It’s Our 100th Issue! Thanks for reading the Branson Globe. Always FREE! Your source for local news and entertainment INSIDE... June 19-20, 2020 • Vol. 1, Issue 100! Jesus Experience: Opens this evening at Music City Centre. Pg. 2 The Presleys: Opening for another season of fun. Pg. 8 ‘The Ruby Room’ brings R&B venue to Branson The “Dancing in the Street” preview on June 16 includes performances by singers Earl Lee, Derek Ventura, Ditannual ‘Doc’ Hutchinson and Andre Shepard with a medley of Motown hits. (Photo by Marshall Meadows) By David Stoltz Those attending the ‘pre-openTheatre, 2849 Gretna ing’ of The Ruby Room in the Majestic Juneteenth: Celebrating freedom from slavery. Pg. 10 WEATHER...page 13 Highs around 90. Chance of showers and storms for the next five days. Road, on June 17. got a preview of ‘Dancin’ In the Streets - A Motown Revue’ on Wednesday, June 17. It was a blast from the past with Motown memories. Derek Ventura, who was lead singer of “The Drifters” from 197284, felt it was time for “Branson to have a room that was intimate, where everyone can enjoy. R&B (Rhythm and Blues) and jazz.” As the theater’s name suggests, be prepared to ‘see red’ from the curtains and walls to the stunning ruby red floor. The 2,700 square foot theater seats 80 in an intimate setting. The Ruby Room is a venue that offers a stage, seating with tables or a place to host a party. It offers four shows weekly – a 1950s show, “Doo-Wop and the Drifters” Wednesday and Thursday nights and a 1960s show, “Dancing in the Streets – a Motown Revue” on Friday and Saturday nights. While many Branson Gospel or country shows cater to morning or after-lunch crowds, The Ruby Room’s shows are more matinee to-evening type shows, Ventura said. They will also offer table service with appetizers, flatbreads, desserts and a bar service. “We have built this to be a showplace for rhythm and blues in Branson,” said Ventura. Originally the show was set to open April 1, but the coronavirus pandemic put those plans on hold. Now, full occupancy is allowed where families and groups can be accommodated, although social distancing guidelines will still be observed. Ventura, a New York native who has been in the music business since the age of 13, was a 19-year-old lounge and wedding singer with a nine-piece band when he learned the Drifters were looking to replace a member who had gone solo. He was among approximately 50 auditioning for that role and, to his advantage, “I knew all of their hits” and had already performed many of them with his band. Ventura toured with The Drifters until 1984 when he left to pursue a solo career. All these years later, he and his wife and business partner Kay, were looking for a final destination “that spoke to both of us in our retirement, not mySEE RUBY ROOM, PAGE 3

2 • June 19-20, 2020 LOCAL Staff Reports Voices singing about the ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ will fill the newly renovated Music City Centre tonight with sounds of joy, sorrow and inspiration. “Our goal was to open by Easter and like everything else got put on hold because of the Covid-19 pandemic and health lockdown,” Pastor Chris Davis of Kings Chapel Church at Music City Centre said. The Kings Chapel Church itself will resume worship services inside the Music City Centre starting July 5, Pastor Davis said. In the meantime, the 450-seat theater will open tonight showcasing the extensive $1 million renovation of Music City Centre the church has been completing since buying the building at 1839 W. 76 Country Blvd. last year. Theater-goers will be dazzled by new lighting, a professional sound system, new carpeting, plush seats, and cooled by a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. bransonglobe.com ‘JESUS, The Experience’ comes to life at Music City Centre tonight With these upgrades, and a flurry of rehearsals, Pastor Davis said the performers are ready for the big night. “In the past some people complained it got too hot inside sometimes in the theater during summertime,” Pastor Davis. “So we invested in a new HVAC system, and a new roof.” “No matter how many people walk through our doors tonight, even if it’s four people or four times forty, we’re going to tell the story of Jesus Christ through voice and song,” Pastor Davis said. “JESUS, The Experience” is a full-scale, original Broadway-style musical that portrays the story of Jesus with a cast of over 40 singers, actors and dancers. The action packed show begins with Jesus being “lost” at age 12 and immediately dives into his baptism with many powerful and unique moments from his life and ministry. This family show portrays a wide range of emotions including many fun moments as well as the passion of His death and glory of His resurrection. “Jesus” was written, produced and directed by Pastor Davis, including all 20 original songs and is produced by Unto One Productions (which is the production company of Kings Chapel Church). Performances are weekends, June 19 - Aug 9. Tickets and exact show dates available at the box office or JesustheExperience.com. A scene from “JESUS, The Experience,” opening tonight at Music City Centre. (Submitted to Branson Globe) Pastor Chris Davis of King’s Chapel Church at Music City Centre welcomes visitors to the newly-renovated theatre. (Branson Globe photo)

