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I was politically aware at a young age in general, but because I’ve got a large Democrat family that helped me to (understand) if there was a difference of opinion about politics, I was always respectful of that. ... but I’d always tell people, I don’t want any of you to do anything that’s going to hurt someone’s livelihood. I don’t want anyone to do anything like file for a prosecutor or attorney general, or the disciplinary commission, because that is what is what gets people not to want to run for office and that is what gets people not to want to vote. I said, no matter how bad things get, it can get bad to a certain point, but there’s a certain point to where you don’t go past. BecauseTuesday then itNovember becomes uncivilized. Now, as to the timeline: You know, the one thing I did that probably did not help 1, 2011 me, but as a citizen I’m very proud to have done this, was … there was a feeling among many factions that (former Hamilton County Prosecutor) Sonia Leerkamp needed to just retire and go away. I was friends with (Leerkamp) for years, but I felt that she burned a lot of bridges with the (Hamilton) County Council, when she called them extortionists, because hers was the only office that would not file work reviews for their employees, and I thought she had a horrible record on (sex crime cases). I believed as a citizen and as a county chairman that she and her executive staff were incompetent, and they didn’t work well with the county council. And that’s why I met with a man named Paul Felix several times. I felt I had to get Felix to run. Sonia told one of my good friends that, “I’m going to get him someday for this,” meaning me. And she sent letters to every precinct committeeman attacking me for supporting Felix, even though in past years I’d supported her. And then she lost that primary, and everybody was fairly happy. When the charges were filed against me by Greg Purvis and then by Vop Osili, one thing to understand is that this practice had been done by Democrats in the past against other local officials and nothing was ever done, no matter what the merits of the case were. It didn’t matter if you were a county chairman, or if you were an elected official currently, Sonia never went after anybody. It didn’t matter how bad it was. She simply didn’t do it. Or she called a grand jury and found a way to make sure they were given a “no” bill. So at the time I thought, Here they go again, filing yet another thing and this is ridiculous. because. No. 1, I didn’t do anything wrong and, No. 2, prosecutors across the state have priorities. They go after people that are dangers to society. They don’t spend their time letting three special prosecutors go after somebody for something like this. So here we are. I get this phone call to tell me that Vop, my Democrat opponent was in my office and (an Indianapolis television station) was there with him. The caller’s observation, or point to me was, “Charlie, I think it’s payback time.” And then a couple hours later, they announce they’re going to pick special prosecutors. Now you have to understand, this is six weeks before statewide election. Nobody does this. (Leerkamp’s) office doesn’t do anything quickly. I mean, look at their record on protecting rape victims. They don’t work this quickly. But they worked with greased lightning on this one. They decided to pick (special prosecutors) so quickly, right before the election, so the Democrats could run ads like the “Sorry Charlie” ads and have all the headlines they created, but here’s the thing though … we have a five-year statute of limitations on some of these things. What was the big hurry six weeks before an election to start on this when no other prosecutor in the state would?The problem is, and the biggest regret I have - and I don’t know how I would have dealt with this differently - but what I really regret is the fact that I didn’t take a step back and look at the situation. It’s been widely reported out of the entertainment of (an Indianapolis newspaper) about my wife’s debts. My wife had a hard life. ... I wanted to take care of the woman I intended to marry ... . I don’t regret helping my fiancée, but what I do regret is that I should have taken a step back and realized, for example, that the fact that someone did use her name and Social Security number to set up bills in places she never lived, or racked up bills in places she no longer lived, that it would mean I would have to put my name on bills, which they’re now using against me. 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It is our position the old adage “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” should be the mantra for all. Last month was National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and we encourage all women to be vigilant regarding their bodies. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Additionally, almost 2000 men are diagnosed each year. There are many different types of breast cancer and numerous treatment regimens. Women who suspect they have an abnormality should make an appointment with their doctor. The highest risk factor is being a woman and higher for those older than 60 years old. Heredity and unhealthy lifestyles also play a significant role. Although the risk factors for breast cancer are easily discovered on the Internet, one should never depend on that source alone. We encourage women not to be frightened of the mammogram procedure. Improvements have been made that have shortened the procedure time and also lessened the pain. Most insurance plans and Medicare cover the cost of mammograms. As we enjoy seeing the professional athletes decked out in pink, let’s not forget the reason they have agreed to don this color.

