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Fourteen-year-old Jones, one of the Junior members coached by Head PGA Professional Alistair Welsher, hit the headlines recently when he won his first Lee Westwood Golf Tour tournament at Seaford GC with a nett 60, playing off 17 handicap. Sam Jones with Ian Poulter Winning at Seaford got Jones an invitation to compete in the Ian Poulter Junior Invitation at The Woburn Golf and Country Club, one of the top championship venues in the UK. There, Jones went round in a respectable gross 88 nett 74 to finish 16th out of 96 young golfers. Business Cards From Only 10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk Print voucher Our heavyweight cards have FREE UV silk coating, FREE next day delivery & VAT included. Choose from 1000's of pre-designed templates or upload your own artwork.
Source: http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/Reigate-Heath-G​olf-Club-s-Sam-Jones-enjoys-tour/story-19630748-de​tail/story.html







"If you look at it overall, I'm pretty proud of what we've been able to do with the resources we've had and (during the) crisis we had in terms of the economic downturn. It shows clearly we reduced spending and cuts in spending and in general government." The analysis, performed by the Alabama Policy Institute and released in Friday's "Follow the Money: Comparing the Governments of Alabama's Four Largest Cities" shows Mobile is outpacing cities of similar size when it comes to keeping general government and public works investments in check. The city, however, spends approximately $476 per capita on public safety for $92.8 million, making it the fourth highest among similar sized cities. Since 2000, the city's expenditures on public safety police and fire rose by 51 percent, according to the study. If Mobile were to reduce its public safety costs to the 10-city average of $452, about $4.6 million could be saved per year, the study states.
Source: http://blog.al.com/live/2013/06/mobile_mayor_sam_j​ones_study_o.html





'Flash Gordon' Star Sam Jones on His Triumphant, Crazy Comeback Role in 'Ted' (Q&A)



He had been sentenced to one year in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy for his involvement in a drug cartel ring. Reportedly, Jones had sold over 10,000 Oxycodone pills which led to his conspiracy charge and eventual prison sentence. Jones had said the reason he became involved in a gang selling drugs due to an effort to try to pay a friend back. He could have been sentenced to anywhere from 5 to 20 years maximum in prison, but made a plea for leniency due to personal hardships. Jones, currently age 33, has starred as the character Pete Ross on "Smallville" from 2001-2004, and then returned in 2008. He was also on "Smallville: Chloe Chronicles" in 2004. Beyond the fictional superhero show which follows the early adventures of Clark Kent, Jones has also appeared on "Bones," "Arm Wives," and "Blue Mountain State," in more recent years.
Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/smallville-actor-s​am-jones-iii-gets-prison-release-early





Former Smallville star Sam Jones III released from prison two months early after being sentenced to a year for conspiracy to sell drugs



If you want me to represent Flash Gordon, well, Flash Gordon wouldnt do certain things. HV: Like what? We won't give anything away but your character does some pretty racy things. Jones: WellWhat some of the characters were doing in the scene. Certain drugs. Certain things with the women. Flash has to be loyal to his character.
Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/flash​-gordon-sam-jones-ted-341510





Wasps flanker Jones thrilled after shock call-up to join Parisse and Co in Baa-Baas squad



Best pals Katie and Kirstie, from London, had been working as volunteer teachers at an orphanage when they were targeted as they walked back to their hotel through Stone Town on Wednesday evening. Two men on a moped suddenly roared up alongside them on the narrow lane and hurled acid at them, scorching their faces, chests, backs and hands. Police have questioned seven people in connection with the vicious attack and are now offering a reward of 10 million Tanzanian shillings, the equivalent of 3,971, for information leading to a conviction. They have also issued an arrest warrant for Muslim extremist Sheikh Ponda Issa Ponda who many claim inspired the acid attacks. Cameraman Sam said the girls told him their attackers nodded and smirked at each other before tossing the corrosive liquid and speeding off, the Sun reported. The teenagers were reunited with their families yesterday after arriving at RAF Northolt on a medical evacuation flight. They were rushed straight to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in west London to be treated at their specialist burns unit.
Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/zanzibar-acid​-attack-hero-british-2148225





Zanzibar acid attack: Hero British tourist helped victim as her clothes disintegrated and she "clawed" at burnt skin



'Over the next week or so we will be monitoring the domestic play-off matches in Europe and the various national squads for the summer tours. 'Also, one or Shannon tape two players in the squad announced today may not be available for both of our matches, so we expect to add other significant names in the near future.' Wasps rugby director Dai Young will coach the Barbarians for both games, so he has seen at first-hand what 21-year-old Jones is capable of. Italian stallions: Castrogiovanni (left) and Azzurri skipper Sergio Parisse 'It is a massive surprise, but an amazing one,' Jones told Wasps' club website. 'I am going to learn an incredible amount playing with and against some fantastic players. 'Even when you look at some of the back-row names in there already like Imanol Harinordoquy and Sergio Parisse, you can see what a great experience it will be for me to learn from these guys. 'Dai has shown a lot of faith in me by picking me and hopefully I can repay that and prove him right if I get a chance to play. 'I am looking at it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/rugbyunion/articl​e-2320645/Sam-Jones-Barbarians-squad-Lions-England​-matches.html







SAM JONES: You reach a point in your career when the weeks turn into a month or more of the phone not ringing. My wife said, Honey, get your a outside and dont come back until you have a job. [Laughs] I thought about what could I do. What I did was, one day I called a [major security] company that was known for hiring good professionals, elite guys. I said, What do I need to do to come on board? They said, Look, its going to take you a while to do it. They sent me to specialized training, and I excelled in that, and next thing you know I was sent to Los Angeles, protecting a billionaire. From there I was sent to [New Orleans in the wake of] Katrina to protect executives who decided to remain. I just excelled there.
Source: http://popwatch.ew.com/2012/06/22/ted-sam-jones-fl​ash-gordon/





'Flash Gordon' star Sam Jones is now a bodyguard in Mexico? The actor explains his career change



Clark's best friend: Jones had a big role in Smallville Before the sentencing he apparently begged the judge for compassion, explaining that he had lost his dog, his car, and his acting job on Blue Mountain State because of the drug charges. The judge allowed Jones some leeway due to his minor role in the drug deal. Smallville actor Sam Jones released on bail after pleading guilty to drug trafficking case It all started when in October 2009 the actor was arrested by members of the Drug Enforcement Agency at his home in the Canoga Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles. The once promising actor was taken into custody after meeting an undercover federal agent who was posing as an Oxycodone supplier. According to court documents obtained by Mail Online, the government seized a massive amount of drugs from the gang - 586 pounds of marijuana and 10,000 fake Oxycodone tablets, which the defendants believed were real. Let off lightly: The 33-year-old could have easily spent five years behind bars and 20 years at most The DEA described Jones as the 'Hollywood connection' to the drug plot. He played the role of Pete Ross for three seasons on Smallville, a CW series that follows the adventures of Clark Kent during the years before he becomes Superman.
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-22172​88/Sam-Jones-III-Smallville-star-released-prison-m​onths-early-sentenced-year.html

 

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