bransonglobe.com LOCAL • RUBY ROOM Continued from page 1 self from the music industry but just from a life on the road.” “I was always on the curious side why they called Branson the ‘show capital’ or ’live capital of the world,’ when I performed in all of the major music capitals in my lifetime,” he said. The two did their research, trying to decide “hey, where would be a good place wherein I can still do my thing musically, without having to go on the road?” They drove from Denver to Branson, rented a cabin and took in some shows. “On our way back home we both agreed that Branson spoke to both of us because of the ‘hospitableness’ of all the locals here,” Ventura said. Ventura performed with the Hot Hits Theater in downtown Branson from 2016-2018. Originally hired as one of the singers, he was offered a show when it was learned he had been with The Drifters. And in 2018 his “Doo Wop and the Drifters” show won Best Male Vocal Group at the 2018 Branson Awards Show. But, he put things on hold in 2019. “It gave me time to do road shows – not that many – to keep the group fresh,” and gave him time to look at local theaters. A friend put him in touch with the owner of the MajesDerek Ventura and his wife/business partner Kay talk about how their new venue The Ruby Room became a reality. ( Photo by Marshall Meadows) DANICA: is a 10 month old female. She and her brother were owner relinquished because the owner had too many cats. This is one beautiful tuxedo. She loves to be cradled like a baby and is very quiet. This girl needs a forever home where she will share her love. tic Theater, who was able to provide the space Ventura was looking for. Around the start of 2020, Ventura had found his space. But the neglected third floor needed work. “So we decided that we could do something with this and turn it into our vision for a theater,” he said. Kay designed the interior, and Ventura’s in-laws not only helped prepare the theater, his brother-inlaw was the prime contractor. “Everything you see was kind of a family affair,” he said. Ventura sings first and second tenor and baritone in both shows. The show’s other members include Earl Lee, tenor and baritone, originally from St. Louis; Ditannual “Doc” Hutchinson, a longtime Branson performer and originally from Detroit, sings second tenor, baritone and bass; and Andre Shepard, a long time performer in Branson as well, sings first and second tenor and baritone in the Motown Revue. Eventually Ventura plans to add a jazz Sunday brunch with live jazz musicians and has plans for a “blues night” with live blues musicians. “Those two styles of music all encompass rhythm and blues, and so I want this to be recognized as the showplace that Branson has for all types of music in the rhythm and blues genre,” he said. For more information go to website, https://www.therubyroomatthemajestic.com/, or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rubyroombranson/. WHISKEY: is a 1 year old male Catahoula Leopard mix. He was found running the streets with his friend Patty. He does good on a leash and loves people. He is good with other dogs. Come by the shelter and meet this handsome dog. June 19-20, 2020 • 3 Pets of the Week Tri-Lakes Humane Society, Reeds Spring Call (417) 272-8113 or visit www.tri-lakeshumanesoc.org

4 • June 19-20, 2020 OPINION By Gary J. Groman, a.k.a. The Ole Seagull In 2015, when I thought of interviewing a Branson entertainer about their Father in honor of Father’s Day, the first thing that came to mind was talking to Jimmy Osmond about his dad, George. I saw my first Osmond Brother’s show about 25 years ago. As they introduced their Mother and Father to the audience, I was impressed with the obvious affection and respect they had for their parents. At intermission, I met George for Kim Rohde Publisher (417) 872-2951 lkimrohde@yahoo.com Brenda Meadows Editor & Staff Writer (417) 231-7601 info@BransonGlobe.com David Stoltz News Correspondent (228) 355-2900 itcdls@gmail.com Gary Groman, a.k.a. The Ole Seagull Columnist Emeritus Rob Doherty Account Representative & Distribution Manager (504) 583-8907 robd@bransonglobe.com Karen Halfpop Digital/Production Director production@ BransonGlobe.com Submit a letter to the editor: Letters to the editor that are sent via e-mail and are fewer than 400 words are given preference. Published or unpublished letters become the property of the newspaper and will not be returned. All letters must include name, address, and verifiable phone number. the first time. I asked him, “Amid all of their fame, how have you have managed to engender this type of respect and honor?” That question led to a relationship that I will cherish into eternity. The answer to that question will be evident in the responses that follow. Jimmy Osmond took time from his busy schedule for an interview about his Father. He shared some thoughts and remembrances about what an amazing Father he had, Gary Groman. (File) and the influence his Father had, not only on his career but also on his life and that of the Osmond family. The interview was conducted by the Ole Seagull (TOSG) with Jimmy (JO), using a “Q & A” format. Its purpose was to honor fathers on Father’s Day by sharing an example of a father who truly exemplified the highest standards of what “Fatherhood” means. TOSG: What one word describes what your Father meant to you? JO: Integrity. TOSG: Why that word? JO: That’s what he stood for in everything he did. I never saw my dad swear in all my years, and I never saw him take a drink. He would say, “Choose the right, and let the consequence follow.” And he did. He was always honest in his business dealings even when there was an easier way. TOSG: What is the one thing your Father said to you that has had the most influence on your life? JO: “Pour it on, son.” Whenever I think about my daddy, I think about “pour it on,” which meant “give it your all and keep going.” I remember so many times when I did not want to keep going, and I’d have that in the back of my brain, “Pour it on.” Even when we buried my dad, all I could feel was him saying, “Pour it on.” TOSG: What’s your fondest memory of something you and your dad shared privately? bransonglobe.com A Father’s Day tribute to ‘Father Osmond,’ a father’s father JO: I can “yodel whistle” as could my dad. We had a ranch, and since I was the youngest, I always had to go with him to the ranch. As we traveled to and from the ranch, we would whistle all the way up there and all the way back. Every night before we went to bed, he would say his prayers with me and count his blessings, which was each one of his kids. He would say, “I am only as strong as my weakest child,” which was pretty cool. TOSG: What was one of his characteristics that you admired the most? JO: How he loved us all the same. TOSG: What’s your fondest memory of something your whole family shared with your Father? JO: I think the best times ended up being the hardest times. We had a saying, “Tragedy plus time equals humor, and we’d laugh SEE FATHER’S DAY, PAGE 7 OPINION: Maybe it’s time to become ‘uncomfortable’ My name is Pryce Maxim Rohde. I’m 25 years old, and grew up in southwest Missouri. I graduated from Ozark High School, and graduated Cum Laude from Missouri State University, with bachelor of science degrees in finance and economics. I now work in the field of finance. I am an avid fan of classic rock and metal music, and I play the guitar. I have a question for you: What race do you think I am? Do you assume I’m white because of surface level details? Spoiler alert: I’m a Black American. Does that change your opinion of me? I truly believe for actual change, one has to be uncomfortable. You become comfortable because of things that have been said and done countless times. Maybe it’s time to for everyone to become uncomfortable. I’m not a proponent of victim mentality, but I do believe it’s time to recognize the injustices and crimes committed against full-blooded Americans. Americans who work their hands to the bone, provide for a family, and work just as hard as anyone else. To grant freedom and liberty to one group BransonGlobe Your source for local news and entertainment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. info@BransonGlobe.com • Phone: (417) 334-9100 • Fax: (417) 334-3767 • 1447 US Hwy. 248, Suite EE, Branson, MO 65616 BransonGlobe.com doesn’t mean taking it away from another. It’s giving every American the opportunity for success and to have control of their own lives. So I just ask you to really think about this. How angry would you be if, no matter what, you weren’t given a chance? That the only opportunities were imprisonment or death? Is that fair when you’re just living your best life and minding your own business? @BransonGlobe BransonGlobe @BransonGlobe #Branson Globe

