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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Anderson, Indiana Saturday november 8, 2008 the Herald bulletin Page designer Heather Bremer a a weather report there will be a fall chill in the air this weekend As highs Are forecast in the 40s today and tomorrow. There will also be a few sprinkles or flurries possible. With highs in the 40s, overnight lows will drop into the 30s. Forecast highs stay on the Cool Side through Early next week. Forec45t Hoosier Park racing a Casino find out about All the thrills at gaming. Racing. Dining. Entertainment. A cml Iii i 800-9 withal Randy Ollis Steve Bray Angela Buchman Brewer extended forecast regional Outlook n Ihn Mon tue wed Sprinkle am flurries flurries 4542485052 37 32 29 38 40 today a expected temperatures Anderson.44/31 evansville.50/33 lafayette.44/31 bloomington.49/32 fort wayne.42/32 muncie.44/32 chicago.43/32 indianapolis.45/32 South bend.41/34 cincinnati.49/35 kokomo.44/31 Terre haute.45/32 local information Friday High 63 Normal 56 record 76 1915 Low 46 Normal 37 record 16 1971 the Sun and Moon Sunrise 7 22a Sunset 5 33p Moon phases a it now. 13 nov. 19 nov. 27 . 5national temperatures amp forecast Moonrise 2 50p Moonset 1 59a t?itellicast.c0rt1 maps provided by City yesterday today tomorrow Hilo pre Hilo Tolk Hilo Ollk Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boston Buffalo Charleston, Charleston w. A . 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A a we re convinced that the consequences of bankruptcy would be dire a he said adding that the company will use every source of funding it can. A we need to find a Way to get through this and that a really our the company also said it will indefinitely Lay off about 3,600 workers beginning Early next year As it slows production at to of its Assembly plants. The news came hours after Ford motor co. Said it lost $129 million for its third Quarter and will Cut about 2,260 More White Collar workers in North America As the Indus try tries to weather the worst economic downturn in decades. As . And global economies have rapidly deteriorated Auto sales have nearly shut Down. Wagoner had said in a statement earlier that the third Quarter a was especially challenging for the Auto a consumer spending which represents close to 70 percent of the . Economy fell dramatically and the abrupt closure of credit markets created a downward spiral in vehicle sales a he said. The nations biggest Domestic automaker reported a net loss of $4.45 per share during the Quarter compared with a record setting loss of $39 billion or $68.85 per share a year ago. Its adjusted loss was $4.2 billion or $7.35 a share with an adjusted loss of $2.8 billion for its automotive operations. Revenue fell to $37.9 billion from $43.7 billion due largely to credit freezing across the Globe. The loss exceeded Wall Street estimates. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters predicted a loss of $3.70 per share on sales of $39.4 billion. The struggling company announced it would improve liquidity by $5 billion by the end of next year by cutting capital spending reducing sales promotions and further cutting production in the first Quarter. The company also suspended its Matching contribution for employee 401 k plans and suspended tuition reimbursement. In addition salaried employees will not get incentive pay next year for their work in 2008, pm said. It said it will slow Down Assembly line rates at North american factories beginning next year but it gave no details. It also said several vehicle new vehicle programs would be delayed but it would spend More on its Chevrolet Volt electric car and other fuel efficiency programs. But the cuts and delays May not be enough. A even if pm implements the planned operating actions that Are substantially within its control Gmys estimated liquidity during the remainder of 2008 will approach the minimum amount necessary to operate its business a the company said in a news release. A looking into the first two quarters of 2009, even with its planned actions the company a estimated liquidity will fall significantly Short of that amount unless economic and automotive Industry conditions significantly improve or it receives government funding the release said. Hoops continued from Page i it too. A this May be a once in a lifetime Opportunity for me a he said. A when you think of All of the people that have come through this building doing this makes you feel like you re a part of it now even if it was an exhibition two Ravens with local connections Jordan Wiseman and to Riddle each scored five Points and