known that about him.
We’ve had a relationship for a long,
long time. He’s fast. He can cover
people. He’s got a lot of skills of a
corner and a nickel, and he’s got
the desire to hit like a safety ...
Micah [Abernathy] is a very versatile player. We’re trying to find a
way to get Micah Abernathy on the
field. He’s played nickel in the
past. He’s played strong safety for
us this spring. He’s really excited
about that and very eager. He’s a
little bit like Rashaan. He just
needs to continue to get repetitions
in scrimmage situations and live
situations without me or Willie
(Martinez) behind him, helping
him out through that. He needs all
that he can get.”
Cleveland
From Page 11
Greenwave travel basketball
program, consisting of girls
teams in various age groups.
CHS Athletic Director Eric
Phillips added, “I am extremely
excited about this hire. Tony
brings a wealth of skills that will
help our girls basketball pro-
gram and community. His energy is exceptional and his passion for the game will help our
athletes to become the best that
they can, on and off the court. I
am certain that he will help our
very proud basketball program
to become even better.”
unfortunately, it happened at
the wrong time today.”
Right when Day was falling
apart, McIlroy holed an 18-foot
eagle putt on the 13th and
looked to be on his way in his
bid to win a green jacket and
complete the career Grand Slam.
He was within two shots of the
lead until he three-putted the
16th for bogey and missed the
18th green to the right, was
plugged in a bunker and
dropped another shot for a 70.
“If somebody had given me a
70 on the first day, I would have
taken it,” McIlroy said. “I’m a little disappointed in the way I finished.”
It could have been worse.
Bubba Watson, a two-time
champion, had a 41 on the back
nine and shot 75. He wasn’t
even low Watson — 66-year-old
Tom Watson, in his last Masters,
shot 74. Adam Scott, coming off
two victories in Florida last
month, opened with a 76.
Rickie Fowler had his worst
score ever at Augusta National
by posting an 80, with 44 of
those shots coming on the back
nine.
Spieth simply picked up
where he left off a year ago.
Never mind that he discovered
a hairline crack in his driver
during Wednesday practice and
had to find a backup for the
opening round. Or that he was
hearing questions about what
was wrong with his game from
not having seriously contended
in the last two months.
need that many strokes on one
hole, even if it was actually only
nine.
For Els, it was a far cry from
his start a year ago, when he
opened the Masters with a 5under 67 that left him only three
strokes behind eventual winner
Spieth.
There was no chance of him
shooting a 67 this time around.
Not after a six-putt.
Spieth was at Augusta
National, a course that feels like
home for the 22-year-old Texan.
“I would have signed for 2
under today and not even played
the rough, knowing the conditions that were coming up,”
Spieth said. “Just scored
extremely well, which is something I’ve been struggling with
this season. If I can kind of
straighten out things with the
iron play, hopefully we’ll be in
business. But yeah, I’m
extremely pleased with that
round today. I felt like we stole a
few.”
For all the birdies — none
longer than 12 feet — the pars
make Spieth look so tough to
beat.
He settled himself early with a
beautiful pitch across the first
green to 2 feet. He pumped his
fist with a tough pitch over the
bunker and to the upper tier on
No. 4. He gambled with a 4-iron
through a tiny gap in the trees
on the 11th and made it pay off
with another par. On 16, he kept
his card clean by ramming in a
15-foot par putt.
By the end of the day, no one
could do better.
Nine players couldn’t break
80, a group that included Els,
who took six putts from 2 feet on
the opening hole for a 9. He
played the rest of the day at 1
over.
“It wouldn’t matter if I putted
with a stick,” Els said. “When
snakes are going off in your
brain, it’s difficult.”
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — The
exodus of Kentucky players
heading to the NBA continued
on Wednesday with point
guard Tyler Ulis becoming the
third Wildcat in the past week
to announce his intention to
turn pro.
“I feel like this is my time,”
Ulis said during a news conference, adding that he plans
to sign with an agent.
Ulis was an Associated
Press first team All-American
— one of several consensus
selections for the 5-foot-9
sophomore — and the AP
Southeastern Conference’s top
player. He averaged 17.3
points, 7 assists and a teamhigh 37 minutes per game and
broke John Wall’s single-season school record for assists
with 246.
HE is a projected to be a
first-round selection in the
June 23 NBA draft.
“I’ve been dreaming about
this all my life,” Ulis said, sitting at a table with his parents
and stepparents. “Me and my
brother used to run around all
of Chicago, just playing guys
2-on-2, trying to hustle people.
It feels like yesterday, but now
we’re here. I’m very happy.”
Ulis arrived in Lexington
with projections of playing four
years for coach John Calipari
but showed hints of his playmaking skills as a backup last
season to Andrew Harrison.
The Wildcats were clearly his
team this season, and his
poise and leadership led
Calipari to call him the best
floor leader he has ever
coached.
He even joked that Ulis
helped him coach during those
rare moments on the bench.
“I still remember the comments when we signed Tyler:
‘Cal finally got himself a fouryear point guard!,’” the coach
said in a statement. “After two
years, at his size, projected as
a middle first-rounder — it’s
truly an amazing story in
itself. I’m going to miss him
dearly because now it appears
that all the coaching will fall
back on my lap.”
Ulis joins freshman backcourt mate Jamal Murray and
6-foot-11 Skal Labissiere in
the NBA draft pool. Like his
teammates, Ulis’ decision wasn’t surprising after he was
referred to as one of the
nation’s best point guards.
Ulis and Murray formed one
of the nation’s highest-scoring
backcourt tandems, combing
for almost 37 points per game.
Kentucky rode that duo all
season with Ulis either setting
up teammates, spotting up for
shots or driving to the basket
himself.
Ulis was none the worse for
wear other than shin splits
and never appeared tired
despite rarely taking a break.
Ulis’ size hasn’t impacted
his draft stock and he aims to
be the next undersized guard
to have a successful NBA
career.
“I feel like I gave my all in
every game I played,” Ulis said.
“I just always tried to leave it
out there on the floor and do
whatever I needed to do for my
team.”
Smith
From Page 11
uate of Hendersonville High
School.
He was a four-year letter winner at shooting guard for
Furman University from 199699, serving as the team captain
for the 1997-99 seasons. Smith
also lettered in baseball at
Furman in 1999. He and his
wife, Cortney, have four children:
Isaac (14), Mary Brittain (12),
Emma (9), and Izzy (7).
The Flames have been looking
for a new head coach since letting Tommy Brown go after 11
seasons back in February.
Brown took the helm at Lee in
2005 and led his team to numerous winning seasons in the
NAIA, before faltering in three
years of competition in NCAA
Division II and the Gulf South
Conference.
Since joining the GSC, Brown
and the Flames were 23-41, and
failed to make the conference
tournament in its first official
year as members of the 12-team
league (top eight teams qualify).
Brown left Lee with an overall
record of 244-108.
— Information in this story
came from the Lee and Sewanee
sports websites.
Rob David
Hicks
From Page 11
just two points shy of the national title, losing 4-2 to Esco Walker
of North Carolina in the finals in
his impressive run.
Knox Fuller, who was also
recently crowned an AllAmerican at FloNationals, competed and finished his NHSCA
tournament with a 4-2 record,
just a few matches shy of another
All-American status.
“Knox had a very impressive
body of work at the tournament
as well,” said Smith. “A 4-2
record at this tournament —
against some of the best
wrestlers in the country — is
tough to come by, to say the
least. I am very proud of both of
those guys.”
Congratulations to Walker Valley’s second
baseman Rob David for being named the
Check-Into-Cash Player of the Week.
David has a .461 batting average over the past 7
games. For the season, he has eight RBI from 11
singles and two doubles.
14—Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016
www.clevelandbanner.com
We’re polite to everyone, everything; we’re Southerners
I take a certain pride in being from
the South.
I am proud of our winding country
roads and farmhouses, the same way I
am of our eight-lane interstate highways and skyscrapers. I love our culture, our art, our food and the way we
talk.
We’re a unique bunch in lots of ways,
but I think the characteristic that sets
Southerners apart from the rest of the
world is our excessive politeness.
We strike up conversations with total
strangers in the meat department over
the high price of leg quarters. We choke
down Aunt Effie’s horrendous deviled
eggs, then ask her for the recipe.
Instead of hanging up the phone, we
even take the time to explain to telemarketers why we don’t need the
extended automobile warranty they’re
StorieS of
a world
gone mad
Barry Currin
selling.
While this is an admirable trait, it
sometimes can be a bit cumbersome.
Take the four-way stop, for instance.
We’ve all experienced this: pulling up at
the same time as someone else and
motioning at each other to go through
the intersection. As traffic starts to
back up, both cars finally go at the
same time only to hit the brakes, nod
at each other and start the whole ritual
over again.
When we finally get where we’re
going, a whole new exercise in politeness crops up.
Someone could write a book on the
procedure for holding a door for somebody. If I wrote it, you can bet it would
be pretty complicated. First of all, when
I walk toward a door and see someone
walking up behind me, it’s hard for me
to determine whether they are in
acceptable door-holding range.