bransonglobe.com LOCAL Cherry Coffeecake: easy yet impressive-looking delight By Mommy’s a Good Cooker Coffee may not be one of my favorite things, but this coffeecake certainly is. It’s delicious, easy to put together, feeds a bunch, and looks like you really fussed. That’s everything I love about a dish! This coffeecake has gone with me to reunions, funeral dinners, and Sunday brunches, and is equally comfortable as a breakfast dish or a dessert. Another reason I really like this recipe is the versatility. Don’t like cherry? Simple. Make it apple. Or peach. Canned pie filling makes it easy to create a variety of flavors. Here’s our recipe. Cherry Coffeecake You Need: 1 cup butter, softened 1-3/4 cup sugar 4 eggs 1/2 tsp. salt 1-1/2 tsp. baking powder 3 cups flour 1 tsp. vanilla 1 can of cherry pie filling Cream sugar, eggs, vanilla and butter until fluffy. Whisk together flour, baking powder and salt, then add to the butter mixture. The dough will be quite stiff and sticky. Spread 3/4 of the mixture in a greased jelly-roll pan (that’s a cookie sheet with sides on it). Because the dough is sticky, I find it easier to grease or butter my hands and spread the dough in the pan so it covers the bottom. Spread the can of cherry pie filling, and then top with the remaining dough, dropping it by spoonfulls on top of the filling. Bake at 350-degrees about 35 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. After the cake is cooled, drizzle with a simple powdered sugar icing. Just mix powdered sugar and 1/2 tsp. vanilla with just enough milk to make a light icing. Cherry is definitely the prettiest version of this coffee cake, but try it with apple pie filling too. I use two cans of filling when making the apple version. Add a teaspoon of cinnamon to the dough. If you’d like, throw in a handful of raisins with the apples. June 19-20, 2020 • 5 Cherry Coffeecake. (Branson Globe photo)

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bransonglobe.com LOCAL • FATHER’S DAY Continued from page 4 about it someday.” We went through a lot of hard times, and I look back now on how he was able to be stoic in those moments and pull us together. We do laugh at those struggles because when our mettle has been tested, it’s been the best of times. TOSG: What was one of the most important things he taught you? JO: He was an amazing man. He didn’t teach me how to live; he showed me how to live. TOSG: You guys were famous at a relatively young age. How did he help keep things in perspective from a family point of view? JO: It was always, “One for all.” It didn’t make any difference who was out front as long as it was an Osmond, and we were to support each other. We had a career that wasn’t as narcissistic as that of a lot of people in show business because we were part of a team, and it wasn’t just about us individually. I was the first one in our family to record and have a hit record. I remember going to my dad and saying, “Hey dad, I’m number one, I have a Gold Record. Isn’t that cool?” We owned an apartment complex at the time. He looked at me and handed me a stick with a poker on the end of it, and said, “Go pick up the trash son. Do something valuable.” You’d think that was hard, but he always had a way of keeping me in perspective. Jimmy pointed out that they always prayed before every show because his dad wanted them to keep the right perspective. He said, “We always felt when we were on stage that we had a responsibility to not only entertain people and give them their money’s worth but to bring God into our productions and to realize where we get our blessings from. Father always had a mission about him. It wasn’t necessarily to preach our religion but just to share Christianity, love, and family.” This column was originally written for Father’s Day of 2015. However, its message of a son’s love for his Father, and a Father’s for his children, is timeless. Happy Father’s Day! June 19-20, 2020 • 7

