Those surviving who will cherish Ivan’s memory include his daughters, Becky (Gene) Stewart, and Robin White, both of Brookville; grandchildren, Lisa (Mike) McCullough, Matt (Kelly) Stewart, Ashley (Isiah) Dozier, Kristin (Alex) Smith, and 11 great grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Bud White. Memorial donations may be directed to the Mustangers 4-H Horse and Pony Club or the Operation Endowment in care of Franklin County Community Foundation. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Ivan White. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, July 21, 2016 from 9 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery. Ivan White of Brookville, was born on November 25, 1920 in Blooming Grove, Indiana, the son of Russell and Hazel Geiling White. He married June Miller on December 12, 1942 and she preceded him in death on July 19, 2008. Ivan was a retired businessman and partner with his brother, Stanley “Bud” White in White Livestock. He was a former member of the Board of Directors at McCullough Hyde Hospital and People’s Trust Company where he also served as chairman. Ivan retired young and was able to enjoy many activities with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. On July 15, 2016, at the age of 95, he passed away at Brookville Healthcare.
Deputy Charlie McConalogue has slammed the news that NO new Gardai will be coming to Co Donegal despite the recent spate of criminality.No new Gardai will be coming to Donegal.The Dail was told that there are currently 412 Gardai and 29 Garda Reserves serving the entire county.But Deputy McConalogue says this is down from 466 in recent years. And the Fianna Fail TD said once again that Donegal is a special case because of its close proximity to the border.“The Minister for Justice is just not listening to the fact that Donegal is a special case and recent weeks has shown that once again.“The Minister says that he will continue with intelligence-led operations ro combat crime but that is only one aspect of policing.“The bottom line remains that there is no greater deterrent to criminals than to see Gardai on the street. “The reality is that numbers for Gardai in Donegal have reduced from 466 to 412 which is around a 12% reduction.“That is sending out all the worng messages to criminals that they can just use the border areas to come and go.“We have seen evidence of this in recent weeks with incidents along the border,” he said. OPEN SEASON FOR CRIMINALS AS JUSTICE MINISTER SNUBS DONEGAL was last modified: December 13th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Charlie McConalogueGardaiJUSTICE MINISTER
Facebook Comments Related posts:Forget Lollapalooza; this year’s Riot Fest in Chicago is way better Radiohead announces 2016 world tour ahead of possible new album Q&A with Robyn Hitchcock: He began in the punk era but landed in Nashville Pop icon Prince dead at 57 The Red Hot Chili Peppers will headline Chicago’sLollapalooza festival, it was announced last Wednesday, as the alternative rock greats complete work on their first album in five years.The July 28-31 festival in Chicago, which is marking its 25th anniversary, also said that Radiohead would perform, in the latest date for the acclaimed British arthouse rockers whose small arena tour sold out within minutes.See: Radiohead announces 2016 world tour ahead of possible new albumRed Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis last month told a radio station that the band had written “two dozen songs” and was “in the home stretch” of selecting and recording them for the new album.Band members have said they were in the studio with longtime Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich as well as Danger Mouse, a diverse producer with a background in hip-hop who worked on the latest albums by Adele and U2. Lana Del Rey attends her “Freak” music video premiere at The Wiltern on Feb. 9, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Interscope/AFPThe album, whose release date and title have not been revealed, will be the first since the Chili Peppers’ 2011 “I’m With You,” which brought in new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer.The Chili Peppers emerged in 1980s Los Angeles as they brought funk elements into punk rock.Each of the band’s albums has entered the top five on the U.S. chart since “Blood Sugar Sex Magik,” which came out in 1991 during a surge of interest for music outside the pop mainstream.Lollapalooza was launched that year by Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell, who envisioned a traveling festival to celebrate music and alternative culture.The festival declined as fans increasingly found it too commercialized, but was reborn in 2005 as an annual event in Chicago’s Grant Park.Lollapalooza has since expanded internationally, with editions in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Germany, with a Colombian version to debut in October.For the 25th anniversary, Lollapalooza is expanding to four days in Chicago, one day longer than usual.Other performers include LCD Soundsystem, the influential New York electronic act that is reuniting for April’s Coachella festival in California, as well as rappers J. Cole and Future, the wildly popular Lana Del Rey, and many others.
In response to the rapid home price appreciation the country has been experiencing for most of the last four to five years, one U.S. Senator has introduced legislation to help families and individuals who are looking to purchase their first home but are constrained by affordability issues.Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), Ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee, has introduced a bill, the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Act of 2016 to aid first-time homebuyers. Wyden’s proposal would give first-time homebuyers a refundable tax credit equal to 2.5 percent of the home’s purchase, with a maximum credit of up to $10,000. Borrowers would receive the full 2.5 percent credit as long as the home is less than $400,000, which is the average price of a home in Portland, the most populous city in Wyden’s home state.“Our country’s housing policy needs a remodel,” said Wyden. “We have too many people working hard to support their families who can’t afford rent much less even think about buying their first home. The federal government needs to do more to repair the housing crisis at all levels, working closely with state and local governments. That includes making sure we are adequately funding effective programs to help people experiencing homelessness, getting low-income families access to quality housing, and making sure middle class Americans can afford rent or their first home.”“Our country’s housing policy needs a remodel.”Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon)Wyden’s proposal is aimed at helping middle-income Americans find solid footing, the credit would apply only to individuals with incomes below $80,000 per year and married couples with incomes of less than $160,000. Those who sell their homes within five years of purchase would have to repay a portion of the tax credit they receive, barring special circumstances such as job relocation or military deployment.In addition to the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Act, Wyden is in the process of finalizing a bill to be released in September that would help provide affordable rental properties for moderate-income families. This bill is modeled after the federal government’s existing Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and will encourage housing developers to build more affordable rental properties through a new tax credit.Click here to view the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Act of 2016. July 22, 2016 600 Views New Bills Take Aim at Making Housing More Affordable in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News First-Time Homebuyers Homeownership Tax Credit 2016-07-22 Seth Welborn Share