This decision has to be made in the
blink of an eye. If distance were the
only factor, businesses could paint a
15-foot arc around the door like a 3point line on a basketball court. But,
that’s not how it works.
How fast are they walking? Are their
hands full? Are they carrying a child?
Is it raining, or really hot or really cold?
Are they young or old? Do they have
their head stuck in their phone? Are
they wearing a T-shirt from one of the
hundred or so college football teams I
despise?
Then the questions change. Do I simply kind of half-hold it or hold it all the
way open? Or, do I open it, back up
and let them enter in front of me?
My mind runs through this entire ritual every single time. I suspect yours
does, too.
Our penchant for politeness doesn’t
end with how we interact with people.
Last night, I apologized to the cat
because I nearly stepped on her before
I saw her. I cannot count the number of
times I have come to a dead stop in my
neighborhood while a squirrel decided
which way it was going.
Bless our hearts. We’re all adorable,
and I hope we stay that way. In time,
though, I fear the ever-encroaching
world of technology will erode this quality in us as we continue to communicate more and more with machines
instead of people.
It hasn’t happened yet, though.
For instance, it is not necessary to be
polite when talking to a smartphone.
Even though it talks like a person, it’s
a computer. It doesn’t care.
Saying, “Directions to Myrtle Beach”
is sufficient.
Starting the conversation with, “Hey,
Siri. How’s your Mama and them?” is
unnecessary.
But, it is an admirable trait.
———
(About the writer: Barry Currin runs
BeaverDamUSA.com, a humor, sports
and entertainment website. “Stories of a
World Gone Mad” is published weekly.
Email the writer at [email protected])
ANNIE’S
MAILBOX
Viewpoint
The politics of terror in
a climate of fear
E
very terrorist attack threatens to put Donald Trump
one step closer to the
White House.
Fear is a potent political
weapon — especially at times
like this, with Brussels in the
news — and Trump is a master
at going for the gut. If more
attacks occur in the West
between now and election day,
he may be well positioned to
exploit that fear. He doesn’t
know much of anything about
policy — this is hideously clear
by now (he even just recently
suggested that we scale down
America’s commitment to
NATO). But he instinctively
understands the visceral power
of simplistic language.
Trump and Hillary Clinton are
still the likeliest fall contenders,
and here’s what the Republican
front-runner is currently saying
about potential general election
opponent: “She’s weak on anything having to do with
strength.”
Yes, it’s simplistic. It’s the kind
of line that’s written with a crayon. But there’s a method to his
madness. He’s working to own
the word strong and equate her
with the word weak.
He’s been doing this for
months, like when he blitzed the
Sunday TV shows in early
January and said, “I think that
my words represent toughness
and strength. Hillary’s not
strong. Hillary’s weak.” Which
mirrors what he’s saying now:
“We have to be tough. We can’t
be soft and weak.”
He’s saying this stuff over and
over; do not underestimate the
power of repetition. As
Republican consultant and
wordmeister Frank Luntz has
reputedly said, “There’s a simple rule (for candidates). You
say it again, and you say it
again, and you say it again, and
you say it again, and you say it
again, and then again and
again and again and again, and
about the first time that you’re
absolutely sick of saying it, is
about the time that your target
audience has heard it for the
first time.”
Maybe you think this is just a
crock, that Trump’s primal
scream and gift for repetition
can’t possibly prevail, even if
autumn swing voters are quaking in their boots about terrorism. Maybe you scoff at the
notion that swing voters would
listen to Trump when he says
Clinton is “weak on borders.”
(As he did recently.) Maybe you
find it funny that Trump has
been aspiring to own the strong
word since at least 1990 —
when he told Playboy magazine
that if he were president, he
“would believe very strongly in
extreme military strength.”
But academics who have
studied the impact of terrorism
on public opinion — they’re not
laughing.
New research points to the
fact that in times of fear, voters
become more supportive of
candidates who
support positions
such as hostility
to perceived outsiders, tightened
borders
and
fewer
foreign
entanglements.
Polman
In other words,
Donald Trump.
“All of these issues are, in
fact, pillars of the aggressive
response we have seen by
Donald Trump in response to
the news today,” Elizabeth J.
Zechmeister, a political science
professor
at
Vanderbilt
University, told Politico. She is
the co-author, along with
University
of
California
Riverside professor Jennifer L.
Merolla, of the book
“Democracy at Risk: How
Terrorist Threats Affect the
Public.”’
Merolla told Politico their
research showed frightened
voters do not necessarily look
for traditional leadership qualities, such as Clinton’s long
tenure in government. She
added that female politicians
“are typically at a disadvantage”
when terrorism is a dominant
issue.
It’s quite possible that
Trump’s baggage will ultimately
defeat him, that fear of his
ascent will “trump” his attempts
to exploit fear of terrorism.
Distaste for the guy still runs
high, even in Republican circles. After Trump threatened to
smear Ted Cruz’s wife (don’t
ask), former George W. Bush
speechwriter Michael Gerson
posted this appeal to his GOP
brethren: “How could anyone,
anyone, support this vile man.
... If Trump were somehow, God
forbid, to be elected president,
he would immediately defile the
office, and surely abuse it.”
Fine. But never underestimate the power of fear as a voting motivation — especially in a
climate like ours. History has
taught us, all too often, what
can happen when the basest
instincts of human nature lead
people astray.
I’m reminded of something
that Bill Clinton said in
December 2002, during a
speech I covered in New York.
He framed it as a warning to his
fellow Democrats: “If we look
weak at a time when people are
scared, we lose. Insecure people would rather have someone
who is strong and wrong.”
———
(About the writer: Dick Polman is the national political columnist at NewsWorks/WHYY in Philadelphia – newsworks.org/polman – and a writer in residence at the University of Philadelphia.
Email him at [email protected] Copyright 2016 Dick
Polman, distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper
syndicate. Opinions expressed in guest “Viewpoints” do not necessarily reflect the views of the Cleveland Daily Banner.)
TODAY IN HISTORY
(AP) Today is Friday, April 8,
the 99th day of 2016. There are
267 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in History:
On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron
of the Atlanta Braves hit his
715th career home run in a
game against the Los Angeles
Dodgers, breaking Babe Ruth’s
record.
On this date:
In 1820, the Venus de Milo
statue was discovered by a
farmer on the Greek island of
Milos.
In 1864, the United States
Senate passed, 38-6, the 13th
Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution abolishing slavery.
(The House of Representatives
passed it in Jan. 1865; the
amendment was ratified and
adopted in Dec. 1865.)
In 1904, Longacre Square in
Manhattan was renamed Times
Square after The New York
Times.
In 1913, the 17th Amendment
to the Constitution, providing for
popular election of United States
senators (as opposed to appointment by state legislatures), was
ratified. President Woodrow
Wilson became the first chief
executive since John Adams to
address Congress in person as
he asked lawmakers to enact
tariff reform.
In 1935, President Franklin D.
Roosevelt signed the Emergency
Relief Appropriations Act, which
provided money for programs
such as the Works Progress
Administration.
In 1946, the League of Nations
assembled in Geneva for its final
session.
In 1952, President Harry S
Truman seized the American
steel industry to avert a nationwide strike. (The Supreme Court
later ruled that Truman had
overstepped his authority, opening the way for a seven-week
strike by steelworkers.)
In 1961, a suspected bomb
exploded aboard the passenger
liner MV Dara in the Persian
Gulf, causing it to sink; 238 of
the 819 people aboard were
killed.
In 1973, artist Pablo Picasso
died in Mougins, France, at age
91.
In 1981, General of the Army
Omar N. Bradley died in New
York at age 88.
In 1990, Ryan White, the
teenage AIDS patient whose battle for acceptance had gained
national attention, died in
Indianapolis at age 18. The cult
TV series “Twin Peaks” premiered on ABC.
In 1994, Kurt Cobain, singer
and guitarist for the grunge band
Nirvana, was found dead in
Seattle from an apparently selfinflicted gunshot wound; he was
27.
Ten years ago: The Rolling
Stones made their debut in
mainland China with a censored
— but still raucous — concert in
Shanghai. Harley-Davidson Inc.
opened its first dealership in
China. Eight members of the
Toronto chapter of the Bandidos
biker gang were found dead in a
remote wooded area of a farmer’s
property in Shedden, Ontario,
Canada; six Bandidos from
Winnipeg were convicted in 2009
of murdering them.
Five years ago: Congressional
and White House negotiators
struck a last-minute budget deal
ahead of a midnight deadline,
averting an embarrassing federal
shutdown and cutting billions in
spending.
One year ago: Dzhokhar
Tsarnaev was convicted by a federal jury on all 30 charges
against him in the Boston
Marathon bombing and found
him responsible for the deaths of
the three people killed in the
2013 attack and the killing of an
MIT police officer three days
later. (He was sentenced to death
the following month.)