8 • June 19-20, 2020 LOCAL Staff Reports The family friendly folks at Presley’s Country Jubilee will hit the stage Friday, June 19 to resume their 53rd year of delivering one of Branson’s greatest attractions, a country gospel variety show that began in a cavern. Gary “Herkimer” Presley is, as always, at the center of attention during Presley’s Country Jubilee. (Submitted to Branson Globe) The show actually opened March 13 and three shows ran before Branson and the rest of the country went on lockdown for safety and health reasons because of the Covid-19 pandemic. “At first, we thought it was going to last about ten days,” Gary Presley, president of Presley’s Country Jubilee said. “That turned out to be three months. We’re itching to get back on stage and in front of audiences.” Presley said he’s ready to pick up the guitar again and perform his “Herkimer” character. Herkimer is a “gut-busting” comedic hillbilly who has brought comedy and laughter to Branson audiences for more than fifty years. Presley’s Country Jubilee is a two- hour country gospel variety show for the whole family. The show features the popular Presley family, a troupe of musicians who have performed in the Ozarks for four generations. The family started originally bransonglobe.com Presley’s Country Jubilee back in action on stage playing at Fantastic Caverns outside Springfield on the weekends and in a similar place between Branson and Kimberling City. “The caverns were cool, 58 degrees. Modern air conditioning changed all that, of course, playing in a cavern,” Presley said. Today, the theatre is located at 2920 76 Country Blvd. The building itself has been remodeled and renovated seven times, according to Presley. It seats 1,600 people and will accommodate less, this summer due to the social distancing guidelines the theatre will ask patrons to abide. SEE PRESLEY’S, PAGE 11

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10 • June 19-20, 2020 LOCAL By Karen Halfpop, Branson Globe Digital/Production Director Today is Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration of the end of slavery in our country. Many people believe Juneteenth should be celebrated as a second “independance day.” Here’s a little more about Juneteenth. In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln declared in the Emancipation Proclamation that all enslaved people in Confederate states in rebellion against the Union “shall be then, thenceforward, and forever Dinner & Show for “TWO!” Get your tickets early as we are responsibly following the social distancing guidelines; as such seating is limited. *Plus tax & service fee. Exp. 6/30/20 * free.” The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t instantly free any slaves. The proclamation only applied to places under Confederate control and not to slave-holding border states or rebel areas already under Union control. However, as Northern troops advanced into the Confederate South, many slaves fled behind Union lines. However, as the war was coming to a close, Union Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger rode in to Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865 with the news, “In accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free.” That proclamation signaled freedom for Texas’ 250,000 slaves, however in some cases, slave owners withheld the news until after harvest season. Nevertheless, celebrations among newly freed black people broke out, and that was the beginning of Juneteenth. That December, slavery in America was formally abolished with the adoption of the 13th Amendment. “Juneteenth” is the amalgamation of the words “June” and “nineteenth”. Let Us Entertain You! See the World’s Most Entertaining... Live Music Show performed by the World’s Largest Performing Family! BORN to... ENTERTAIN! Voted “Live MUSIC SHOW of the YEAR!”- Brammy Awards HUGHES BROTHERS THEATRE 3425 WEST 76 COUNTRY BLVD, BRANSON HughesMusicShow.com 800-422-0076 A family celebrates at the Juneteenth Parade at Malcom X Park in Philadelpiha. Celebrations of Juneteenth date to 1866, when freedmen in Texas organized the first of what would become an annual celebration of bransonglobe.com Juneteenth: Celebrating freedom from slavery at very great cost “Jubilee Day.” Commemorations featured music, barbecues, and church-centered activites across the South. In the 1920s and 30s, the celebration centered on food festivals. Racial discord in the 1960s put the celebration on hiatus, however by the 1970s, Juneteenth grew in popularity and focused on African America freedom and arts. In 1979, Texas became the first state to make Juneteenth an official holiday. Today, Juneteenth is recognized as a holiday in 47 states - North Dakota, South Dakota and Hawaii do not recognized it as yet - but there is an ongoing effort to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. So far the efforts have stalled in Congress, but 2020 could be the year Juneteenth is fully recognized. The ugliness of slavery and the meaning of the Juneteenth holiday is brought in to clear focus by this quote attributed to Harriet Tubman: “I had reasoned this out in my mind; there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty, or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other; for no man should take me alive; I should fight for my liberty as long as my strength lasted, and when the time came for me to go, the Lord would let them take me.”

bransonglobe.com LOCAL Submitted to Branson Globe The Stone and Taney County Health Departments (SCHD and TCHD) have notified the community of an individual who has travelled to Stone and Taney counties while having symptoms of COVID-19. The individual visited locations in both counties and later returned to their home county where they tested positive for COVID-19. All identified locations have been notified. The following locations have been identified as locations the individual visited: • PRESLEY’S Continued from page 8 Presley said the theatre will be running three shows per week for the time being, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Typically the Presley Country Jubilee runs six days per week during the summer. The Presley Country Jubilee stayed connected to its audiences through social media. “A lot of folks wanted to know when we’re ready to be open, Presley added. “We are so ready.” The show also stays tuned with audiences via the RFD television network, where it has been a mainstay for more than ten years. The show is watched by more than 4000,000 people every Saturday. Presley said he looked forward to seeing the live, fresh faces of an audience. “I’ve missed only four shows in my entire life,” Presley said. “When each of my three sons graduated and when I busted my elbow one year. Hospital doctors wouldn’t let me out because of surgery, can you believe that?” Support Our Local Veterans! Monday, June 15 • • Panera at 10 am (unmasked) • Cough • Shortness of breath or diffi• Fatigue Individuals who visited these locations on these dates should monitor for symptoms. There is no need to self-quarantine or isolate unless symptoms develop. If you do begin to experience symptoms, please contact your healthcare provider. As a reminder, symptoms of COVID-19 include: • Fever or chills • Muscle or body aches • Headache • New loss of taste or smell • Sore throat • Congestion or runny nose • Nausea or vomiting • Diarrhea SCHD and TCHD also remind the community of the importance of interacting with their environment carefully and safely. If your are sick, or think you may be sick, you should Silver Dollar City, 11 am – 5 pm (masked) stay home. Wearing a mask and socially distancing is recommended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. As of Wednesday, June 18, 27 Taney County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, with 12 recovered. Stone County has reported 8 cases of COVID-19. For more information contact the Taney County Health Department at 417-334-4544, or visit their website at www.taneycohealth.org. In Stone County, call 417June 19-20, 2020 • 11 Individual who travelled to Stone, Taney counties tests positive for COVID-19 culty breathing Have a news tip? Send it to us at info@ bransonglobe.com 357-6134, or visit their website at www.stonecountyhealthdepartment.com

