Anderson Herald Bulletin in Anderson, Indiana 8 Nov 2008
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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Anderson, Indiana
Saturday november 8, 2008 because life changes daily the Herald bulletin Anderson Indiana 75 cents time to schedule a Mammogram Corr Unity introducing digital mammography at Community Hospital Andersons women is Center Hospital Anderson with the technology and the people you can Trust. Ask your doctor or Call 765-298-5386 to learn about the importance of regular screenings. Obama s first task president elect assembles advisers Calls for Swift action from Congress the associated press Chicago a president elect Obama assembled his economic team Friday and soberly told the nation that Strong action is needed to confront a the greatest economic Challenge of our in his first news conference since being elected tuesday Obama called on Congress to extend unemployment benefits and pass a stimulus Bill. But his More ambitious remedies he said must wait until he takes office Jan. 20. Obama displayed an air of authority and Confidence standing before a dozen economic advisers inside labor department reports 10 million Are jobless in . / Page b7 and rows of american flags As he spoke for 20 minutes. He mixed lighthearted remarks about family pets even calling himself a a a Mutt with grim faced assessments of the nations economic predicament. A some of the choices that we make Are going to be difficult a he said Reading a statement before taking several questions. A it is not going to be easy for us to dig ourselves out of the Hole that we Are in. But America is a Strong and resilient Obama urged Congress to pass an economic stimulus measure and extend unemployment benefits either before or just after he takes office. As for bigger decisions he said the nation has a Only one government and one president at a time a and now it is president see Batna / a2 coming Sunda How did Madison county go Blue pm May no out of Cash in 2009 automaker reports $2.5 billion 30 loss the associated press Detroit Mich. A general motors corp. Reported a $2.5 billion loss in the third Quarter and warned Friday that it could run out of Cash in 2009 if the . Economic slump continues and it does no to get government Aid. Pm also said it has suspended talks to acquire Chrysler. While it did no to specifically name the automaker pm said it was setting aside considerations for a a strategic a while the acquisition could potentially have provided significant benefits the company has concluded that it is More important at the present time to focus on its immediate liquidity challenges and accordingly considerations of such a transaction As a near term priority have been set aside a the company said in a statement. Privately held Chrysler said it wont comment on Gmys statement but added it remains focused on returning to profitability. Pm said its Cash Burn for the Quarter accelerated to $6.9 billion and government Aid will be a a essential because of the slow Economy and credit crisis. If companies run out of Cash generally they can sell assets Cut costs or file for bankruptcy Protection to keep creditors at Bay while they develop a financial reorganization plan. But in a conference Call with reporters and analysts pm chairman and ceo see pm / a2 Job losses general motors will indefinitely Lay off about 3,600 workers beginning Early next year. Ford motor co. Will Cut about 2,260 More White Collar workers in North America. Online extras a video video of major news events from around the country. Click on the link at the Bottom of the Homepage. Forum discuss with other readers by clicking on forums. Online poll results what Breed of dog should the Obama family choose ? Labrador retriever Yorkshire terrier German Sheperd Golden retriever Beagle 13% 9% 6% 14% 8% Golden retriever other mixed Breed 14% 19% 31% 344 votes counted new poll question with cold temperatures and flurries on the Way do you think Indiana s in for a bad Winter yes or no log on and vote at organization Day the Indiana general Assembly will hold its organization Day on nov. 18. On that Day the House speaker and clerk will be chosen As Well As the leadership in the Senate. The general Assembly will open its Long session where lawmakers will work on a budget on Jan. 7. Lanane a an Honor to be chosen named assistant minority Leader in state Senate by Stephen Dick Indianapolis a members of the Indiana Senate democratic caucus have elected a new team of legislative leaders for the upcoming 116th general Assembly. During a statehouse caucus held wednesday the Senate democrats voted to elect state sen. I Simpson a Ellettsville As democratic floor Leader and state sen. Tim Lanane Danderson As assistant democratic floor Leader. Additionally state sen. Connie Sipes a new Albany was elected caucus chairwoman. The leaders assume new responsibilities immediately. A a it san Honor to be chosen by my colleagues a Lanane said. A a in la be Able to help i move Forward and formulate the to his democratic colleagues in the House it was Good news. A a that a great a said rep. Scott Reske a District 37, about Lananez a appointment. See Lanane / a2 Lanane Index a Safe sports by bulldogs Argyll sectional champs j nation world a7 Dakotas dig out from big blizzard today s weather a2 i pwn it High Low 44 31 for updated weather forecasts visit on hoops hallowed ground a Falls to hoosiers at Assembly Hall but players revel in atmosphere by Rick Teverbaugh Bloomington a these might not have been the Indiana University players of old or even the coaches of old for that matter but for the Anderson University Ravens it was still Assembly Hall. The five National championship banners still were Hung from the rafters with care in Hopes that another soon would be there. The seats were far from packed. A Good estimate was about 65 percent capacity or about 10,000-12,000 came for their first look at new in coach Tom Crean and a team Many fans be Able to pick out of a lineup. But a few among those who made the trip Here Friday trip were fans of the Ravens who watched an exhibition game Between the hoosiers and the Ravens who were Defeated 103-71. A originally we were supposed to play Evansville a said Justin Bates a sports information director. A but Indiana called and we decided to come the lure of More Money More exposure and the experience of a lifetime for Many of the players and coaches were too much to turn Down. Scoreboard 103 inside game coverage of the in a scrimmage. / Page by a a in a too competitive to say i enjoy this too much said James Edwards a president after a first half that saw his Ravens Trail 54-29 at the break. A a in a so Happy we were Able to do this. This is a bit like getting a horse to the Kentucky Derby. After that you really done to care where you finish. You re just Happy to be a coach Tom Slyder agreed with that idea. A you look at those kids and they re still smiling and they just lost by 30 Points a he said. A this is a special experience. I can to think of any other Way to put the Joy did no to Stop with the players As the head coach Felt see hoops / a2 a photo Indiana University guard Devan Dumes 33 drives to the Basket against Anderson University s Ryan Fultz on Friday during the first half of an exhibition game in Bloomington. Indiana won in a rout 103-71. The Ravens a Mcaa division Iii team lost by 32 Points but had the experience of a lifetime playing in the hoosiers Assembly Hall. Page designer Heather Bremer classified c4 deaths a6 local a3 business b7 movies b8 opinion a8 sports by scores b4 crossword Puzzle b5 lottery numbers a2 people amp places cd what s where a4
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