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“Huwagpo tayong maniwala, mga kababayan,”Nograles said. “The government is doing its best to address the COVID-19outbreak.” MANILA – There is no truth to reportsspreading online that there will be military control and an extension of theenhanced community quarantine in Luzon, Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles said. The PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group onFriday charged four persons with spreading false reports and information amidthe coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Policemen are seen at a checkpoint on the border between Quezon city and Manila on 18 March, 2020, as the Philippines imposed measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. AFP The Philippine National Police’sCriminal Investigation and Detection Group and Anti-Cybercrime Group, alongwith the National Bureau of Investigation, are now intensifying operationsagainst purveyors of fake news, added Nograles. “Anggusto nga natin, madaliin na ito. Gusto natin mapabilis na ito pero kailanganang cooperation,” he added. He branded the reports as “fake news.” President Duterte on March signedRepublic Act (RA) 11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal As One Act, which grants himspecial powers to solve the outbreak. Nograles also said all officialannouncements would only come from President Rodrigo Duterte, the Department ofHealth, and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of EmergingInfectious Diseases (IATF-EID). The quarantine ends on April 12. One of the provisions included in RA11469 imposes a two-month jail sentence or a fine of up to P1 million against personswho spread false information related to COVID-19./PN
Mrs. Geraldine (Lock) Banta, age 86, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on July 27, 1933 in Switzerland County, Indiana. She was the loving daughter of the late Ernie and Dorothy Marcella (Roeder) Lock. Geraldine was raised all over Indiana because her father was a teacher and attended the Vevay High School. She was a member of the Long Run Baptist Church. Geraldine was united in marriage on November 10, 1949 to the late Everett Ray “Dutch” Banta in Carrollton, Kentucky. This happy union was blessed with a daughter, Sharon. Geraldine and Everett shared nearly 59 years of marriage together until he passed away on April 20, 2008. Geraldine was formerly employed for 23 years for the US Shoe Factory in Vevay, Indiana until 1974, 1 year for the Versailles Extension Office, 3 years for the Census Bureau and then started farming with her husband. She was a former member of the Moorefield Homemakers Club and served on the Farm Bureau Board for several years. Geraldine enjoyed mowing her lawn, crafting and gardening. Geraldine will be remembered for her raspberry jelly, “the best you ever ate.” Geraldine passed away at 4:30 a.m., Tuesday, December 31, 2019, at the Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Geraldine will be missed by her daughter, Sharon Kay Ketenbrink and her husband, Earl of Rising Sun, IN; her grandchildren, Andrea Jo Ketenbrink, Heather Thomas and her husband, Dan and John Ketenbrink and his wife, Andrea; her great-grandchildren, Hannah, Mallory, Noah, Haley, Rachel and Logan and her sister, Joann Arnett and her husband, David of Rockford, TN.She was preceded in death by her father, Ernie Lock, died September 26, 1969; her mother, Dorothy Marcella (Roeder) Lock, died December 24, 1988; her husband, Everett Ray “Dutch” Banta, died April 20, 2008.Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 4, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., by Rev. Tom Rogers at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Friends may call 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Friday, January 3, 2020, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to Long Run Baptist Church. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
Press Association He continued: “Giving away 2 more tickets with players lounge as a sorry for yesterday game, just retweet to enter, meet u also in person and hand u my shirt. “Just to say I am human and like any others words can be upsetting, the money comments and performance tweets I can deal with to a degree.” Samba also hit out at the racism he suffered last night after a user called him “negro” on the social network. “As for the racist abuse I receive last nite I did not deserve at all, called it a early day today to be called a negro for a game of football,” he said via his verified account @cs4christsamba1. “2013 kick racism out of football, retweet if you are against it thank you, no matter what race sex or nationality STOP RACISM OUT OF FOOTBALL.” Samba was not alone in taking to Twitter after QPR’s latest defeat, with forward Jay Bothroyd left “absolutely gutted” by the result that leaves QPR seven points adrift of safety. Only seven matches remain but Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes remains convinced that Harry Redknapp can steer the west Londoners to safety. “Shocking first half,” he said via Twitter account. “No more breaks. Game every week. Its still in our hands. 7 games 21 points. Feeling calm and still optimistic. Keep the faith whatever happens.” That view, though, is not shared by former Rs captain Joey Barton. The 30-year-old is on a season-long loan at French giants Marseille and believes his parent club are destined for the drop. He said: “Realistically that’s it. Too much to do for QPR. Had enough chances to get something tonight. Can’t give 3 goal head starts at this level Feel its unfair to blame board, they’ve backed the managers.” Christopher Samba wants to start afresh and move on from Monday night’s miserable performance in QPR’s west London derby defeat at Fulham. The 29-year-old endured a torrid time at Craven Cottage, gifting the hosts the two opening goals in what ended up as a 3-2 defeat. Only the greatest of escapes will now save QPR from the drop and their latest loss saw Samba, who arrived for a reported £12.5million in January, come under intense scrutiny. The centre-back took to Twitter immediately after the game to apologise for letting the side down, before biting back at those questioning his value. Returning to the social media site on Tuesday, Samba said: “Good morning to all, hope u (sic) all ok and start to day with a fresh mind set move on from what happen yesterday only way to over come the past.”