12 • June 19-20, 2020 STATE bransonglobe.com MDC reminds Missourians to celebrate safely By Joe Jerek, MDC JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- As people celebrate this summer, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds everyone to be careful with fireworks, campfires, and other sources of fire that could cause a wildfire. FIREWORKS: Don’t light fireworks in any areas where the sparks could ignite dry grass, leaves, or other potential fire fuel. Always have an approved fire extinguisher and an available water supply to douse sparks or flames. Wet the area around where fireworks are being discharged. Check with local ordinances and authorities for bans on fireworks and open burning. OUTDOOR BURNING: Don’t burn during wrong conditions. Dry grass, high temperatures, low humidity, and wind make fire nearly impossible to control. Check with local fire departments regarding burn bans that may be in place. A person who starts a fire for any reason is responsible for any damage it may cause. DRIVING OFF ROAD: Wildfires can start when dry fuel, such as grass, comes in contact with catalytic converters. Think twice before driving into and across a grassy field. Never park over tall, dry grass or piles of leaves that can touch the underside of a vehicle. When driving vehicles off road, regularly inspect the undercarriage to ensure that fuel and brake lines are intact and no oil leaks are apparent. Always carry an approved fire extinguisher on vehicles that are used off road. Check for the presence of spark arresters on ATV exhausts. MAKING A CAMPFIRE: Clear a generous zone around fire rings. Store unused firewood a good distance from a campfire. Never use gasoline, kerosene, or other flammable liquid to start a fire. Keep campfires small and controllable. Keep fire-extinguishing materials, such as a rake, shovel, and bucket of water, close. Extinguish campfires each night and before leaving camp, even if it’s just for a few moments. CALL FOR HELP: Call 911 at the first sign of a fire getting out of control. REPORT FOREST ARSON: Wildfires are sometimes set by vandals. Help stop arson by calling 800-392-1111 and reporting any potential arson activities. Callers will remain anonymous and rewards are possible. PRESCRIBED FIRE: Fire used in the wrong way can create disasters. Used in the right way, fire can help create habitat for wildlife. For more information on using prescribed fire as a land-management tool, visit mdc.mo.gov/prescribedfire. MDC reminds people to celebrate safely. Be careful with campfires, fireworks, and other sources of fire that could cause a wildfire.

bransonglobe.com STATE June 19-20, 2020 • 13 Missouri reopens for business amid the pandemic JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Mike Parson has reopened Missouri, but some state buildings will remain closed to the public to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Parson said in a Tuesday Twitter post that Missouri moved into “phase 2” of his recovery plan after the state’s social distancing order expired on Monday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The Governor’s Mansion and the state Capitol are still not allowing tours as of Tuesday. The Governor Office Building, which houses some state offices, was closed to the public on Tuesday, according to signs posted at the building’s entrances. “We continue to be hopeful for the future,” Parson said at a Tuesday news briefing. “But again, we have to remember that COVID-19 is still out there. Even though Missouri’s now open, it is still highly encouraged to practice social distancing.” The number of deaths in Missouri from the coronavirus jumped by 27 Wednesday, topping 900. (Editor’s Note: Deaths in Taney County as of June 17 stand at 2) The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 208 new confirmed cases, bringing the total to 16,625, and the number of deaths rose to 909 from 882. The data can lag, depending on when local health departments report deaths, but the increase was still among the largest since the pandemic began earlier this year. Chris Moreland, spokesman for the state Office of Administration, said 31% of the state’s workforce was working remote88 Partly Cloudy Chance For A Shower Or Thunderstorm 69 SUMMER Partly Cloudy Possible Afternoon & Late Night Storms 89 88 68 FATHERS DAY Chance For Showers & Thunderstorms 67 87 88 Partly Cloudy Slight Chance For An Isolated Storm 69 Morning Showers & Thunderstorms ly. “For the time being, we will continue to encourage working remotely if possible as we have been,” he added. In the attorney general’s office, staff are returning to work on a “staggered basis, with half of the staff coming in one week and the rest of the staff the next week,” said Chris Nuelle, spokesman for Republican Attorney General Eric Schmitt. Visitation at the Department of Corrections will be suspended past Father’s Day weekend, according to a letter sent to inmate family and friends on Monday. “However, we are finalizing plans to begin implementing new visiting procedures in Missouri state prisons in the coming weeks,” the letter said. “Visiting start dates will vary from prison to prison.” Your Branson Area Weather Source Loving The Ozarks FRI Branson Area 5 Day Outlook SAT SUN For support and helpful information, go to alonetogether.com MON TUE

