Mr. James Robert “Butch” Hilligoss, age 78, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on November 26, 1940, in Lexington, Kentucky. He was the son of the late, John Hilligoss and Lucy (Florence) Kirkendall. He was a 1960 graduate of Vevay High School in Vevay, Indiana. Butch was inducted into the United States Air Force on February 14, 1961, in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving during the Vietnam War. He received the Good Conduct Metal and was honorably discharged with the rank of Airman First Class on February 12, 1965, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota. Butch was united in marriage on August 26, 1961, at the Vevay Church of Christ, to Peggy Jean Pike. This happy union was blessed with three sons and a daughter. Butch and Peggy shared 58 years of marriage together until his death. Butch was employed for Hide-Away Farms in Florence, Indiana, for 12 years and for Rexnord in Madison, Indiana, for 3 years. He was a member of the Florence Church of Christ in Florence, Indiana. Butch will be remembered for his love of cars, gardening and fishing. Butch passed away at 2:55 p.m., Friday, September 13, 2019, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana.Butch will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Peggy Jean (Pike) Hilligoss of Vevay, IN; his sons, James Robert “Bobby” Hilligoss, II and his wife, Pamela of Florence, IN, Roger Dale Hilligoss of Rising Sun, IN and Richard Keith Hilligoss and his wife, Susan of Vevay, IN; his daughter, Roxanna Janene Williams and her husband, Terry of Elkhart, IN; his 10-grandchildren, 15-great-grandchildren and 1-great-great-grandchild; his brothers, John William Hilligoss and his wife, Joyce of Big Rapids, MI, Victor Kirkendall and his wife, Loretta Dawn of Haughton, LA; his mother-in-law, Frances Lorraine (Peters) Pike of Vevay, IN; his sister-in-law, Shirley Neal of Columbus, OH and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his father and mother, John Hilligoss and Lucy (Florence) Kirkendall; his step-father, John Kirkendall; his sister, Shirley Peelman; his brother, Joe Kirkendall; his father-in-law, Ralph Pike; his brother-in-law, Kenneth Neal and his step-granddaughter, Carrie Ann Magyar.A Celebration of Butch’s life will be held by his family from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday, September 28, 2019, at the Switzerland County 4-H Community Building, 507 Vineyard Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Full military rites will be conducted at 4:00 p.m., Saturday, September 28, 2019, by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396, at the Switzerland County 4-H Community Building, 507 Vineyard Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to the Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The rain and gloom around the Sydney Cricket Ground which dominated play on day 4 mirrored the mood of the Australian cricket team, who were now on the threshold of losing a series to an Asian nation for the first time ever. When play did happen, Kuldeep Yadav spun a web and picked up a five-wicket haul in his first Test in Australia, giving India a 322-run lead. After 33 years, India had enforced the follow-on in Australia. Coincidentally, when it happened the first time in 1986, the venue was Sydney. However, bad light and rain returned and only 25.2 overs were possible on the fourth day of the final Test on Sunday.When rain washed out the entire first session, the dynamics centered on how Virat Kohli would approach the situation considering that he had nothing to lose. When play resumed, Mohammed Shami got a delivery to stay low to breach the defences of Pat Cummins (25), who had once again shown tremendous application like the way he did in Melbourne. Peter Handscomb tackled Kuldeep brilliantly by sweeping and whipping him for two boundaries but once Jasprit Bumrah got Handscomb (36) inside-edging back onto the stumps, the tail was exposed.Read More | Kuldeep Yadav takes five wickets in first game in AustraliaKuldeep trapped Nathan Lyon (0) with a flighted delivery and the batsman missed the sweep. The chinaman should have gotten his fifth immediately afterwards when Josh Hazlewood miscued a slog to midwicket only for Hanuma Vihari to spill the chance. Hazlewood and Starc proceeded to frustrate Kohli’s push for an early enforcement of the follow-on as they stitched a 42-run stand. However, Kuldeep finally had his fifer when he trapped Hazlewood (21) in front with a quicker delivery that skid through. His haul of 5/99 was his second five-wicket haul in his career and he became only the second Indian left-arm spinner and the first chinaman bowler to take a five-wicket haul in Australia after Bishan Singh Bedi.Read More | India v Australia, highlight: Bad light ends play, Kohli’s side on topAustralia were bowled out for 300 and India, armed with a massive lead, enforced the follow-on with both Marcus Harris and Usman Khawaja surviving some tricky overs. However, with the light deteriorating, early tea was taken but the rain ensured no further play was possible. The weather is expected to remain the same tomorrow as well, but it is just a mere formality as Kohli and his Indian cricket team etches their names in the history books.
zoomImage courtesy: US Coast Guard The 45-year-old containership Matsonia leaked oil on February 21 as it was moored at the Matson Terminal in Oakland, California.Crewmembers aboard the 217-meter, Matson-owned vessel noticed a sheen around their ship shortly after mooring and initiated the ship’s vessel response plan.They notified the U.S. Coast Guard and the National Response Center of the sheen and placed containment boom around the ship to contain the sheen.Divers contracted to investigate the sheen discovered a fracture in the hull of the U.S.-flagged ship approximately 15 feet below the waterline adjacent to the starboard fuel tank.Crewmembers completed the internal transfer of the heavy fuel oil to other fuel tanks throughout the ship on February 22 to mitigate the potential for more fuel to enter the water.According to the U.S. Coast Guard, a barge is expected to arrive on Friday to offload fuel from the 1,750 TEU Matsonia.
Mumbai: Actor Sidharth Malhotra, whose last few films have performed below expectation at the box-office, has dismissed rumours that he is taking a sabbatical. Rather, pinning hope on his forthcoming release “Marjaavaan”, he added that makers of action drama have ensured that he is presented in the film in the best-possible manner. “Every actor thinks about what he wants from a film before signing it. This film is an ode to all the heroes that I have seen in Hindi movies. I have always been inspired by the hero’s entry, action and stuff like, so with similar excitement, I started work on this film,a said Sidharth, about “Marjaavaan”, while interacting with the media at the trailer launch of the upcoming film. Also Read – ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ has James Cameron’s fingerprints all over it: Arnold Schwarzenegger He was accompanied at the event by co-actors Riteish Deshmukh, Tara Sutaria, and Rakul Preet Singh, besides the film’s director Milap Zaveri. Producers Bhushan Kumar and Nikkhil Advani were also present at the event, held on Thursday in Mumbai. There were reports that after “Jabariya Jodi” saw not-so-favourable response at the box-office, Sidharth had decided to take a sabbatical from signing new films, till he fathomed what kind of films he wanted to do. Before this, his only release in 2018, “Aiyaaria had also flopped. Sidharth is fairly confident such fate will not repeat itself with “Marjaavaan”. Also Read – Salman pays tribute to Vinod Khanna on ‘Dabangg 3’ wrap up To his advantage, he is back with Riteish Deshmukh in “Marjaavaan”. The duo delivered the 2014 hit, “Ek Villain”. The film is being billed as another vindictive drama that directly gives you a deep dive into the gruesome action you can expect from it Talking about the upcoming film, Sidharth said: “Milap (Zaveri) believes in the cinema that we all grew up watching, where a hero makes an amazing entry or does action and dialogue baazi. I personally grew up on cinema of this genre. I think for the first time I have got an opportunity to play a massy hero, so when I heard the narration of this film, I was very excited and inspired to do the role.” “Marjaavaan” is scheduled to be theatrically released on November 8.