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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Anderson, Indiana F deaths Anderson daily bulletin q wed today february 2, 1983 Omoore seeks Council position Mary l. Downing former Anderson resident Mary l. Downing 88, Dayton Ohio died unexpectedly monday at her Home. She was bom in Lebanon ky., and lived in Anderson most of her life. She moved to Dayton in 1976. She was a member of St. Mary s Catholic Church and the War mothers ladies culture club third order of St. Francis and the daughters of Isabelle. She is survived by two sons James e. Downing of Anderson and Billy e. Downing of Hampton a. Five daughters Mildred Downing of i Indianapolis mrs. Leo Alyce Lucas and Betty Jane Anderson both of Dayton Ohio Edith Steans of Anderson and mrs. Leon Mary Catherine Watkins Silver Springs my. One sister Josephine Beasley of Dayton two Brothers Joseph m. Adams of Dayton and John Henry Adams Columbus Ohio 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 9 30 . Friday at St. Mary a Catholic Church in Anderson with the Rev. Thomas Metzger officiating. Burial will follow at St. Mary a cemetery. Friends May Call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Thursday at the Brown and Butz funeral Home. Rosary will be said at 7 .30 pm thursday at the funeral Home. William l. Turner William l. Turner 69, died at his Home in Detroit mich., Jan. 26 he was bom in Anniston Ala. He lived in Anderson until about 40 years ago. He is survived by his wife Ethe Lyn Turner Anderson two sons Larry Turner of Anderson and Joseph Turner of Detroit two daughters Loretta Hurt and Patricia Turner both of Detroit one brother Lazarus Turner of Anderson two Sisters Viola Turner of Steubenville Ohio and Martha Turner of California la grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Swanson funeral Home in Detroit handled cremation arrangements. Memorial contributions May be made to the epileptic foundation. Marx Carpenter Elwood a Mary Hazel Carpenter 84, Elwood died at the Parkview convalescent Center today following an extended illness. She was bom in Tipton county. She was a member of the Aroma United methodist Church and the new Lancaster ladies Aid. She is survived by one son. Paul Jarrell of Elwood and five grandchildren. Services will be at 2 . Friday at the Gopher and fester funeral Home with the Rev. Stephen p. Homer officiating. Burial will be at the Elwood City cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 to 8 30 . Thursday. Howard Wolgamott Howard Troy Wolgamott 74, 3709 Pendleton avn., tied at methodist Hospital in Indianapolis today from injuries suffered in an automobile Accident Jan. 21. Funeral arrangements Are pending at the Robert d. Loose funeral Home. Quot funerals Windham Annie 2225 Fountain St. A services will be at i . Friday at the powerhouse Church of god in Christ with the Rev. Louis Burgess officiating. Burial will be at East Maplewood cemetery. Friends May Call at the Harold e. Roseto funeral Horne thursday of talk i to if . And. Owe hour before the Church Serrie Barnhart Shirley fondle ton a services will be at to . Thursday at the Toen St. Plane Bright Chapel with the Rev. Wilbert Kidd officiating. Burial will be in Mendon cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Today. Shipley Randy a 2620 e. Seventh St. A services will be at i pm. Thursday at Baker Brothers funeral Home burial in i Maplewood May Call at the funeral hoi 2 to 5 and 7 Mary e. Noble Marion a Mary e. Noble 68, Marion died tuesday at Marion general Hospital following a Short illness. She was bom in Anderson and moved to Marion in 1956. She was a retired employee of Bennett Catholic High school of Marion. She was a member of St. Paul a Catholic Church past president of the altar and Rosary society and the last surviving charter member of Kappa Delta Phi sorority. She also was a member of the Marion general Hospital auxiliary. She is survived by her husband Harold a daughter mrs. James marshal Smotherman Seattle Wash a sister mrs. Louise Sanford of Anderson. Services will be at 10 am. Thursday at St. Paul a Catholic Church. Entombment will be in Garden of memories mausoleum h tinting Tam county. Friends May Call at Devine colonial mortuary 901 n. Western ave., from 4 to 9 . Today. Rosary service will be at 8 . Today. Memorial donations May be made to the St Martin Deporres Center he s. Washington St. Andersons fire chief has announced he will file today for the Republican nomination for one of three City Council at Large posts. Timothy m. Moore 40, is a 19-year Veteran of the Anderson fire department. If elected he says he will retire from the department next january when he will be eligible for a 20-year pension. Moore the Anderson native ran for 2nd District councilman in 1979 but lost by 263 votes to Democrat Andrew Orbik. The three at Large positions currently Are held by republicans Robert Humphrey Robert Hooker and Joan Wile. During his term As fire chief Moore said the fire department has operated within its million annual budget and has instituted several Cost saving measures. Working with the mayor and Anderson City Council the fire department has added an ambulance and Rescue truck on the City a South Side. He noted that for the first time the City is recouping some funds by charging non residents ambulance fees. Moore said he is a committed to providing the Best essential services attainable for the tax Dollar