Today’s Birthdays: Comedian
Shecky Greene is 90. Actorturned-diplomat John Gavin is
85. Author and Pulitzer Prizewinning reporter Seymour Hersh
is 79. Former U.N. SecretaryGeneral Kofi Annan is 78.
Basketball Hall-of-Famer John
Havlicek is 76. “Mouseketeer”
Darlene Gillespie is 75. Rhythmand-blues singer J.J. Jackson is
75. Singer Peggy Lennon (The
Lennon
Sisters)
is
75.
Songwriter-producer Leon Huff
is 74. Actor Hywel Bennett is 72.
Actor Stuart Pankin is 70. Rock
musician Steve Howe is 69.
Former House Republican
Leader Tom DeLay is 69. Movie
director John Madden is 67.
Rock musician Mel Schacher
(Grand Funk Railroad) is 65.
Actor John Schneider is 56.
“Survivor” winner Richard Hatch
is 55. Rock musician Izzy
Stradlin is 54. Singer Julian
Lennon is 53. Actor Dean Norris
is 53. Rock singer-musician
Donita Sparks is 53. Rapper Biz
Markie is 52. Actress Robin
Wright is 50. Actress Patricia
Arquette is 48. Rock singer Craig
Honeycutt (Everything) is 46.
Rock musician Darren Jessee is
45. Actress Emma Caulfield is
43. Actress Katee Sackhoff is 36.
Actor Taylor Kitsch is 35. Rock
singer-musician Ezra Koenig
(Vampire Weekend) is 32. Actor
Taran Noah Smith is 32. Actress
Kirsten Storms is 32. Rock musician Jamie Sierota (Echosmith)
is 23. Actress Sadie Calvano is
19.
Dear Annie: Our 46-year-old
son is bright, caring and an allaround good guy. Here’s the problem: “Munro” has never gotten
much of an education, even
though he’s had multiple chances
and we have encouraged him to
do so. If we say anything about it,
he gets nasty and rude and tells
us it’s none of our business.
He is absolutely right — until
he and his family hit us up for
money. Munro has a wife and
three children. The oldest, age 20,
still lives at home and does not
work or contribute to the household. Our daughter-in-law refuses
to work more than part-time, and
then only temporarily. The entire
household lives hand-to-mouth.
We have loaned them a lot of
money over the years, not to mention the many “extras” we’ve done
for the kids. We made a decision
to close the bank, at least until
his wife and adult son contribute
more to the household.
The problem now is that Munro
was in a serious, life-altering accident and is lucky to be alive. He
won’t be able to work for some
time. Of course, they can’t pay
their bills. I spoke to my husband
about helping again because of
these extenuating circumstances,
but he replied that now is a good
time for his wife and son to step
up and get jobs.
What do you think we should
do? We are financially secure, but
not rich. — Worried Mom in
California
Dear Worried: This is a tough
situation. You have been too generous already, but with Munro
out of work for an indefinite period, his family will likely sink further down before it occurs to them
to step up and contribute. They
have been enabled for so long that
they don’t know how to adjust
their expectations. They will
accuse you of abandoning them in
their time of need.
Please sit down with Munro, his
wife and their grown son. Explain
that the gravy train has stopped
running. Offer to help your
daughter-in-law and grandson
look through the want ads in the
newspaper and online to find fulltime jobs that will make up for
Munro’s missing salary. And if
you are feeling generous, pay for
them to get some financial and
budget planning advice from a
professional. Check with your
bank or the National Foundation
for Credit Counseling at nfcc.org.
As the saying goes, “Give a man a
fish and you feed him for a day.
Show him how to catch a fish and
you feed him for a lifetime.”
———
(About the writers: Annie’s
Mailbox is written by Kathy
Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers
column.)
Poland’s top political leaders Cleveland Daily Banner
support total ban on abortion
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WARSAW, Poland (AP) —
Poland’s prime minister and the
powerful leader of its conservative ruling party have both said
they support a total ban on abortion.
Abortion is currently only
allowed in mostly Catholic
Poland when the pregnancy
poses a threat to the woman’s
health or life, if it results from a
crime like incest or rape or if the
fetus is damaged.
But these regulations dating to
1993, which have been considered a tough compromise
between the views of the country’s liberal and Catholic circles,
are now being contested under
Poland’s new conservative government.
A new civic group called “Stop
Abortion” is gathering support to
impose a total ban and is backed
by Poland’s influential Roman
Catholic Church.
Prime Minister Beata Szydlo
and party leader Jaroslaw
Kaczynski said, as Catholics,
they support the total ban but if
it comes to a vote in parliament,
party lawmakers will be able to
vote as they wish.
“I am a Catholic so my position
is obvious. But there is no party
discipline on these issues,”
Kaczynski said.
The party, which has a parliamentary majority, won power last
year promising a return to traditional Catholic values and support for families with children.
In a statement to be read in
churches Sunday, Poland’s bishops are calling for the protection
of human life “from conception to
natural death.”
But Grzegorz Schetyna, leader
of the opposition Civic Platform
party, said it’s in Poland’s interests to preserve the existing legislation. Raising the sensitive issue
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tina’s Groove
CROSSWORD
By Eugene Sheffer
Baby Blues
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by Eugenia Last
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26; Leighton Meester, 30; Dennis
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Happy Birthday: Check out your
personal and professional options. A
change is overdue and will help you
By Ned Classics
By Conrad Day
feel settled. Uncertainties of the past
can be put to rest, allowing you to set
new priorities and goals that will add to
your stability. Decisions should be
made regarding contracts, finances
and any medical issues that need to
be addressed. Tidy up loose ends.
Your numbers are 8, 14, 19, 24, 26,
33, 43.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Say
what's on your mind and take action if
you feel something needs to be done.
It's up to you to bring about the changes
that will improve your situation.
Personal growth is apparent through
self-awareness programs. Romance is
highlighted.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Make
arrangements to travel or to get
involved in events that are unique or different from anything you have done in
the past. What you discover will give
you the confidence to explore new territory and express your feelings openly.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You'll be
drawn to entertainment that is costly.
Don't follow the crowd if someone tries
to pressure you into doing something
that might jeopardize your reputation or
your health. Physical activity will keep
you out of trouble and lead to romance.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Take on
a charitable task that will introduce you
to people from different backgrounds.
The more involved you become in acts
of kindness, the more likely it is that you
will encounter a unique friendship with
someone special.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Don't get
upset or let someone ruin your day.
Engage in something you find entertaining, and share your ideas and thoughts
with someone who enjoys the same
things you do. A physical challenge will
allow you to show off and make new
friends.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You can
accomplish plenty if you are forwardthinking and don't hold back when it
comes to discussing what you want.
You will learn a lot from someone who
has experience. Travel and communication are highlighted.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Set guidelines regarding your partnerships and
money matters. It's important that you
are in agreement about how money
should be spent, invested and distributed. Let someone with experience help
you plan your financial future.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Don't
feel obligated to be charitable just
because others are keen on giving
donations. Spend on your home, a creative project or your next trip or adventure. Invest in yourself, not someone
else. Make romance a priority.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):
Be true to your word. Exaggeration will
turn into a costly affair. Put your time,
effort and energy into home improvements, important relationships and
being the best you can be. Focus on
inner growth.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): A
chance to make a financial move or sell
one of your assets looks promising. A
garage sale or donating what you no
longer use to a good cause will help
others and make you feel good.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
Consider your current strategy for success. Gather information that will help
you pick a new direction or discover
your niche. If an influence in your life
isn't willing to support your decision,
rethink the relationship.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Let
your imagination run wild and check out
opportunities that will help bring you
closer to someone you love. Use your
intelligence and a little emotional
bribery to get the help you need to follow your dreams.
Birthday Baby: You are proactive,
smart and progressive. You are strategic and outspoken.
16—Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016
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Review: Melissa McCarthy’s
‘The Boss’ misses the mark
By JAKE COYLE
AP Film Writer
The search continues for a suitable showcase for the awesome
talents of Melissa McCarthy outside of films directed by Paul Feig.
The latest vehicle to give it a
try, “The Boss,” has a promising
enough blueprint for comedy.
McCarthy plays the red-haired,
thoroughly turtlenecked Michelle
Darnell, a ruthless, self-made
executive whose Martha Stewartlike descent lands her in whitecollar prison. Penniless upon
release, she moves in with her
former and much mistreated
assistant Claire (Kristen Bell) and
her daughter Rachel (Ella
Anderson).
Like “Tammy,” ‘’The Boss” was
directed by Ben Falcone,
McCarthy’s husband and longtime collaborator, and written by
them both. (Steve Mallory, who
also dates back to their improv
days at the Upright Citizens
Brigade, also pitches in on the
screenplay).
In both films, the premise is
solidly rooted in the common
frustrations of thoughtless bosses
and dead-end jobs. Tammy’s
midlife crisis was partially
prompted by a meltdown with her
fast-food manager (played by
Falcone), but in “The Boss,” Bell’s
Claire is the one suffering under
tyrants.