each Felt overjoyed to have played. A i played in the state finals and it did no to compare to playing Here a said Riddle who lived in Frankton for much of his life and played for both the eagles and for Muncie Central. A this is Indiana a it was unlike any experience in be Ever had a said Wiseman who won a state championship while playing at Lapel. A these in players get to play in front of thousands of fans every All of the Raven team believed playing against a team like Indiana was preparation for the regular season. A tonight we played against a lot of people who have better god Given Talent than the players on our team a Slyder said. A a we be had a very Tough schedule. We have three ranked teams who Are coming to our place and then our conference schedule. This will prepare us for Andersons team came to Bloomington on thursday and got in a practice on the floor that Day before spending the night. A that really helped Bond As teammates like a family a Wiseman said. A a that a exactly what we Are a Riddle said. A a in a new Here coming in As a Transfer and they have accepted me and i really appreciate it. This will help our team Anderson High school graduate Jeremy Dupree got in a second half slam Dunk. A the has a slam at Assembly Hall hell never forget a sly Der said. The connection with Indiana Isnit completely foreign. A a we be had some partnerships before with Indiana a Edwards said. A but we be never done it athletically because we live on two different much of the evenings attention was on ius first year coach Crean who treated the game like anything but an exhibition. His sideline Demeanour was quite animated. A i believe he a going to do very Well Here a Edwards said. A a in be been impressed with him so far this to comment on this Story see . Lanane continued from Page i a a it a the second highest position in the caucus a said Reske. A Tim rep Terri Austin a District 36 and i work together As a team. Our working together multiplies our Impact for Madison county in the general a i think that is wonderful a said Austin of Lananez a appointment. A a he a recognized As a True Leader and statesman. He a a Man of integrity who works Well with both parties. He a been a great Mentor to Lanane anticipates an corrections the Herald bulletin corrects its errors promptly on Page a2. Call 765 640-4800 or email to to bring mistakes to our attention. Indiana lotteries mid Day evening daily 3 0-4-3 daily 3 9-4-0 daily 4 7-9-8-1 daily 4 8-4-46 Lucky 5 Lucky 5 2-3-23-26-31 4-12-14-20-26 mix Ano match 7-9-12-41-47 Hoosier lotto estimated Jackpot $ 2 million p0werball estimated Jackpot $ 25 million important general Assembly session that begins Jan. 7. A the Economy will be a major focus a he said. A there is a lot of work to do setting after organization Day on nov. 18, Lanane said his caucus will meet regularly before the session begins. A the leadership plans to meet on a regular basis to set priorities on what a coming up a he said. He thinks one of the priorities will be formulating a Green Economy and How to get Indiana in front of that. Appointed to the Senate in 1997, Lanane serves As ranking Democrat on the Senate a judiciary committee and is a member of the Energy amp environmental affairs corrections criminal amp civil matters and local government amp elections standing committees. He represents Senate District 25, which includes portions of Madison county. Simpson has served in the general Assembly since 1984, representing Senate District 40, which includes Brown county and portions of Monroe county. A this election was evidence that the voters Are ready for Unity. They Are ready to see bipartisan solutions to real problems that Are facing hoosiers a Simpson said. A the Senate democrats continue to stand ready to work with our counterparts on the other Side of the aisle As Well As the members of the House and the governor to find solutions to improving the economic Outlook for our state and Hoosier Sipes was first appointed to the state Senate in 1997 to represent Senate District 46, which includes portions of Clark and Floyd counties. She has served As assistant caucus chairwoman since 2007. To comment on this Story set . I he Herald bulletin subscription and delivery to subscribe Call 765-640-4848 or visit . Seven Day or weekend service is offered. To subscribe Fez autopsy $14.33 monthly. Seven Day delivery regularly $17.25 monthly $49.85 for three months $94 15 for six months and $174.95 annually. Weekend fit sat., amp Sun $10.75 monthly $33.75 for three months $66 of for six months and $130.00 annually. Mail subscriptions $27.00 per month. Delivery concerns vacation stops or retailers needing additional copies Call 640-4848, 4 a.m.