14 • June 19-20, 2020 NATIONAL (AP) Jean Kennedy Smith, who was the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy and who as a U.S. ambassador played a key role in the peace process in Northern Ireland, has died, relatives said Thursday. She was 92. Former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, Smith’s nephew, confirmed her death. She died Wednesday at her home in Manhattan, her daughter Kym told The New York Times. Smith was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph P. and Rose Kennedy, and tragically several of them preceded her in death by decades. Her siblings included older brother Joseph Kennedy Jr., killed in action during World War II; Kathleen “Kick’ Kennedy, who died in a 1948 plane crash; the president, assassinated in 1963 and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, slain in 1968. Sen. Edward Kennedy, the youngest of the Kennedy siblings, died of brain cancer in August 2009, the same month their sister Shriver died. Smith, who married Kennedy family financial adviser and fuEunice Kennedy ture White House chief of staff Stephen Edward Smith in 1956, was viewed for much of her life as a quiet sister who shunned the spotlight. In her memoir “The Nine of Us,” published in 2016, she wrote that for much of the time her childhood seemed “unexceptional.” “It is hard for me to fully comprehend that I was growing up with brothers who eventually occupy the highest offices of our nation, including president of the United States,” she explained. “At the time, they were simply my playmates. They were the source of my amusement and the objects of my admiration.” Though she never ran for office, Smith campaigned for her brothers, traveling the country for then-Sen. John F. Kennedy as he sought the presidency in 1960. In 1963, she stepped in for a traveling Jacqueline Kennedy and co-hosted a state dinner for Ireland’s president. The same year, she accompanied her brother — the first Irish Catholic president — on his famous visit to Ireland. Smith later recalled the trip as “one of the most moving experiences of my own life.” Their great-grandfather, Patrick Kennedy, was from Dunganstown in County Wexbransonglobe.com Jean Kennedy Smith dies at 92; last surviving sibling of JFK ford in southeastern Ireland. Three decades later, Smith was appointed ambassador to Ireland by President Bill Clinton. Diplomacy, like politics, ran in the Kennedy family. Smith’s father was ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1938 to 1940. Niece Caroline Kennedy served as ambassador to Japan during the Obama administration. “We’re the first father-daughter ambassadors,” Smith told The Irish Times in 1997. “So I can’t remember a time when we were not an actively political family.” As ambassador, Kennedy SEE KENNEDY, PAGE 15 In this April 10, 1961, file photo, President John F. Kennedy and his sister, Jean Kennedy Smith, watch an opening day baseball game at Griffith Stadium in Washington. Smith, the youngest sister and last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy, died at 92, her daughter Kym confirmed to the New York Times. (AP Photo/File)

bransonglobe.com NATIONAL • KENNEDY Continued from page 14 played a “pivotal role” in the Northern Ireland peace process, Irish President Michael Higgins said Thursday. “An activist diplomat, she was not afraid to break with convention or explore the limits of her mandate,” Higgins said in a statement. “She will be forever remembered as the diplomat who had a sense of Irish history and of what had influenced the Irish in the United States.” Simon Coveney, the country’s Deputy Prime Minister, said her work in “reaching across political divides” was “invaluable” in Ireland’s hard-won peace. Smith helped persuade Clinton to grant a controversial visa in 1994 to Gerry Adams, chief of the Irish Republican Army-linked Sinn Fein party. The move defied the British government, which branded Adams as a terrorist. She also risked controversy in 1998 by taking communion in a Protestant cathedral in Dublin, going against the bishops of her Roman Catholic church. Smith said at the time it was a gesture of support for Irish President Mary McAleese, a fellow Catholic who had been criticized by Irish bishops for joining in the Protestant communion service. “Religion, after all, is about bringing people together,” she told The Irish Times. “We all have our own way of going to God.” Smith, who received Irish citizenship for “distinguished service to the nation” after stepping down as ambassador in 1998, worked tirelessly to strengthen the “enduring links” between the two nations, the U.S. Embassy in Dublin said Thursday. In a statement, the embassy quoted from one of her final speeches as ambassador: “Though I am leaving soon, I am not really going away because my heart will always be here.” Patrick Kennedy, whose wife Amy is running for Congress as a Democrat in New Jersey, also highlighted his aunt’s role in the Irish peace process as the crux of her “enormous legacy.” “She knew it was crucial to bring everybody in in order for there to be lasting peace,” Patrick Kennedy told the AP. “She took an enormous risk to her own reputation and stature as an ambassador.” Samantha Power, who served as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under President Obama, recalled Smith as a “generous mentor” to young women who was always brimming with energy, savvy and wit. “This is an immense loss,” she tweeted Thursday. Massachusetts Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III, who is RFK’s grandson and the lone member of the political dynasty currently in elected office, said she was an “incredible aunt” who led a “remarkable life.” “I’ll miss your trouble-making and your huge heart, Aunt Jean,” the Democrat tweeted Thursday. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, the dean of Massachusetts’s delegation to the House of Representatives, called Smith a “caring mother, a dedicated sibling, an accomplished diplomat and philanthropist.” In 1974, Smith founded Very Special Arts, an education program that supports artists with physical or mental disabilities. Her 1993 book with George Plimpton, “Chronicles of Courage: Very Special Artists,” features interviews with disabled artists. The program followed in the footsteps of her sister Eunice’s creation of the Special Olympics for disabled athletes. Smith and her husband had four children, Stephen Jr., William, Amanda and Kym. Her husband died in 1990. Her son, Dr. William Kennedy Smith, made headlines in 1991, when he was charged with rape at the Kennedy estate in Palm Beach, Florida. He was acquitted after a highly publicized trial that included testimony from his uncle, Sen. Edward Kennedy, who had roused his nephew and son to go to some nightclubs that Easter weekend. Among Smith’s other siblings, Rosemary died in 2005; and Patricia in 2006. “Certainly a distinct characteristic of our family was its June 19-20, 2020 • 15 size,” Smith wrote in her memoir. “A child in a big family constantly feels surrounded and supported. For me, there was always someone to play with or someone to talk to just around the corner, out on the porch, or in the next bedroom. I never felt alone.”

