Frances McIntosh, 95, of Moores Hill passed away Sunday, August 11, 2019 at Ripley Crossing in Milan. Frances was born Tuesday, October 9, 1923 in Gray Hawk, Kentucky, the daughter of Henry and Matilda (Smith) Peters. She married Edward McIntosh March 31, 1939 and he preceded her in death June 24, 1996. She was a former member of Moores Hill Church of Christ. She was the former owner/operator of McIntosh Grocery Store in Moores Hill and former member of Moores Hill Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed her flowers, gardening, bowling, bingo and was an avid Cincinnati Reds baseball fan.Frances is survived by sons: James (Pat) McIntosh of Decorah, Iowa, Kenneth (Cheryl) McIntosh of Rising Sun and Deron McIntosh of Dillsboro; daughter Sandy Hollitt of Milan; daughter-in-law Connie McIntosh; 11 grandchildren; 18 great grandchildren; 13 great-great grandchildren and sister May Quinn of Louisville, Kentucky. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Edward, sons: Jerry and Ron, 1 brother, 1 sister, son-in-law Peter and 1 step-sister.A service celebrating her life will be held 11 AM Thursday, August 15, 2019 at Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home in Moores Hill with Pastor Tom Holt officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Cemetery. Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 5 – 7 PM Wednesday, August 14 also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Frances to Moores Hill Life Squad. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 16717 Manchester Street, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032 (812)744-3280. You may go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
THE Guyana Football Federation is drawing up plans to provide extra financial support to its nine member associations to help with running costs and salaries so that football can have a stronger foundation for growth around the country, GFF President Wayne Forde has announced.The GFF wants to give its member associations as much financial and logistical support as possible to develop football in their respective regions, as it rolls out a wide range of programmes, and youth and other competitions.The CONCACAF President,Victor Montagliani,will tomorrow launch the GFF-Pele Alumni Frank Watson Memorial Intra-Association U-15 Tournament – Guyana’s first nationwide under-15 youth football tournament, which will create another tier for youth development alongside theNAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National U-17 League.“We have a lot of people that are involved with the administration of football that are doing itvoluntarily,” GFF President Forde said in an in-house interview. “We have to make changes toour statutes that would allow the (member association) president and secretary, and some of thepeople that serve football, to be compensated.”The GFF has so far employed nine regional Technical Development Officers and 14 YouthDevelopment Coaches to support its member associations in the delivery of programmes such asthe GFF-Scotiabank Academy Training Centres, as well as to oversee competitions.But key to the growth of the game is to properly fund the administration of the game at all levels,Forde said, alongside strict compliance and oversight measures to ensure that finances are usedfor their correct purpose in an efficient way.“We are going to make a bold attempt with the increase in the FIFA funding where we are goingto support our members by providing finances for their rental of their offices, telephone, utilities,and general office staff,” he said.
Authorities in the city of Bayannur, in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia, issued a warning on Sunday after a hospital patient, reported to be a herdsman, contracted the disease from eating marmot meat last week.There were four reported cases of plague in people in the same region last November, including two cases of the deadlier pneumonic plague.The case triggered a level-three alert Sunday in the Bayannur district. Health officials released a statement ordering residents not to hunt wild animals, such as rodents like marmots, and to report anyone with fever or showing other possible signs of infection.The infected herdsman is being treated at a hospital and is in stable condition, according to state reports. While occasional cases are still reported among hunters encountering fleas carrying the bacterium, it is unknown how the man became infected.
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