McIlroy had just recorded his third birdie of the day to get back to level par for the tournament when he pulled his approach to the par-five eighth – a hole he had eagled on Thursday – into the water. And after a few seconds’ thought the 25-year-old then hurled the offending club into the same stretch of water on his way to recording a six, his third bogey of the day. World number one Rory McIlroy apologised for throwing his three iron into a water hazard after more erratic play in the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Friday. McIlroy recovered to card a round of 70 to lie one under par. “Frustration got the better of me,” he told Sky Sports. “Following on from last week I feel like it’s very close and to hit shots like that you get frustrated, but I shouldn’t have did what I did. “It all bottled up and had to let it go somehow and that’s what happened. I don’t feel good about doing it but I will hopefully have a new three iron on the way in the morning and be able to got out and play with another one. “I wouldn’t encourage kids at home to do the same thing.” It is not the first time McIlroy’s frustrations have got the better of him. At the US Open in 2013 he apologised for throwing one club and leaning so hard on another during the final round that he bent the shaft out of shape. And that came just months after he walked off the course midway through the second round of the Honda Classic, where he was defending champion, telling reporters he was in “a bad place mentally” before his management company issued a statement blaming toothache. McIlroy missed the cut in the Honda Classic last week and struggled to an opening 73 at Doral, but looked to be getting back on track when he began his second round with two straight birdies. However, the four-time major winner then bogeyed the third after driving into the water and three-putted the fourth before the frustrations of the course known as the ‘Blue Monster’ truly took their toll on the eighth. McIlroy added on Sky Sports 4: ” You can see I’m aiming left to try and cut it and it’s been frustrating this week because the shots I want to cut I draw, and the shots I want to draw I cut. I’m just not quite there with the swing the way I want to and another ball in the water wasn’t good. “(I have) another couple of rounds just to try and find a little bit of rhythm. I’m a little behind at the minute but it seems like the scores are quite spread out so if I can get off to a decent start tomorrow you never know.” Despite all the drama McIlroy ended up moving closer to the lead, with American JB Holmes finding water four times and running up a double bogey on the 18th to add a 73 to his opening 62. That left Holmes on nine under par, two shots ahead of compatriot Ryan Moore with former Masters champion Adam Scott a shot behind after a 68. The Australian is making his first start of the season after an extended break due to the birth of his first child, but also made light of switching to a short putter ahead of the ban on anchored strokes which comes into effect in 2016. “I’ve been playing a lot of golf at home with friends and family, thinking about it a lot and trying to come out better than I left last year. I’ve been working hard on a few things and managed to take it from the range to the course this week so far. “I putted well in the past with a short one, but felt I was very streaky. I had hot rounds and really poor rounds with the putter and the long putter just got me some consistency, taught me a few fundamentals I think for putting and I’ve managed to adapt that with the short one. “I had all that time at home to fiddle around and get comfortable with it so I thought I may as well make the adjustment now rather than stress at the end of this year.” McIlroy’s playing partners Bubba Watson and Henrik Stenson were both five off the lead on four under, Watson carding a 69 which featured no birdies, two eagles and one bogey. Press Association
