Read an issue on 8 Nov 2008 in Janesville, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Janesville Gazette.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 8 Nov 2008 Janesville Gazette in Janesville, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Janesville, Wisconsin
Weather a pm a a today 38733� a rain or Snow Shower colder sunday 42�/28� mostly Cloudy Breezy and cold a the Janesville a Gazette saturday november 8,2008 a our 164th year�75c sports Milton s soccer season ends with a 2-0 loss to Muskego in Wila state semifinal action. Aid for the automakers the big Tiree might be next in line for bailouts associated press Washington Detroit a automakers Are seeking billions of dollars in government Aid and asking Congress to help them survive the steepest economic slide in decades. They May end upsetting taxpayers Money for a simple reason jobs. Top executives with general motors corp., Ford motor co. And Chrysler Fly along with the president of the United Auto workers made their pleas to House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate majority Leader Harry Reid on thursday for a Rescue package. Here is a look at Why the com related a Cash crisis pm reported a $2.5 billion loss in the third Quarter and warned Friday it could run out of Cash in 2009,/Page 7b panics bailout and the challenges they face in get Ting government funding. Q Why Are the Auto companies asking for the governments hip a the automakers have been Hurt by the weakened Economy the credit crunch and Consumers shift away from profitable sport Utility vehicles. . Auto sales declined last month to their lowest level in More than 17 years. As a result the companies Are running out of Cash pm and Ford said Friday that they burned through a combined $14.6 turn to Cash on Page a a mind game that All in the cards Bridge challenges the skills and brains of its players by Shelly Birkelo str Janesville in the game of Bridge the Declarer a partner is called a Dummy. But done to let that fool you. Anyone who plays this card game is anything but. Bridge is interesting intellectually stimulating and certainly never Boring. A a it a competitive and you get a Chance to measure your Shirley Pearlman ponders her next move while playing Bridge at the Janesville senior Center. Skills against other Peoples skills. Its a mind game and the most enjoyable game in the world a Ray Benton said. The 84-year-old Janesville Man has played the game for More than 50 years teaches it and plays twice a week at the Janesville senior Center. Bridge played by millions of people around the world is it like no other card game. Of what other card games have their own newspaper columns a a it a More than a pastime. Its a passion. Players return to the table time and time again for the mental Challenge the Competition and the company of others who share their love of the worlds greatest card game a according to the american contract Bridge leagues web site. Local Bridge players Echo that sentiment. A a it a challenging a said Donna Farley Janesville who Learned the game in College and continues to play today. Farley and Benton were among 20 men and women who came together to play Bridge on a recent monday at the senior Center. 69 s. Water St. The non turn to Bridge on Page 5a former priests Book refutes sex assault claim Vosen plans signing event in Janesville this weekend by Ted Sullivan Janesville the Rev. Gerald Vosen was accused of sexually assaulting a Janesville boy at a time when paedophile priests made headlines but he said he a innocent. Yet the Church didst support him a jury did no to believe him and people in his parishes were left wondering whether the allegations were True. Vosen 74, has written a Book a a pick a number stories of Faith a and he tells his Side of the Story in a clap Vosen 1er that rips into the Janesville boys accusations and the Catholic Church. Hell be in Janesville this weekend for a Book signing. He Hopes the Book will Clear his name even though the stink of sexual abuse has Cost him everything his career his reputation and his Trust in the Catholic Church. A it hat had been my whole life for 42 years a Vosen said. A it was very turn to Vosen on Page a if you go who the Rev Gerald Vosen new Book Quot pick a number stories of Faith Quot Book signing 4 30-7 . Saturday 8 30 sunday. Where 461 s. Randall ave Janesville next to the former italian House. Cost $20 for Book or audio Book Witzel Gazette at a glance local a a legos toy or technology done to Tell the Evansville Lego lords that the plastic building blocks Are Mere toys. This group of to fourth through eighth graders make up the City a entrant in the Kirst i ego league a global program Cre ated to get kids excited about science and technology. The team used legos to create a robot it will enter in regional w league Competition today in Madison. Statema Man faces homicide charges a Loganville Man who gunned Down two people and wounded two others turned himself in Friday. Charles Witzel jr., 42, faces charges of first degree intentional homicide and attempted first degree homicide in Dane county. After learning his former Girlfriend had an affair with one of his friends Witzel shot and killed the Friend and shot the Man s Girlfriend. Witzel also shot his former girlfriends current Boyfriend and his brother killing the brother. Nati0n/w0rld6b 80 Obama challenges lie ahead i n his first appearance since election night president elect Barack Obama said he wanted to act urgently and Deal a head on with the nations economic crisis but recognized his Power was limited until he takes office Jan. 20. Obama spoke confidently but warned that the nation faces the Challenge of a lifetime and pledged he would act to help americans devastated by lost jobs disappearing savings and Homes seized in foreclosure. Gun sales increase sharply gun enthusiasts nationwide Are stocking up on firearms out of fears that the combination of a Barack Obama administration and a in Socrat dominated Congress will result in Tough new gun Laws. Last month an Obama win looked increasingly inevitable there were More than 108.000 More background Cheeks for gun purchases than in october 2007, a 15 precut increase. Death notices Hoa a Betty Geske to it Yttri in a James n. Seitz a Mot a Ellen Vogel Jane. The a Joseph s. lakes and Metairie. A obituaries Moa a Pearl a. Bracker/1 i a Robert Wilcox ii Mich and Janesville a Ronald a. Loudon t i a Lorraine l. Reigate Bedhead a Margaret est a Obama inside advice. 58 obituaries. .10a classified. .8b-12b opinion. 8a Horoscope .10b puzzles games. .9b legals. .7b state. _______4a lotteries Toa stocks. A movies 2a television.�,. .5b nation 6b-8b world 6b-8r 12307 56789 gaze text amp �2008 Bliss communications. All rights reserved. Offer cd for f%4erit�<riy Al id if combined totter offers
Search the Janesville Gazette Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.