Michelle is introduced as the
47th wealthiest woman in
America, a perch she flaunts as a
finance guru. At an arena rally,
she descends to the stage on a
bird with dollar bills showering
her. She’s Suze Orman times a
hundred.
Her downfall is plotted by a
business rival, Renault (Peter
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Dinklage), who gets her locked up
for insider trading. Claire, a single
mother, finds another job with yet
another uncaring supervisor (the
underused Cecily Strong). But
Michelle turns up on Claire’s
Chicago doorstep, looking for a
place to stay.
The first sign of trouble in “The
Boss” isn’t the lack of a Bruce
Springsteen cameo, but Michelle’s
first night on Claire’s couch bed.
When she sits down, the bed violently flings her high up on the
wall, a crudely brutal, digitally
faked moment of poorly calibrated
slapstick that seems to exist only
for the movie’s trailer.
Other such bits crop up, like a
tumble down stone steps by
Michelle, that feel like desperate
reaches for laughs. After attending Rachel’s Girl Scouts meeting,
Michelle hits on an idea for a
homemade brownie operation
that will teach young women
more capitalistic ideals and give
them a percent of the profits, too.
By even the standards of
redemptive occupations in comedies, it’s a thin concept. But
Michelle’s rival troupe of treatselling girls begins to take off,
bringing back all of Michelle’s
hard-nosed business tactics. A
street fight between the girls follows, as does the expected lesson
about family and generosity.
“The Boss” is tighter than
“Tammy” and it’s not without
laughs. With few supporting players providing much humor (Kathy
Bates, as Michelle’s mentor, is
entirely squandered), McCarthy
shoulders the film. And she
remains a captivating, unpredictable force in even a mediocre
film, with a rare gift for both bombastic and humble characters,
sweetness and crassness, physical comedy and verbal spats.
“The Boss,” a Universal
Pictures release, is rated R by the
Motion Picture Association of
America for “sexual content, language and brief drug use.”
Running time: 99 minutes. Two
stars out of four.
Grief gets weird in Vallee’s ‘Demolition’
By LINDSEY BAHR
AP Film Writer
What if a young man who just
lost his young wife in a car accident experienced none of the
stages of grief? What if he felt
nothing? What if he, instead,
started writing letters to a vending machine company and dismantling every object in sight?
Perhaps that’s just a person
coasting in denial, but, to buy
that, you would have to believe
that the person also had some
sort of humanity in the first
place. In the case of Davis
Mitchell (Jake Gyllenhaal) in
director Jean-Marc Vallée’s ambitious, flawed and whimsically
sinister “Demolition-” let’s just
say that’s not entirely clear.
Davis, for much of the movie, is
like the Patrick Bateman of widowers. He is incredibly wealthy,
cold, unfeeling and vaguely sociopathic. Instead of bodies, though,
it’s objects he’s dissecting.
At first, it’s actually quite captivating as you drift with Davis
in the aftermath of his wife
Julia’s (Heather Lind) death. He
was in the car with her when it
got broadsided. He came out
without a scratch. She died that
night.
He can’t even muster up any
emotion as her grieving father
(Chris Cooper) breaks down. And
then at the wake, instead of
socializing, he goes into a study
to compose a letter to the vending
machine company whose hospital
unit failed to give him the Peanut
M&Ms he paid for. It’s in this
handwritten complaint letter
where Davis starts to really dish
— about how he only got this job
at a $6 billion investment firm
because of his father-in-law,
about his daily routines in his
magazine-ready glass and steel
cube of a house, about the time
he lied to a fellow passenger on
the commuter train about what
he did for a living, and about how
he never really loved his wife.
Davis starts writing letters to
the vending machine company on
a regular basis, and, in his free
time, decides to take everything
apart including, but not limited
to, a fridge, a bathroom stall, a
bathroom light fixture and a random house. Of course his life falls
apart with it. Subtlety is not what
this movie is going for.
It’s quirky but also menacing
and Vallée and Gyllenhaal find
the dark humor in this man’s odd
behavior. Davis might not be
someone who exists in the real
world, but Gyllenhaal wears his
unconventionalities well.
“Demolition,” a Fox Searchlight
Pictures release, is rated R by the
Motion Picture Association of
America for “language, some sexual references, drug use and disturbing behavior.” Running time:
100 minutes. Two and a half
stars out of four.
Friday Best Bets
8 p.m. on (WFLI)
The Vampire Diaries
Series executive producer Julie Plec turns
director again with the new episode “I Went
to the Woods,” which she also co-wrote.
The tale sets Stefan (Paul Wesley) against
the clock in trying to save himself while
revisiting the wrongs done by Damon (Ian
Somerhalder). Alaric’s (Matt Davis) help is
sought in rescuing Stefan, a quest that Damon is on as well. Also the same hunt, but
for more sinister purposes, is Rayna (guest
star Leslie-Anne Huff).
9 p.m. on (WFLI)
The Originals
Joseph Morgan — this series’ Klaus — also
is the director of the new episode “Behind
the Black Horizon,” which makes Freya
(Riley Voelkel) a kidnapping victim. Elijah
and Finn (Daniel Gillies, guest star Casper
Zafer) go to Mystic Falls and run up against
Matt (guest star Zach Roerig, in his role
from “The Vampire Diaries”), who isn’t partial to vampire newcomers. Davina (Danielle
Campbell) has concerns about Kol’s (guest
star Nathaniel Buzolic) behavior.
9 p.m. on (WDEF)
Hawaii Five-0
Though they aren’t related in real life, Michelle Hurd and Paige Hurd are linked by
family in the new episode “Malama ka Po’e”
(Hawaiian for “Care for One’s People”),
as they return as two of Grover’s (Chi
McBride) closest loved ones. He tries to
protect them while they’re all fugitives when
an underworld kingpin seeks revenge for a
case Grover handled many years ago. Mark
Valley (“Boston Legal”) also guest stars.
Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan and Grace
Park also star.
10 p.m. on (WDEF)
Blue Bloods
The search for reckless robbers has a
personal aspect for Baez (Marisa Ramirez)
in the new episode “Blast From the Past,”
since she and Danny (Donnie Wahlberg)
work the case with a detective (guest star
Johnathon Schaech, “That Thing You Do!”)
she was involved with years earlier. Frank
(Tom Selleck) debates promoting an officer
who was acquitted of charges of killing a
youngster. Warren Kole, seen recently as
a regular on “Shades of Blue,” also guest
stars.
10 p.m. on (SYFY)
Wynonna Earp
Her return to her hometown of Purgatory
having attracted some undesirable attention, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) tries to
find a way to reconcile her impetuous personality with the strict rules imposed on her
by the Black Badge Division in a new episode called “Keep the Home Fires Burning.”
Meanwhile, Henry (Tim Rozon) the drifter
makes a bargain he may live to regret.
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CNN Tonight w/ Don Lemon Forensic File Forensic File Forensic File Forensic File
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To Be Announced
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Alaska State Troopers
Wicked Tuna
The Great Human Race
Alaska State Troopers
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Wicked Tuna
The Great Human Race
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The Great Human Race
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NetherWorld Å
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Insane Pools: Deeper Dive
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“Bringing Down the House”
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Oz: 50 Years of Magic
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Snapped “Teresa Stone”
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“Cirque Du Freak”
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›› “Blade” (1998, Horror) Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff. Å
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Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide
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› “Friday After Next” ’
(3:30) › “The Roommate” (2011) ’
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››› “My Girl” (1991) Anna Chlumsky, Macaulay Culkin. Premiere. ’
› “The Roommate” (2011) Leighton Meester. ’
Girl Next
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Reba Å
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Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing ››› “The Help” (2011) Viola Davis. An aspiring writer captures the experiences of black women. Å
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(:22) Martin ›› “National Security” (2003) Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn. Å
(:20) Martin (10:54) Martin (:27) Martin The Wendy Williams Show
To Be Announced
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MythBusters ’ Å
Outrageous Acts of Science MythBusters ’ Å
(3:00) U.S. Senate The Senate assembles for a legislative session. ’
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Key Capitol Hill Hearings ’
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Criminal Minds “Boxed In”
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Saving Hope Å (DVS)
Penn Zero
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The 7D
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Yo-Kai Watch Yo-Kai Watch Walk the
Kirby Buckets Kirby Buckets Kirby Buckets Kirby Buckets Kirby Buckets
Deal or No Deal ’ Å
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Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud Chain Rctn Chain Rctn Family Feud Family Feud The Chase Å
Chain Rctn Chain Rctn Family Feud Family Feud
Grandmother Eat St. Å
Unique Eats Unique
Chopped Canada
Chopped Canada
Chopped Canada
Donut
Sugar
Cupcake Wars “Surf’s Up!”
Good Eats
Good Eats
Chopped Canada
(3:00) ››› “While You Were Sleeping”
››› “While You Were Sleeping” (1995) Sandra Bullock, Bill Pullman.