16 • June 19-20, 2020 SPORTS (AP) The recent national debate over racism has renewed calls for the NFL’s Washington Redskins to change their name, with Native American advocates believing the climate is right for action despite no evidence owner Dan Snyder is considering it. It could take pressure from the other 31 owners and the league office itself to force Snyder’s hand. A Redskins spokesman said the team had no comment, while the NFL did not immediately respond to questions about the future of the name. “(It) might be easier if the NFL as an institution or a corporation mandates the change because then it takes the pressure off of the Washington team themselves and Dan Snyder,” University of California, Berkeley, assistant professor of psychology Arianne Eason said Wednesday. Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser last week called the name “an obstacle” to the team building a new stadium and headquarters in the District, which would likely be on land leased by the federal government. The site of the team’s former home, RFK Stadium, is one option, along with locations in Maryland and Virginia when the current lease at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, expires in 2027. “I think it’s past time for the team to deal with what offends so many people,” Bowser told Team 980 radio. “This is a great franchise with a great history that’s beloved in Washington, and it deserves a name that reflects the affection that we’ve built for the team.” Snyder has owned the team since 1999 and shown no indication he’d make a change like Washington’s NBA franchise did in 1995, going from the Bullets to Wizards. When a 2016 Washington Post poll found nine in 10 Native Americans aren’t offended by the name, Snyder said the team, fans and community believe it “represents honor, respect and pride.” A peer-reviewed UC Berkeley study co-authored by Eason and University of Michigan diversity of social transformation professor of psychology Stephanie Fryberg that was released earlier this year revealed 49% of the 1,000 Native Americans surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that the name was offensive. That number goes up to 67% among those who strongly identify as Native. “How do you poll the use of the ‘N-word?’” said Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter, leader of the “Change bransonglobe.com Debate on racism renews calls for Redskins to change name the Mascot” campaign. “Are you actually going to take a vote on whether or not that’s OK? If you’re degrading and disrespecting someone, you should not do it, even though it’s just a few people.” Since the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, protests have erupted around the world, with much of the conversation centered on systematic racism and police brutality against black people in the U.S. “We are very much in a moment of reckoning around equity concerns in this country,” Fryberg said. “At some point, the NFL as an organization is going to have to make a decision whether teams like the Kansas City Chiefs and the Washington football team should be allowed to continue to systematically discriminate against Native people.” Redskins running back Adrian Peterson said he would follow what Colin Kaepernick started several years ago by kneeling during the national anthem to protest those issues, quarterback Dwayne Haskins took part in marches and coach Ron Rivera said he supports players in their First Amendment rights. Rivera said last week he launched an organizational town hall program for players and staff to discuss racism and that Snyder donated $250,000 to start it. Rivera, who is of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent and is the only Hispanic head coach currently in the NFL, has not been asked about the team name by reporters since he was hired in January. Crystal Echo Hawk, founder and executive director of Native American-led national nonprofit IllumiNative, doesn’t want Native Americans left out of talks about racism and hopes players join the cause. “It’s really an opportunity to educate players from all backgrounds that in this powerful

bransonglobe.com SPORTS moment when they are doing the right thing and they are taking a stand for racial justice, they need to also be taking a stand on this particular issue within the NFL,” she said. “There’s got to be a zero tolerance on racism.” Initiatives like Change the Mascot and IllumiNative also protest against other Native American team names, mascots and traditions besides the Redskins. Echo Hawk believes the “Tomahawk Chop” used by Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves and other teams and Native American imagery should be out of professional sports, though she and Halbritter take particular offense to Redskins, calling it a “dictionary-defined racial slur.” After the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office canceled the Redskins’ trademark in 2011, saying it offends American Indians, the team won a legal victory in 2017 when the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of an Asian-American rock band that a 71-year-old law barring disparaging terms infringes free speech rights guaranteed in the Constitution. It’s unclear if recent events have shifted the thinking of Snyder, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell or other owners. This week, Quaker Foods announced it’s retiring the 131-year-old Aunt Jemima brand and the owner of the Uncle Ben’s brand of rice says the brand will “evolve” in response to concerns about racial stereotyping, while Land O’Lakes in April removed the likeness of a Native American woman from its packaging. PepsiCo, which owns Quaker Foods, has partnered with the team since just after the Supreme Court trademark ruling in 2017. A Pepsi executive at the time said the name is “a team and league decision, in our perspective.” “We’re looking at other big brands and I think it’s just a question of when,” Echo Hawk said, adding she believes it’s more profitable long term for institutions to “do the right thing” and re-brand. She said it’s not a leap to go from the concerns of protesters over police brutality to the name, citing a recent study that showed Native Americans were more likely to be killed by police than any other group when considering the size of their population. Fryberg and Eason pointed out science shows the existence of these names and mascots increases depression and suicide among Native Americans. “At the end of the day, we should really be highlighting the fact that there are these negative implications out there,” Eason said. Halbritter hopes this movement is enough to change it. “Given what’s happening in this country, more people realize what dehumanizing other people based on race and its effect has on June 19-20, 2020 • 17 people,” he said. “It’s unfortunate that it took such a tragic event — tragic events — to come to that realization.” Support Our Local Veterans! Washington Redskins NFL football team logo is seen on the field before an NFL football preseason game against the New England Patriots in Landover, Md. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