… Answer tomorrow at MSCTHE two teams who will qualify for the final of the Mayor’s Cup will be known tomorrow when the semi-finals of the 2017 edition kick off at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground in Linden.In the opening encounter, the in-form Police will collide with Soesdyke from 19:00hrs, while the feature clash pits Winners Connection against Milerock in what is anticipated to be a bruising engagement.The outcome of these two games sets up a highly anticipated final on Thursday, at the same venue.Police have been the most prolific team in competitions this year, making the final or semi-finals on numerous occasions; and because of their rich vein of form and confidence, combined with the quality of players in their line-up, they are clear favourites to proceed to the championship.Players such as Quincy Holder, Kester Dundas, Lescharles Critchlow, Stefan Ramsay, Dwayne Wilson and the in-form Darius Frank between the uprights are all proven match-winners.Soesdyke’s chances of winning will rest on the shoulders of the skilful Tyrone Khan, the only player with a hat-trick in the competition.Players such as Colin McLean, Tyrell Khan, Alvin Batson, Colin Holder and Kelson Benson form the supporting cast and they will need to put together strong performances to guarantee a place in the final.What more could be said of the feature encounter between the two Linden heavyweights!Rawle ‘Boney’ Gittens, who will certainly be one of the more experienced players on the pitch will lead Winners Connection’s bid for a place in the final.His support could come from Marmalique Davidson and Keon Sears, who are proven contributors in the goals column, while Trakel Thomas and Derrol Dainty have been a two-man rock of Gibraltar at the back.The performances from Joel McKinnon, Denzil Fordyce, Nellon Waldron and Lorenzo Miller are crucial for Milerock’s chances of advancing, while Oswald Benjamin and Akeem Green have the formidable duty to snuff out Winners Connection.Over $1M in total prize money is up for grabs with the winners set to receive $500 000 and the Ministry of Citizenship trophy, while the runners-up take home $250 000 and the Busta trophy.The third- and fourth-placed finishers will walk away with $150 000 and $100 000 along with trophies donated by John Fernandes Ltd and Cummings Electrical respectively.A mouthwatering double-header is anticipated.
Related Stories Off Season: Kaleb Joseph is moving on from a lackluster freshman season after refining his game and bodyBackup guards Kaleb Joseph and Frank Howard flash potential in win over Montana StateBlum: The story behind Kaleb Joseph’s season remains relatively untold Syracuse sophomore point guard Kaleb Joseph will transfer, a source confirmed to The Daily Orange on Tuesday morning. He will have two years of eligibility remaining at his next school.After starting for the Orange and averaging 27.3 minutes per game during his freshman year, Joseph spent most of his time this past season on the bench as he played just six minutes per game and didn’t appear in a single game after Feb. 27.Fifth-year senior Michael Gbinije took over for Joseph as SU’s starting point guard and played 37.9 minutes per game. When Gbinije subbed out or went back to playing his more natural forward position, freshman Frank Howard assumed the point guard role.Joseph played in just six conference games this past season and averaged 0.8 points per game. As a freshman, he averaged 5.9 points and played in all 31 games. Before the season, head coach Jim Boeheim said, “Kaleb’s made the biggest offseason improvements physically of anybody that I can remember.”Senior Staff Writer Jesse Dougherty, email@example.com, contributed reporting to this story.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on April 5, 2016 at 11:29 am Contact Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+
The Gunners have slipped 12-points behind leaders Chelsea after back-to-back defeats to the Blues and Watford.But the Frenchman insists there’s a long way to go yet.Manchester United aim to keep pressure on the top four when they weclome Watford to Old Trafford. United are on a 15-game unbeaten run – their longest since Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. Middlesbrough will be hoping to end a seven-game winless streak when they host Everton, Mamadou Sakho could make his Crystal Palace debut in their game at Stoke. Sunderland boss David Moyes is hopeful of having Ireland defender John O’Shea available for their match against Southampton at the Stadium of Light. And West Ham host West Brom. Liverpool play Tottenham Hotspur in the evening game at Anfield, which kicks-off at 5.30pm.