Kendra
Kendra
Kendra
Kendra
Driven to Love (N)
Kendra
Kendra
Driven to Love
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Trauma: Life in the ER ’
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Untold Stories of the E.R. ’ Detroit ER ’ Å
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Tapping In: The Happiest
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Why Pressure Cooker?
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››› “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” (1985) Patrick Day. Å
››› “Little Women” (1994, Drama) Winona Ryder, Gabriel Byrne. Å
››› “Of Mice and Men”
Lucky Dog
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2016 Masters Tournament
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Washington Journal Live call-in program with officials. ’
Washington This Week ’
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Going Deep The Real O.J. Simpson Trial The Real O.J. Simpson Trial The Real O.J. Simpson Trial The Real O.J. Simpson Trial ››› “Tin Cup” (1996, Comedy) Kevin Costner, Rene Russo, Cheech Marin. Å
›› “Man on Fire” (2004) Å
Paid Program Paid Program BestPan!
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›› “The Pacifier” (2005, Comedy) Vin Diesel. (DVS)
› “Cop Out” (2010, Comedy) Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan.
››› “I Love You, Man” (2009) Paul Rudd, Jason Segel.
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The People v. O.J. Simpson The People v. O.J. Simpson
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The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman The Rifleman ››› “Jurassic Park” (1993, Adventure) Sam Neill, Laura Dern. ‘PG-13’ Å
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›› “Lucky Losers” (1950) Bowery Boys.
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›››› “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) Judy Garland. Å
I Love Lucy I Love Lucy The Middle The Middle Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls Golden Girls “My Boyfriends’ Dogs” (2014) Erika Christensen. Å
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“Surprised by Love” (2015)
Paid Program Paid Program Quit Your Day Job
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Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules
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Street drug flakka ravaged
South Florida, then disappeared
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP)
— A year after it ravaged South
Florida, flakka — the synthetic
street drug known for causing
psychotic outbursts — is virtually gone. The deaths. The hallucinating users. The arrests. All of
it.
Broward County became infamous as the epicenter for the
amphetamine, making national
headlines in April 2015 after
slowly building on the scene for
several months. Users tore off
clothes as their body temperatures spiked to 105 degrees.
Some hallucinated that they were
gods or that they were being
chased. One man impaled himself on a police department fence
he tried to scale to escape his
imaginary pursuers.
Over 16 months, 63 flakka
users died in Fort Lauderdale
and its suburbs — overdoses,
accidents, suicides and homicides, according to law enforcement officials.
Then, about three months ago,
it stopped.
“I have never seen a drug gain
popularity so rapidly and be
eliminated so quickly,” Broward
Sheriff Scott Israel said.
Several factors combined to kill
the flakka market: a Chinese government crackdown on manufacturers, a public awareness campaign, a law enforcement dragnet
on dealers and street talk about
the nasty side effects.
Broward County reports no
flakka-related deaths this year.
Emergency room visits over the
drug, which hit 20 per day a year
ago, are rare. Arrests, too, are
now rare, Israel said.
Statewide and nationally, flakka usage never matched
Broward. But officials in other
Florida jurisdictions and beyond
— from Palm Beach to Houston,
Texas — say they, too, are seeing
declines.
When flakka first appeared,
Broward drug officials didn’t even
know how to spell it, said Jim
Hall, an epidemiologist at
Broward’s Nova Southeastern
University who tracks illegal narcotics usage. Is it “flaca,” Spanish
for “skinny?” No, they learned,
it’s “flakka” with two k’s — a
derivative of the Spanish word for
a thin, pretty woman.
Hall said flakka was cheap —
$3 to $5 a dose — and ubiquitous. Drug importers bought it
online from Chinese laboratories
for $1,500, which was enough to
make 10,000 doses. Because
South Florida drug importers
already had experience selling
other synthetic drugs such as
molly, they had a ready sales
force that flooded the streets,
Hall said. Importers could turn a
2,000 percent profit, he said.
Flakka gives a quick high, but
even the slightest overdose drives
users over the edge, particularly
those who’ve used crack cocaine.
“Abusers felt like their blood
was on fire and would rip off
clothes,” Hall said. “They became
extremely paranoid. Some would
think they were being chased by
imaginary wild animals and run
into the streets.”
It sometimes took four or five
police officers to subdue them.
Those who didn’t get immediate
medical treatment often died.
Those who lived frequently suf-
Atlantic City awaits
judge’s ruling on
payroll and schools
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) —
Atlantic City officials are awaiting
word on whether they can make
payroll.
A judge on Friday is expected to
decide if the city can make a
scheduled payroll payment or
save the money for its school system, forcing the city to shut down
non-essential government services.
The state on Monday filed suit
to stop the city from making the
payroll payment because it owes
its school district more than $30
million.
Gov. Chris Christie is trying to
pressure Atlantic City Mayor Don
Guardian and Assembly Speaker
Vincent Prieto to support a state
takeover measure that allows the
state to renegotiate public
employee contracts.
Prieto objects to that and has
proposed his own bailout legislation on Thursday that Christie
declared dead on arrival.
fered extreme kidney damage
from their elevated temperatures.
In March 2015, Broward officials formed a flakka action team
of law enforcement, drug counselors, educators and community
leaders. Neighborhood meetings
were held nightly, warning residents about the drug’s dangers.
Street addicts heard from other
addicts that flakka would melt
your brain. Local law enforcement went after importers and
street dealers and coordinated
with federal officials.
“We had to see what we could
do with the pushers of that poison,” Sheriff Israel said.
Hall said he thinks headlines
about the drug put pressure on
China’s leaders, who banned the
exportation of flakka and other
synthetic street drugs Oct. 1.
“The Chinese government did
not want to get a reputation of
being a narco nation,” Hall said.
The Chinese Embassy’s press
office did not respond to email
requests from The Associated
Press for comment.
Within weeks of the ban,
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LEGAL PUBLICATION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED BANK MERGER
Notice is given that application has been made to
the Comptroller of the Currency, 500 North Akard
Street, Suite 1600, Dallas, Texas 75201, for consent to merge Southern Heritage Bank, Cleveland,
Tennessee, with and into First Citizens National
Bank, Dyersburg, Tennessee.
It is contemplated that the main offices and branch
offices of the above named banks will continue to
operate.
This notice is published pursuant to 12 USC
1828(c) and 12 CFR 5. Anyone may submit written
comments on this application by May 1, 2016 to:
Director of District Licensing, 500 North Akard
Street, Suite 1600, Dallas, Texas 75201 or [email protected]
The public file is available for inspection in the district office during regular business hours. Written
requests for a copy of the public file on the application should be sent to the Director of District Licensing.
April 1, 2016
Southern Heritage Bank, Cleveland, Tennessee
First Citizens National Bank, Dyersburg, Tennessee
April 1, 8, 26, 2016
LEGAL PUBLICATION
INVITATION TO BID
Bradley County is currently accepting bids for the
following properties. For a more detailed property
description contact the Bradley County at (423)
728 - 7146:
Property located on 139 Dempsey Cir SW in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 065B,
Group E, Parcel 0029.01; lot dimensions front 40’
back 70’ X left 150’ right 158’. Minimum bid required $750.00.
Property located off Johnson Blvd SE in Cleveland,
Tennessee. The property is on Map 058I, Group D,
Parcel 004.01; lot dimensions front 77.6’ X left
127.3’ right 108.8’ TRI . Minimum bid required
$1,000.00.
Property located on Glensara Dr NW in Cleveland,
Tennessee. The property is on Map 013 Parcel
039.03; lot dimensions front 2’ X back 728’ Strip.
Minimum bid required $1.00.
Property located on Westland Dr SW (off) in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 057 Parcel
018.08; lot dimensions front 100’ X back 100’, 0.23
Acres. Minimum bid required $825.00.
Property located on Jonathan Dr SE in Cleveland,
Tennessee. The property is on Map 068E, Group A,
Parcel 013.00; lot dimensions front 245’ X back 2’.
Minimum bid required $1.00.
Property located on Hidden Valley Rd NW in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 032, Parcel 018.20; lot dimensions approximately 1.57
acres. Minimum bid required $1,437.89.
Property located on 260 Stone Regan Rd SE in
Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 104,
Parcel 008.09; lot dimensions approximately 2.99
acres. Minimum bid required $1,464.61.
Property located on Joel Drive SW in Cleveland,
Tennessee. The property is on Map 048F, Group B,
Parcel 002.00; lot dimensions front 100’ X 100’
back X left 150’ X right 150’. Minimum bid required $1,310.97.
Property located on Southern Oaks Drive in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 080O,
Group D, Parcel 009.00; lot dimensions front
195.85’ X back 220’ X left 200.08’ X right 242’.
Minimum bid required $2,235.86.
Property located on Farmway Drive SE in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 080G,
Group F, Parcel 002.00; lot dimensions front 120’ X
back 119.62’ X left 219.12’ X right 218.92. Minimum bid required $1,329.49.
Property located on Farmway Drive SE in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 080G,
Group F, Parcel 012.00; lot dimensions front 31.14’
X back 110.27’ X left 278.14’ X right 219.64’. Minimum bid required $1,839.62.