18 • June 19-20, 2020 CURIOUSITIES built, 160 million-kroner ($24.2 million) Panda House that also houses female panda Mao Sun. Zoo spokesman Bengt Holst said that on the video staff could see how “the male panda crawls up a metal pole, which is studded with three rows of electrical wires ... and then crawls out into the garden.” He said the park now was looking at making changes to security around the enclosure “to ensure that it does not happen again. ” Zoo staff reacted “quickly Xing Er at Copenhagen Zoo. (Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix via AP) Panda escapes from enclosure at Danish zoo; returned safely COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — One of Copenhagen Zoo’s giant pandas escaped from its enclosure early Monday and roamed the park before staff were able to sedate it and bring it back. Xing Er, a 7-year-old male who arrived at the zoo last year, was seen on surveillance video breaking out of the newly and efficiently,” the animal was corned and sedated with a dart without being harmed, he said. Monday’s incident happened before the animal park opened to the public. “It doesn’t change the fact that we want to avoid that kind of situation in the future,” Holst said. The enclosure to house the pandas from China’s southwestern city of Chengdu, was inaugurated by Queen Margrethe and other dignitaries in April 2019. Beijing lends out pandas as a sign of goodwill. Any cubs born during the 15-year loan period are considered China’s property. Police: Florida man lets 12-yearold drive Jeep 85 mph JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man is facing felony charges after police said he let a 12-year-old girl drive his SUV and told her to speed because he wanted to be a “cool father” — even though he is not her dad. Shaun Michaelsen, 41, told the arresting officer Monday he is friends with the girl’s mother and that the girl and her friend were staying with him for a few days, according to court records. He said the girl had asked earlier in the day if she could drive his Jeep, so he thought “it would be cool” and that he was trying to be a “cool father,” the police report said. Michaelsen also told officers he had been drinking. Jupiter Officer Craig Yochum said in his arrest report that he spotted the Jeep make an illegal U-turn and then speed away at about 12:10 a.m. Monday. He followed and the Jeep reached speeds of 85 mph (135 kph) in a 45 mph (70 kph) zone before he was able to pull it over. He said bransonglobe.com that when he asked the 12-yearold why she was driving so fast, she said Michaelsen told her to. Michaelsen is charged with child neglect, allowing an unauthorized person to drive and causing a minor to become a delinquent for buying the girls vape pens — he says they requested, according to authorities. He was being held without bond Tuesday at the Palm Beach County Jail. Court records do not indicate if he has an attorney. We’d hope so: Shaun Michaelsen, 41, is facing felony charges. (Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office via AP) NOW OFFERING LEASE TO OWN OPTIONS 55+ Gated Master-Planned Community Located on Branson Hills Parkway in Branson, MO • Maintenance Free Living • Clubhouse • Discounted Membership at Branson Hills Golf Club • Amazing Location • Beautiful Valley Views CALL NOW 417.239.0951 SummitRidgeBRANSON.COm

bransonglobe.com HISTORY June 19-20, 2020 • 19 Today in History: Movies, sports and more • 1862 Slavery outlawed in US territories • 1865 Union General Gordon Granger declares slaves are free in Texas, now the date the end of slavery is celebrated across the US as Juneteenth • 1900 Republican Party nominates President William McKinley for re-election, but chooses a new candidate for Vice-President, Theodore Roosevelt • • 1910 Father’s Day celebrated for 1st time (Spokane, Washington) 1934 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) created • 1944 Five of the “The Magnificent Eleven” photos taken by Robert Capa during the D-Day landings at Omaha Beach, Normandy first published in “Life Magazine” • 1961 US Supreme Court struck down a provision in Maryland’s constitution requiring state office holders to believe in God • 1964 Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, home of the famous horticulturist, is designated a National Historical Landmark in Santa Rosa, California • 1991 Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar surrenders to police • 2017 First full genetic study of cats published in “Nature Ecology and Evolution”, reveals domesticated 9,000 years ago, descended from one species (African wildcat) • 2017 Bexit negotiations begin between United Kingdom and the European Union in Brussels • 2018 General Electric is dropped form the Dow Jones Index, the last original member from 1907 Movies & TV • 1952 “I’ve Got A Secret” debuts on CBS-TV with Garry Moore as host • 1956 Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin end partnership after 16 films • 1973 “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” stage production first opens in London • 1992 “Batman Returns”, starring Michael Keaton as Batman, Danny Devito as the Penguin, and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, is released • 2009 “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” directed by Michael Bay and starring Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox is released • 2015 Pixar’s animated film “Inside Out” is released with voices by Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black, Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling Sports • 1846 First offically recognized baseball game (played by Cartwright Rules) - NY Nines 23 defeat Knickerbockers 1 at Hoboken, New Jersey • 1989 Barry Switzer resigns as head coach of Oklahoma’s football team Birthdays • 1903 Lou Gehrig, American Baseball Hall of Fame first baseman (6 x World Series, 2 x AL MVP), born in NYC, New York (d. 1941) • 1978 Garfield the Cat, animated character “Big fat hairy deal” EXP 6/30/20

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