Jamaican Co-Producer of Leonora, David Heron. Several actors with Caribbean heritage have prominent roles in Leonora, a play by American David Stallings which has a staged reading at the Williams CME Institutional Church in Harlem, New York on June 3.The reading is co-produced by New York Classical Theatre, Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Jamaican David Heron’s Sure Thing Productions. It is part of New York Classical’s “Diversifying the Classics” series.Antonio Miniño is director for the reading.Leonora is a Jamaican take on A Doll’s House, a 19th Century play by Henrik Ebsen of Denmark. Set in Kingston, Jamaica in 1951, the play focuses on Leonora Hartell, a black woman from working-class roots who is married to a white, well-to-do Englishman.Their relationship is challenged when secrets from her past emerge.Nehassaiu deGannes, who is of Dominican descent, plays Leonora. Her credits include the Off Broadway play Is God Is and The Balcony.Heron, who has written plays such as Against His Will and Love and Marriage and New York, is Dr Mike Newell, a friend of the Hartells. He has previously worked with New York Classical in The Winter’s Tale.Grenada-born Oneika Philips is Kalisa Williams, Leonora’s childhood friend. She has appeared on Broadway in SpongeBob SquarePants-The Musical.Lisa Tharps, of Barbadian descent, is Vinisha, caregiver to the Hartell children. Her Broadway credits include in King Hedley 11 and Romeo andJuliet.Aya Spence, who has Jamaican heritage, portrays Emma Hartell, Leonora’s daughter. She has appeared in the television series A Crime To Remember and modeled for Target, J.Crew and Little Marc Jacobs.Brad Frazier, who is best known for his role in the television series, Luke Cage, plays Leonora’s husband Tristan Hartell. He also starred in The Winter’s Tale.The New York Classical Theatre is celebrating its 20th year of free productions of classic works in indoor and outdoor locations in New York City. Voza Rivers is a respected figure in American theater, having produced a number of Broadway hits including the Tony and Grammy-nominated musical Sarafina!Artistic director of New York Classical, Stephen Burdman, expects great things from Leonora.“We are extremely pleased and very excited to have this entire cast onboard, to bring to life this incredible script by playwright David Stallings,” he said
Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Related Articles Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Once Ohtani came back last week, though, the chance for playing time shrunk. Pujols, who has been hitting better lately, is expected to play most of the time at first, leaving Bour on the bench.“It’s going to be hard to get him at-bats at the big-league level because obviously, the goal here is to win,” Manager Brad Ausmus said. “Going down isn’t punishment. It’s more that we want to get him at-bats to get himself right to come back and help us.”Bour said the chance to get regular at-bats at Salt Lake “can help. I have to figure some stuff out and get back.”Bour said he didn’t think he needed a mental break.“Mentally, I think I’m OK,” he said. “I think I’ve come every day with a positive mindset and do what I can to help the team. Production-wise, it hasn’t been there.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error MINNEAPOLIS — Justin Bour’s slow start finally resulted in him getting sent down to Triple-A.The Angels optioned Bour and his .163 batting average after Tuesday night’s 4-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins. They are expected to recall two-way player Jared Walsh to take Bour’s spot on the roster on Wednesday.“I can’t really say it’s coming to any kind of surprise,” Bour said. “The beginning of the season really hasn’t clicked for me like I know I’m capable of doing. There are two ways to look at it. I look at it as an opportunity to go down and figure some stuff out and get back as soon as possible.”Bour, 30, signed a $2.5 million deal with the Angels over the winter. They had hoped he could fill some of the gaps at first base while Albert Pujols was at designated hitter, prior to Shohei Ohtani’s return. Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Aside from his lack of production, Bour has had at least three embarrassing mental gaffes. After he’d been called safe at second, he left the base believing he’d been tagged out. He failed to run out of the box on a pop-up, allowing the Seattle Mariners to let the ball drop and turn a double play. He also was unaware of the Angels’ defensive positioning, so he stopped pursuing a ground ball that ended up rolling through the uncovered right side of the infield in Kansas City.Bour’s departure opens the door for Walsh to make his major league debut.A first baseman, outfielder and left-handed pitcher, Walsh was hitting .302 with 10 homers and a 1.002 OPS at Salt Lake. Walsh can play first when Pujols needs a day off, and he can also fill in in the outfield.Walsh has also pitched five innings so far this season at Triple-A, allowing two runs. He would be the Angels’ only left-handed reliever.