Property located on 201 Burris Lane NW in Cleveland, Tennessee. The property is on Map 020, Parcel 038.00; lot dimensions approximately 0.98
acres. Minimum bid required $1,103.89.
All bids will be accepted through 4:30 p.m. on April
22, 2016. Each sealed bid should be submitted in
writing referencing the property map and parcel
number and addressed to the Bradley County Mayor’s Office, P.O. Box 1167, Cleveland, TN 37364.
April 8, 2016
www.clevelandbanner.com
Cleveland Daily Banner—Friday, April 8, 2016—19
29. Help Wanted - Part-time
30. Help Wanted - Full Time
33. Business opportunities
48. office space For rent
CHILDCARE- LOCAL Church seeking experienced church nursery/ preschool workers for childcare during
church service hours. 7 or more
hours weekly. Please send resume
to [email protected]
FuLL tImE help needed, will train.
Champion Cleaners on north Lee
Highway. Apply in person.
iNvesTigATe BeFore
You iNvesT!
Always a good policy, especially for
business opportunities and franchise. Call tn Division of consumer
Affairs at (800) 342-8385 or the Federal trade Commission at (877)
FtC-HELP for free information. Or
visit our Web site at www.ftc.gov
OFFICE AVAILABLE. multiple sizes,
423-991-4984.
FAmILy CORnERstOnEs starfish
program seeks part- time educator.
Bachelors degree with 2 years experience in early childhood or relevant
field required. Bilingual (spanish)
preferred.
Fax
resume
to
423-559-1244
or
e-mail
to
[email protected]
HOusEkEEPERs, LAunDRy Attendant, Evening House Person
needed at Holiday Inn Express and
Hampton Inn, Ooltewah. Apply in
person.
mAtuRE
FEmALE
caregiver
needed in Birchwood for older female. some light housekeeping.
Background check and references
required. must have own transportation. shawn #865-661-2905 Leave
message if necessary.
nEED sOmEOnE experienced in
landscaping and lawn care. must be
dependable and have drivers license. 423-472-5399.
30. Help Wanted - Full Time
$75,000 PLus, Ecowater systems a
Berkshire Hathaway Company is expanding its sales force. salary plus
commission plus car allowance and
benefits.
Call
Dean,
1-800-696-6907.
[email protected]
ALCO mAnAgEmEnt, Inc. has
several Community manager Position's available in the Cleveland, tn
area. successful candidates will
have a minimum of 2 years property
management experience, excellent
organization and communication
skills and leasing and marketing experience. We offer excellent benefits
and salary commensurate with experience. Individuals must have the experience and ability to manage staff,
manage a budget, maintain property,
and collect rents. Candidates must
also have Project- Based section 8,
section 236, and tax Credit experience. Candidates must pass a credit
and background check as well as a
drug screen. E O E. send resumes
to
[email protected]
or
fax
(901)312-1501.
CHECkERs nOW hiring for all
shifts. Hard Working, Dependable
People. Apply in person 920 25th
street or www.work4checkers.com
CHEmICAL tAnk Driver CDL Class
A with Hazmat/ tanker. Clean motor
vehicle record, 2 years driving experience. tank experience preferred.
Call 423-364-3046.
CnA WAntED full time, first shift
hours monday- Friday. good pay.
text resume to 423-715-7353.
must have valid drivers license.
COmPAny sEEkIng CDL class A/
B drivers, for industrial water blasting services. must pass drug/ mVR
requirements. 866-977-1162.
EARn tHOusAnD$ from home. Be
careful of work-at-home schemes.
Hidden costs can add up, and requirements may be unrealistic.
Learn how to avoid work-at-home
scams. Call the Federal trade Commission. 1-877-FtC-HELP. A message from Cleveland Daily Banner
and the FtC. Or visit our Web site at
www.ftc.gov
ELLIOtt's CuRREntLy has openings for full time retail sales associates. Candidates must be strong
customer oriented professionals with
previous retail experience. Qualified
applicants must be highly energetic
individuals with an extremely outgoing personality. Prospects must be
motivated and capable of working
closely with their team as well as individually. $10.50 hourly plus commission with benefits. no phone
calls please. Email resumes to:
[email protected]
FOWLERs COnstRuCtIOn is
looking to hire a skilled carpenter,
must be able to perform a variety of
trades please apply in person at 411
north Congress Parkway Athens,
tn 423-649-2961.
gROunDs/ mAIntEnAnCE crew
needed at sunset & Hilcrest memorial gardens. must be available for
weekends, have dependable transportation. Apply at 7180 north Lee
Highway, Cleveland.
ExPERIEnCED CAREgIVERs and
CnAs who are available to work
2nd, 3rd, or weekends. Please apply
in person at 60 25th street nW #3,
in Cleveland. monday- Friday from
11am-5pm.
LOCAL COmPAny hiring O t R
Drivers Class A CDL. 2 years minimum experience with good record.
423-595-8922.
PROCEss mEDICAL claims from
home? Chances are you won’t make
any money. Find out how to spot a
medical billing scam. Call the Federal trade Commission,
1-877-FtC-HELP.
A message from
Cleveland Daily Banner and the
Federal trade Commission. Or visit
our Web site at www.ftc.gov
34. money To lend
* LOAns up to $1,250 *
Quick Approval
423-476-5770
LOCAL DEALERsHIP looking for
experienced Payroll/ HR/ Benefits
Clerk. starting pay $14 per hour.
Hours
are
mondayFriday
8am-5pm. Benefits include 6 paid
holidays after 90 days, medical, dental, vision, life insurance available after 60 days, 401k and vacation after
1 year of service. ExPERIEnCED
OnLy nEED APPLy! send resume
to: #761-P, c/o Cleveland Daily Banner, P.O. Box 3600, Cleveland, tn
37320.
nEED CA$H fast but can’t get a
loan? Don’t pay for the promise of a
loan. Call the Federal trade Commission at 1-877-FtC-HELP to learn
how to spot advance-fee loan
scams. A message from Cleveland
Daily Banner and the FtC. Or visit
our Web site at www.ftc.gov
OPEnIng FOR Drivers, day or night
shift. take cab home. must be flexible. 423-635-2644.
* AAA House PAIntIng: InteriorExterior, Pressure Washing, FREE
estimates,
References.
423-284-9652.
PeTroleum Driver: Class A
with Hazmat/ Tanker- Clean m V R,
2 year tractor- trailer experience.
Call: united Petroleum Carriers
423-476-8667.
Email
[email protected]
PIPELAyER nEEDED, must have at
least 3 years experience laying
storm, sewer and water. Please apply in person at 798 County Road
180 Athens, tn.
rN / lPN
life Care Center of Athens
Full- time position available for a
state- licensed nurse. We offer
great pay and benefits in a teamoriented environment.
susan goodman or
Cherish Lowe
423-745-8181/ 423-745-9257 Fax
1234 Frye st. | Athens, tn 37303
[email protected]
[email protected]
LifeCareCareers.com
An Equal Opportunity Employer
70635
sHAkE sHACk Drive In Restaurant
now hiring: servers and Cooks
wanted. We offer on job training. Experience preferred. 423-472-2200
3460 Waterlevel Highway sE Cleveland tn 37323.
BOAt AnD RV storage spaces for
rent. secure with covered and uncovered spaces available. Located
less than 5 minutes from the Hiwassee
River/
Hwy
58
area.
423-478-1324/ 423-284-9331
BOBCAt FOR Rent or Hire with
trencher or brush cutter, mini excavator with thumb, tractor loader with
boxscrape
or
bushhog.
423-478-2724.
BO’s tREE sERVICE: Over 30
years experience. Insured, free estimates.
Bucket
truck.
423-284-9814 or 423-544-2249.
BOx tRAILERs, 40' goose neck
trailer, dump trailer, towable grill for
rent. 423-478-2724.
ComPleTe lAWNCAre
Commercial and residential
Landscaping, Aerating and over
seeding
mowing,
trimming,
mulching, pressure washing, yard
clean- up, leaf service.
licensed and insured.
Free estimates
very reliable
offering the Best rates in Town!
Call saylors outdoor services
423-432-7167
DALmAtIOn LAWn Care, Call us
for all your lawn care needs. Ricky
Vaughn 423-715-7858.
sOnIC DRIVE in. now hiring all
levels of management. Full time
shift Leaders, Assistant and general managers wanted. Apply in
person Job Fair April 9 2016 from
9am-2pm. sonic Drive In 390 stuart Road, Cleveland tn. great
benefits! Competitive pay.
sPOttER/ yARD Dog move semi
trailers Heavy Equipment, no CDL
Required, Will train We'll train you!
Reliable. growing company. Bacon
Logistics LLC Local Job/ no over
the road/ set shifts Hourly based
on experience. Paid vacation.
grow with us! spotter / yard Dog.
Call 423-650-0180.
stARs, InC. is hiring Personal Assistant,
wage
$8.50.
