Mary Lou Doll, age 54 of Sunman, Indiana, died Saturday, August 4, 2018 at her home. Born January 16, 1964, she is the daughter of Viola (Nee: Riehle) and Joseph Hountz. She married Dan Doll September 20, 1986 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Brookville, Indiana. She worked in the custodial department at Hillenbrand Inc. and was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church and the Sunman Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.Mary Lou had many hobbies. For many years, she coached volleyball for several of her children’s teams. She enjoyed playing bingo, baking, sewing, cross stitching and loved tending to her Knock-out rose bushes. She loved watching the television shows COPS and the Family Feud and enjoyed taking trips to Indiana Grand Racing and Casino to watch the horse races. Being a member of the Sunman Fire Dep’t. Ladies Auxiliary, she would always be one of the first ladies to show up to help prepare meals for the firemen when they were called out for lengthy fire calls. Mary Lou never knew a stranger. Her true passion though was her family, especially her grandchildren and dog Jasper.She is survived by her husband Dan of Sunman; son Kevin Doll of Sunman; daughters Jessica (Nick) Weiler, Jennifer (Josh) Hall and Rebecca (fiancé Zach Henderson) Doll, all of Sunman; sisters Joyce (Albert Jr.) Kraus of Batesville, Indiana, Betty (George) Hoff of Georgia and Dorita Hodges of Lawrenceburg, Indiana; brothers James (Karen) Hountz of Guilford, Indiana, Joseph (Annette) Hountz, Paul (Marilyn) Hountz and Leroy (Kimberly) Hountz, all of Sunman; eight grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her niece Anna Kraus.Visitation will be held Wednesday, August 8th, from 4 – 8 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home in Batesville. Funeral services are 10:30 a.m. Thursday, August 9th, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Morris, Indiana, with Rev. Shaun Whittington officiating. The burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to the Sunman Fire Department, Sunman Area Life Squad or the Barrett Cancer Center at UC Hospital.
BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) – Barcelona’s rescheduled La Liga game at home to Real Madrid is set to take place on December 18 as both clubs came to an agreement after the match, due to be played on October 26, was postponed amidst violent political demonstrations in Catalonia.Following huge protests over the jailing of nine Catalan separatist leaders, the league’s organising body made an official request to the RFEF this week for the ‘Clasico’ to be rearranged, which was approved yesterday.The federation ordered the two clubs to arrange a new date before a deadline of October 21, and the two sides said later yesterday they wanted the game to take place on December 18.“In light of the ruling which postpones the match between Barcelona and Real Madrid and states the clubs must agree a new date, Real Madrid wishes to communicate that the date proposed by both clubs is December 18,” said Real’s statement.In a separate statement, Barca said they had argued in favour of the game still taking place on October 26 and had opposed La Liga’s plan to move it from the Camp Nou to Real’s Santiago Bernabeu.Barca added that they had “utmost confidence in the civic and pacific attitude of its fans and members”, also apologising to supporters who were inconvenienced by the decision and saying tickets purchased would be refunded.Real coach Zinedine Zidane said he and his players would accept any new date for the fixture, also calling the images of violence in Catalonia “difficult”.Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators waving pro-independence flags and chanting “freedom for political prisoners” joined marches across Catalonia yesterday, the fifth day of protests.Barcelona town hall said 700 garbage containers were set ablaze since protests began on Monday and estimated that the city had suffered damage totalling more than 1.5 million euros.An official from Barcelona town hall said around 10 trees were set on fire on Thursday. Regional police said 16 people were arrested across Catalonia on Thursday, while health officials said medical aid was provided to 42 people.Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola, a former Barcelona player and their most successful ever manager, called on European countries to try to resolve the crisis.“The international community must help us to solve the conflict of Catalonia and Spain and we need a mediator from outside to sit in and talk,” he said in a news conference ahead of his side’s visit to Crystal Palace in the Premier League