-6 p m. Monday Friday and 4-9 am. Saturday sunday. Non daily subscribers also receive Holiday issues labor Day thanksgiving Christmas new years Day memorial Day and Independence Day. Bonus issues to subscribers not receiving the thursday Issue Are delivered Jan. 17, feb 21, March 20, april 17, May 15, june 19, july 17, aug. 21, sept. 18, oct. 16, nov. 20, and . 18 Contact information Maxi switchboard 622-1212 sports .640-4849 circulation customer service 640-4848 publisher .640-2307 single copy manager.648-4214 managing editor.640-4845 editorial newsroom 640-4800 advertising director. 640-2312 business fax 640-4820 circuit Ion director.648-4255 classified.640-4825 finance director.648-4203 retail advertising.640-4853 production manager .640-4843 the Herald bulletin Assn 0893-908x a lists 025-280 is published daily by Nhi its offices Are at 1133 Jackson St. Anderson. Ind. 46016. The newspaper it printed partially on recycled paper using soy based inks. O postmaster. Send address changes to the Herald bulletin. . Box 1090. Anderson. In 46015. Periodicals postage paid at Anderson. Ind. Copyright 2008 a volume 140 Issue 144 or. Sabeti headaches migraines a dizziness arthritis a painful joints lower Back pain a sciatica numbness stiffness a fibr Myalgia carpal Tunnel a neck pain pinched nerve lower Back pain induced by pregnancy me can chiropractic amp wellness link 3003 n. Broadway Anderson in Comer of Broadway amp Hartman re 765.622.0600 a president elect Obama answers a question during a news conference in Chicago on Friday. With him from left Are vice president elect Joe Biden Michigan gov. Jennifer Granholm former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker and chief of staff designate Rahm Emanuel. Obama continued from Page i Bush. However he said a immediately after i become president i will confront this economic crisis head on by taking All necessary Steps to ease the credit crisis help hardworking families and restore growth and Prosperity a a in a confident a new president can have an enormous Impact a he said. Obama said he would focus on producing jobs and he mentioned actions to help the Auto Industry Small businesses and state and local governments. He left open the possibility that economic conditions might prompt him to change his tax plan which would give a break to most families but raise taxes on those making More than $250,000 annually. A i think that the plan that we be put Forward is the right one a he said a but obviously Over the next several weeks and months we re going to be continuing to take a look at the data and see what a taking place in the Economy As a Obama said he will review a congratulatory letter from Iran a Leader and respond appropriately. Its not something a that we should simply do in a knee Jerk fashion a he said. Obama said he wants to be careful to Send the signal to the world that a a in a not the president and i wont be until Stop in and Sample our new cinnamon Caramel Corn Homem e ice Cream Tutu Blackar Sperry hot fudge Ripple of $025 to per Cone fall hours monday saturday 10-6 a sunday 12-6 1423 w. 53rd St. Anderson 642-7247 Jan. 20.�?� he said he appreciated the cooperation Bush has offered in smoothing his transition to the White House and the presidents a commitment that his economic policy team keep us he expressed gratitude to Bush for inviting him and his wife Michelle to the White House on monday. Obama said he expected to have a substantive conversation with Bush. A i am not going to anticipate problems a he said. As he prepares to join an exclusive club of presidents Obama said a a in be spoken to All of them that Are a i did no to want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about you know doing any seances a he said with a Grin an apparent exaggerated reference to the former first lady a fondness for astrology. Also in a lighter vein the president elect said his family is looking for a dog that will not trigger his daughter malian a allergies. Ideally he said it would come from an animal Rescue shelter a but obviously a lot of shelter dogs Are mutts like he presumably was referring to his heritage his father was from Kenya his Mother was from Kansas. Obama has been meeting privately with his transition team receiving congratulatory phone Calls from foreign leaders and intelligence briefings and making decisions about who will help run his government. Great pud refreshments door prizes in store specials Christmas music Christmas open House Friday nov. 7th and sat., nov. 8th announcing. 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