Call
423-447-2590 ext. # 1
WAItREssEs, AnD Bartenders
wanted. Apply at nick's Pizza steaks
and more, off stuart Road behind
golden Corral.
DAnny's tREE sERVICE: tree removal, shrubbery trimmed and
planted, firewood. senior Discounts.
30 years experience. 423-244-6676.
ExtREmE mAIntEnAnCE Home/
mobile Home Commercial, residential, Painting (interior/ exterior).
Decks, plumbing, electrical, roofing,
siding, all work! 30 years experience.
Free
estimates.
423-331-7045.
FInIsH WOODWORkER: Building,
kitchen cabinets, dressers, entertainment centers, bunk beds, desks etc.
Call Jason Day 423-284-6455.
HERItAgE HILL's Lawn Care &
Landscaping. We take pride in each
and every yard! 423-509-5807.
“Home or BusiNess
CleANiNg serviCe”
Are you in need of cleaning
services for your home or business?
We have the services you are
looking for. We offer a one- time
cleaning
service
or
daily,
weekly, bi-weekly and monthly
cleaning plans. We also offer
carpet, window cleaning and
pressure washing services.
selliNg Your Home?
We Will geT Your Home iN
TiP ToP sHAPe To sell
QuiCKlY!
Family owned & operated…
Call or email us today for a
Free estimate. 423-593-1525
[email protected]
POWER WAsHIng, free estimates,
professional, gutters, decks, concrete, safe chemicals, affordable.
423-650-8755.
56. Houses For sale
FOR sALE by Owner: Beautiful 3
Bedroom, 2.5 bath, fully remodeled,
granite counter tops, stainless appliances, In-ground pool, in Bowman
Hills
area.
$219,000
call
423-614-0101 for information or set
up viewing.
InVEst yOuR tax refund! Remodeled houses, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
dens, basements. Owner/ Agent financing. stOny BROOks REALty
423-479-4514.
oFFiCe/ reTAil space Available,
short and long term lease. several
locations, priced from $300 up. Call
Jones
Properties
423-472-4000
www.jonesproperties.biz.
49. Apartments For rent
$1,650, LuxuRy, furnished, 2 bedroom condo, has everything you
need! Washer/ dryer, utilities and cable, flexible lease.
423-618-6383.
$1,800: LuxuRy Apartment, fully
furnished, utilities paid. Located on
quiet side street. Contact Jones
Properties 423-472-4000
www.jonesproperties.biz
$595: LARgE, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath
townhouse, new paint, new vinyl
flooring, water included. PROVIsIOn REAL EstAtE AnD PROPERty
mAnAgEmEnt,
LLC
423-693-0301.
40. general services offered
ALL PRO Painting & Remodeling,
Roofing, Reasonable rates. Free estimates 423-277-6441.
53. Houses For rent
PuBLIsHER's nOtICE: All real estate advertised in this newspaper is
subject to the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 and the tennessee Human Rights Act which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, or national
origin, handicap/ disability or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination."
this newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the law. Our
readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal opportunity basis. Equal Housing Opportunity, m/F.
1 OR 2 bedroom available. no pets,
no smoking in house. For more information call 423-227-9146.
2 BEDROOm apartment, updated,
close- in, $800 monthly, plus security deposit. 423-476-9101.
2 BEDROOm behind Ace Hardware
on Peerless Road. ground level,
walk to shopping. stove, refrigerator,
water furnished. For information, call
between 9am-6pm. no pets/ smoking.
Available
April
1st.
423-479-5570.
2 BEDROOm, 2 bath, close to downtown, $575 monthly 423-650-5027.
2 BEDROOm, 2.5 bath townhouse,
$825 monthly, 1906 Fletcher Drive,
37312. 423-240-8858.
BlYTHeWooD- sTeePleCHAse
APArTmeNTs- 1 Bedroom with
utilities furnished ($389- $579); 2
Bedroom ($429- $609). Appliances
furnished; duplexes. 423-472–7788.
CEntRAL AVEnuE: $600, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, water included. Contact
Jones
Properties,
423-472-4000,
www.jonesproperties.biz.
CLEAn OnE bedroom apartment,
$450 monthly rent, $400 deposit,
year lease. no pets. no smoking.
Owner/ Agent stOny BROOks
REALty 423-479-4514.
CLEVELAnD summIt Apartments
Rent is based on income for persons
62 or older, handicapped or disabled. We have immediate openings. Equal Housing Opportunity 44
Inman street 479-3005
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54. lots For sale
72. Cars For sale
62. Boats & marine equipment
70. vans For sale
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2002 CORVEttE z06, 20,000
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56. Houses For sale
486 mAriNA Hills completely renovated, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, large
screen porch, great room with gas
log fireplace, granite counter tops,
stainless appliances, 1/4 mile from B
&
B
marina
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50. mobile Homes For rent
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Beautiful Benwood subdivision
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Seller has included a 13
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41. Professional services
PACKAGING POSITIONS FULLTIME
Lonza (formerly Arch Chemicals) in Charleston, TN is now accepting
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operation, loading and unloading trucks, processing returned product,
housekeeping and other duties as assigned; Must be willing to work
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If you previously applied for a position, you must reapply.
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drug screen.
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David Gilmour’s tour like a homecoming
in Hollywood, Pompeii; first in a decade
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The guitar solo from Pink Floyd’s
“Comfortably Numb” is one of the
most famous in rock ‘n’ roll. Just
thinking about it might make it
play in your head.
But the author of that lick feels
no pressure to perform it note for
note during his rare live shows.
“I think I’ve earned the right not
to care about that,” says David
Gilmour, who crafted some of Pink
Floyd’s most memorable melodies,
including “Wish You Were Here.”
Gilmour is on a rare tour right
now, his first in a decade, stopping
in New York next week before a
European leg that continues
through summer. With wife (and
lyricist) Polly Samson in tow,
Gilmour is appearing at storied
sites around the globe to promote
his latest solo album, “Rattle That
Lock.”
Among them are the Hollywood
Bowl — where he performed last
month for the first time since playing there with Pink Floyd in 1972
— and upcoming shows at Radio
City Music Hall and Italy’s ancient
Pompeii amphitheater.
“That’s something we’ve been
trying to get for a while,” Gilmour
says of the July shows at the
Pompeii arena, where Pink Floyd
performed without an audience for
its 1972 concert film, “Live at
Pompeii.”
David Gilmour
“(It) has never been used for a
concert since then,” he says. “And
this will be the first ever concert in
that arena with an audience since
they were killing gladiators 2,000
years ago. It’s amazing.”
Gilmour becomes animated as
he discusses the performance in
Pompeii, but otherwise he’s a softspoken man of relatively few words
— perhaps the result of decades
spent alone in the studio turning
bits of inspiration into songs we all
know.
Sitting at a grand piano in the
penthouse of the Four Seasons
Hotel in Los Angeles, the No. 14 on
Rolling Stone’s list of the 100
Greatest Guitarists quietly confesses that sometimes he composes on piano, and that he took saxophone lessons to be supportive
when his young son was learning
the instrument.
Gilmour keeps no regular writing schedule but says a “tiny little
moment of magic” might pop into
his head at any time. He records
notes on his iPhone and revisits
them later in his studio.
“I do spend a lot of time working
away on my own,” he says.
When Samson writes lyrics, as
she did for the title track of the
new album, she also works alone:
listening to the tracks over and
over through headphones as she
walks for miles through the couple’s coastal neighborhood.
“Because I know him so well, it’s
very easy to have him as a character in my head and to be able to
look at the world as I imagine the
world looks to him,” says Samson,
a fiction writer whose novel “The
Kindness” was recently published
in the U.S.
As far as listening to music,
Gilmour prefers albums to streaming, and old artists to new.
“I’m constantly waiting for the
new Neil Young album or Bob
Dylan album,” he says.
Gilmour happily forgets about
touring when he’s not on the road,
enjoying his family’s “quiet life” in
Brighton, England.
“God knows when I’ll get back
out on the road again,” says the
musician.
AP photo
in this APril 6
Photo released by
Fox, Trent Harmon
performs on the
singing competition
series, "American
Idol," in Los Angeles.
Harmon was chosen
as the winner of the
final season of the
popular television program Thursday night.
‘American Idol’ crowns 15th and
final winner as TV show ends
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The first
“American Idol” finale in 2002
was a battle of the sexes, with
Kelly Clarkson the victor over
Justin Guarini. The last contest
settled the score as Trent
Harmon defeated La’Porsha
Renae for the crown.
Harmon tumbled to the stage
in surprise as host Ryan
Seacrest announced him as the
15th and final winner of
“American Idol,” which ended its
remarkable run Thursday.
“I know that I have a Godgiven ability, but I didn’t want to
take it for granted. I wanted to
work so, so hard, and she
pushed me to do it,” a tearful
Harmon said of Renae, who
stood poised and smiling by his
side.
Harmon, 25, who described
himself as just a “dude from
Mississippi,” waited tables at his
family’s restaurant in Amory
before trying out for “American
Idol.”