to attract new businesses and jobs. I believe that the assets of our own utilities police fire Street water departments Are the Type to attract new businesses we need to assure Long term jobs for Anderson. To continue business based diversification is the foundation to build Moore the father of three children is a member of the fraternal order of firefighters Moose Lodge and past president of local 1262 Al Cio. He is a former coach and manager of Meadowbrook Little league. On the fire department he has held positions As second assistant chief Captain and sergeant. Along with being a jewelry repairman he has owned and operated Vari Ous Small businesses for the past 19 years in Anderson. He and his wife Karen live at 3407 Forrest Terrace. He does not plan to name a Campaign chairman until after the March filing deadline membership month c births St. Johns a boy to Jeffrey and Pamela Trent 2715 blast Lynn St. A girl to John and Pamela Creaser Daleville. A boy to Tim and Roxanne Bailey 1524 w. Eighth St Community a girl to Lawrence and Joanne due Daleville. J to Myca a i v i join services it at the with the Tov officiating. Bur her will Mccray cemetery . Friends May Cash at Ole zip sep funeral Home 396 main St toy Toto today and brie hour before the Church services. Simpson Blanch Kokomo services will be at j . Thursday at filers Chapel with lift Tovy. Richard Frahm ofic Jatog. who be in Sunset gtofcaty1 a nerds May raft at tto funeral Honie from 5 to ,8 . Today Eastern Star services will he All 39p.m. Today. Benson Ida Noblesville a services will be Ai 2 . Thursday at Oaklawn merr Frial Chapel with the Rev. Richard Christopher officiating burial will be at Oaklawn memorial gardens. Friends May Call at the Calbin Randall and Roberts funeral Home from 3 to 8 . Today and 9 toll . Thursday. Ashba Virginia 1507 Aspen court a services will be at to thursday at the Weston Matey funeral Home with icarus Kineman of fixating burial will be at the East Maplewood cemetery friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9pm. Today Palmer Paul Kendleton a services will be at 2 30 . Thursday at the Wilson St. Pierre Bright Chapel burial will be at Cadiz cemetery friends May Call at the Chapel from 7 to 9 . Today. Congress wants a piece of your savings. What they of. Your mind a or Fiew huht8rs am a up to 60% of selected Winter a. A a sizes tops 36-52 Bottoms 30-45 recently Congress quietly passed a withholding Law that will Cost american savers Ami investors the use of 10% of their interest and dividends. In simple terms effective july 1,1983, this new Law requires Banks savings and Loans credit unions and other financial institutions to deduct 10% of the interest or dividends you earn on your savings and investments then Send the Money to the internal Revenue service in much the same Way As payroll deductions Are now handled. The sponsors of this Law have told us it was designed to catch a Small minority of americans who evade taxes on interest and dividends. But the truth is the Law penalizes the great majority of americans who pay their taxes faithfully. And it infers that All americans cheat on their taxes. What a More the Federal government is now getting All the necessary information it needs to curtail tax cheating in some cases your children a savings Are also affected. You la have to file a tax return regardless of their Ages every year to claim the interest sent to irs. If you done to the Money withheld will be forfeited to the government. This is Why we urge you to join our efforts by writing letters to our representative in Congress Dan Burton and to our senators Richard Lugar and Dianiel Quayle. Tell them you want the 10% withhold my tax repealed because it imposes an unfair penalty on savers like yourself. For assistance in contacting our representatives come to any of the Banks savings and Loans credit unions and other financial institutions below while visiting our offices please sign the petition which will be delivered to our representatives in Washington requesting their assistance in repealing this legislation. 3 we re All in this together. Because we All have a lot. Congress will get a Clear message from the voters needless Law. To lose. But if we All act now. Together. Back Home and Wark to repeal this i in. 2407 n. Broadway Anderson a the fashion store for the Mer Figun Quot hours . Kos sat 10-6 in a out Sun. 1-5 layaway Alexandria banking company american Federal savings amp loan association to arson Bank Xvi be Manv Anderson Community Hospital Federal credit Union Anderson Post office credit Union Brockway Glass Federal credit Union citizens banking company commercial Bank a Trust company con Cora employees Federal credit Union Elcan employees Federal credit Union Emge employees credit Union Exel employees Federal credit Union first National Bank of Madison county first savings a loan association of Central Indiana Frankton building a loan association i. It a \ \ Gem co Federal credit Union heritage Federal swings a loan ass Dalon Independent credit Union Indiana reformatory credit Union lamp co Federal credit Union Lynch employees Federal credit Union Madison county Bank a Trust Madison county school employees Federal credit Union Pendleton banking company Pendleton savings a loan association St. Johns Hospital Federal credit Union Security Bank state Bank of Lapel Summitville Bank a Trust company

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