He won viewers over with his
supple vocals and increasingly
assured stage presence, and they
voted him into history as the
show’s last champion.
Harmon earned a record contract along with the honor.
Renae,
22,
also
from
Mississippi, the town of
McComb, is a single mom who
inspired viewers with her triumph over domestic abuse as
well as a richly powerful voice.
On Wednesday’s “Idol,” Renae
invoked Clarkson’s name as the
inaugural winner and goodnaturedly vowed that “a woman
started it and a woman’s goin’
finish it.”
“American Idol,” once a ratings
powerhouse that influenced TV
and music, had suffered steady
audience erosion before Fox
decided it would end this season.
Series executive producer
Nigel Lythgoe promised the finale
would celebrate its large ranks of
contestants, not big-name guests
as in previous years, and he
stuck to that pledge.
The show opened with a harmonizing chorus of white-clad
winners and contenders includ-
ing Scotty McCreery, Taylor
Hicks and Diana DeGarmo.
Other familiar faces from years
past popped up in solos and
group numbers, including Carrie
Underwood, Jennifer Hudson,
David Cook, Fantasia, Ruben
Studdard, Jordin Sparks and
Kimberley Locke.
Judges got in on the act as
well.
Keith
Urban
and
Underwood dueted, while Harry
Connick Jr. saluted a music center in New Orleans’ Katrina battered-Ninth Ward by inviting a
young student, Marley Fletcher,
to join him on “It’s a Wonderful
World.” Jennifer Lopez performed her new single.
Clarkson, who’s expecting her
second child soon, appeared in a
pre-taped performance.
There was a brief nod to nostalgia, with clips from past auditions presided over by original
judges Simon Cowell, Paula
Abdul and Randy Jackson.
Abdul and Jackson showed up
to salute Seacrest for his longevity, with Cowell strolling on stage
belatedly to steal the spotlight.
“I’m feeling quite emotional
now,” said the usually acerbic
Cowell.
President Barack Obama was
the unexpected opening act. In
apparently pre-taped remarks,
Obama congratulated the show
on its long run and noted that it
motivated millions of young people to vote for contestants.
Then he made a pitch for
Americans to demonstrate that
same eagerness at the polls, calling voting the most fundamental
and sacred rite of democracy. “I
believe it should be almost as
easy as voting on ‘American Idol.’
And we’re working on that,”
Obama said.
Seacrest got the finals — if
enigmatic — words Thursday.
“Good night, America,” he said.
Then as the screen faded to
black, he added, “For now.”
“American Idol” debuted in
June 2002, during the summer
broadcast doldrums, an indication that Fox didn’t have high
hopes for the imported singing
contest based on producer
Simon Fuller’s hit British series,
“Pop Idol.”
But the show proved a revelation. Viewers ate up the contestants’ performances and personalities, good, bad or downright
ridiculous.
They relished the bickering of
Cowell and Abdul and, from
Jackson, the reassuring familiarity of the trademark “Dawg”
that prefaced his critiques.
With Fox carefully protecting
“American Idol” as a once-a-year
event, the show’s ratings zoomed
and its influence did as well.
While America has long
embraced the idea that everyone
is a potential star — that means
you — “American Idol” coined an
updated version of the dream.
Its nationwide tryouts opened
the door to people in big cities
and small towns and made the
shot at fame and success democratic by letting fans weigh in.
Fox’s competitors responded.
The networks that were increasingly favoring reality shows over
scripted dramas began searching
for their own talent show hits,
spawning everything from skating to dance contests.
Some remain, such as ABC’s
“Dancing With the Stars” and
NBC’s “The Voice,” which overtook the aging “American Idol” in
the ratings.
No other TV talent show has
achieved the same track record
of fame for contestants, although
the power of an “Idol” win ebbed
in recent years.
But dreamers didn’t let go,
with about 75,000 people
swarming to auditions in five
cities this season.
The show’s ratings slumped,
the fate of even durable TV performers. “Idol,” which averaged
more than 30 million weekly
viewers at its 2006 peak and
ranked No. 1 for nine consecutive years, averaged about 11
million last season (still enough
by today’s standards to land it in
the top 20, but with fewer advertiser-favored younger viewers).
It’s pulled about the same
viewership this year, despite its
well-publicized farewell season.
AP photo
MurAl Director Bill MenschinG helps prepare the ceiling for a new mural in the main catalog
room at the New York Public Library in New York, on Thursday.
N.Y. Public Library installs re-creation
of century-old ceiling mural painting
NEW YORK (AP) — It wasn’t
your run-of-the-mill package
delivery.
A truck that pulled up to the
New York Public Library on Fifth
Avenue this week delivered a 33foot-by-27-foot mural depicting
soft billowy clouds, a recreation
of the century-old ceiling painting in its Bill Blass Public
Catalog Room.
It arrived in two sections —
canvases tightly rolled up like
rugs — and hoisted up 50 feet to
a massive scaffold “dance floor”
that ran the length of the ceiling
where conservators and other
artists were still busy working.
On Thursday, the canvases were
rolled out, measured and over
many hours installed over the
existing mural that experts had
determined was beyond repair.
Centered over the 75-by-80foot room, the mural is surrounded by ornamental elements of cast plaster finished in
a faux wood grain as if in a
Baroque frame.
The catalog room is adjacent
to the majestic nearly triplesized Rose Main Reading Room,
whose mural ceiling was similarly replicated in the 1990s by the
same firm commissioned for the
current project, EverGreene
Architectural Arts. The original
murals are the work of renowned
American muralist and Tiffany
Studios designer James Wall
Finn, which he created in 1911,
the year the grand Beaux Artsstyle library, officially known as
the Stephen A. Schwarzman
Building, opened.
Both historic rooms have been
closed since May 2014 when a
16-inch plaster rosette dropped
from the reading rooms’ ornate
ceiling.
That precipitated an inspection of the catalog room where
the mural was found to have suffered irreparable discoloration,
overpainting and water damage
during its 105-year history.
“It is important, as great stewards of this beloved landmark, to
ensure those ceilings are as
inspiring now as they were when
the building opened in 1911,”
said NYPL President Tony Marx.
Both rooms are slated to open
in the fall.
Standing on the scaffold platform just feet from the ceiling,
the project manager and architectural conservator described
the painstaking work of readying
the site for the new mural.
“We’ve touched every inch of
the
ceiling,”
said
Neela
Wickremesinghe. “We vacuumed
and hand-cleaned the entire ceiling ... and in the process anything that has been loose has
been secured.”
Wickremesinghe and her team
of decorative painters, conservation technicians and other
artists began working on site on
Feb. 1, everything from securing
plaster elements to “in-painting,”
matching colors of missing paint
in the decorative cast plaster
perimeter.
They also secured all the
rosettes, drilling imperceptible
holes in them and then fastening
them to the attic side with small
steel cables.
And in case it was ever needed, the special wallpaper primer
and clay-based adhesive used
for affixing the new mural also
make the whole process
reversible.
“In conservation work you
want to make sure that you can
always go backward,” said
Wickremesinghe.
Work on the mural replication
began at the EverGreene’s
Manhattan studios in January.
Its artist, Zinni Veshi, called it
“the most exciting job I have
done in 14 years,” describing the
mural’s clouds “like a symphony” that’s in harmony with the
building.
“What we tried to do is create
this timeless sky. ... to get lost in
and to contemplate under,” said
mural director Bill Mensching.
Because the mural was so far
gone, they relied on examples of
Finn’s other works found around
New York City, including at the
Morgan Library & Museum and
also the black and white photos
the company used to recreate
the similar mural in the Rose
reading room.
Lady Gaga’s childhood piano could fetch $200,000
NEW YORK (AP) — Lady Gaga
was only 5 years old when she
wrote her first song on an
upright piano that her grandparents bought. Now the instrument
that inspired the pop music sensation is going on the auction
block at a pre-sale estimate of
$100,000 to $200,000.
The piano is being offered at
Julien’s Auctions’ “Music Icons”
memorabilia sale at the Hard
Rock Cafe New York on May 21. A
portion of the proceeds from the
sale of the piano will benefit the
Born This Way Foundation,
launched by Gaga in 2012 to
empower youth. The organization
also addresses issues of bullying,
poor body image, and acceptance
and tolerance.
The Everett Piano Co. instrument was featured in a 20112012 “Women Who Rock” exhibition at the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame and Museum in Cleveland.
Gaga’s paternal grandparents
purchased the piano for $780 in
1966 and later gave it to her parents.
Little Stefani Germanotta
began taking piano lessons when
she was 4 and wrote her first
composition, “Dollar Bills,” a year
later, a song inspired by Pink
Floyd’s “Money.”
“When Stefani started to crawl,
she would use the leg of the
piano to pull herself up and
stand, and in doing so, her fingers would eventually land on
the keys,” her mother, Cynthia
Germanotta, recalled once.
“She would stay there and just
keep pressing the keys to hear
the sound. We would then start
to hold her up or sit on the bench
and let her tinker.”
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