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It is our position when the Indianapolis Colts drafted Peyton Manning in 1998, they got more than they had bargained for. Very few athletes, if any, do as much for their community than Peyton has done for central Indiana. Not only has Manning brought excitement on the field and the kind of play that has captivated Colts fans, but his commitment off the field is admirable as well. Manning’s Peyback foundation has helped disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide leadership. Manning also has the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincents, which provides valuable resources for sick children. We believe the argument can also be made without Peyton Manning, Indianapolis would not have a Super Bowl. Very few losing teams get new stadiums and as we see from this year, Manning was a major factor in the Colts’ success. We do not want to speculate on Manning’s future playing in the NFL, we do believe if anyone can come back from a neck injury like this it is Peyton Manning. His hard work and devotion to the game has given Colts fans no reason to doubt him.

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FROM THE BACKSHOP Letters to the editor: Your take welcomed Now, before all the anti-Andy Cook folks get all riled up over Westfield resident Mic Mead’s letter to the editor (elsewhere in today’s edition), we need to make one thing perfectly clear: The letters section of this newspaper is open to all comers. Back during the primary election run-up, Mead wrote a load of letters touting the virtues of Cook’s candidacy. We took a lot of heat for that. We were told, among other things, we were “running” Cook’s campaign. Nothing could have been more off base. Time and again, we have stated in this space that this is your newspaper and that news is what our readers say it is. Again, if you want to write a letter and express a view, do it, please. Typically, we restrict length to 200 words. If we have fewer letters, we allow for a bit more in length. The point is, Current is not Cook’s public relations machine, as some have characterized it; were that the case, we’d be charging hizzonor approximately $250 an hour. But it isn’t the case and it won’t be the case. That we happen to agree with most of the moves he makes in an effort to better the city is only our opinion. Letters to the editor, then, may be used to express your opinion(s). Please consider submitting yours

Brian Kelly & Steve Greenberg to our managing editor, Lindsay Eckert at lindsay@youarecurrent.com. Thank you, and don’t forget to vote Nov. 8; it’s your right and your responsibility. ••• We’d like to offer hearty congratulations to the 98 Westfield High School seniors that recently were honored for academic excellence by the Westfield Washington Board of School Trustees at the 14th-annual Evening of Excellence. The annual program honors seniors who have a grade-point average of 3.8 at the end of their junior year. For the complete list of honorees, please visit www. currentinwestfield.com.

COMMENATY By Lindsay Eckert Westfield is opening a new thoroughfare for Hamilton County today, Cool Creek Parkway Road will be dedicated by Mayor Andy Cook at 10 this morning. Last week just up the street Wal-Mart cut the ribbon in celebration of its newly revamped store and those are not the only things brewing in Shamrock City. As the holiday season is slowly starting to whisper through the streets there are plenty of ways to get involved in lighting up your community. Westfield in Lights may be a month away, but the planning for the downtown Christmas festivities, including carriage rides, gingerbread house contests, a winter market and, of course, the official lighting of the Christmas tree, has reached Santa-sized propor-

tions. If you’d like to get involved in the event please contact, Chairperson Wendy Vivirito at wendy@ritao.com. Talking about getting involved, I will be holding “office hours” at Good Life Coffee House, 108 E. Main St. ibeginning Nov. 15. So stop in and share your stories and tips. I will be at the coffee house every Tuesday from 3 to 6p.m. If you don’t get the chance to stop by, send your stories, ideas and events my way at Lindsay@youarecurrent. com. I hope last night brought you many tricks and even more treats!

I will be holding “office hours” at Good Life Coffee House, 108 E. Main St. in Westfield beginning Nov. 15. So stop in and share your stories and events.

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Commentary By Terry Anker In 1882 wealthy poet, Emma Lazarus, along with a number of other artists and writers, was asked to donate an original poem to support the proposed construction of a monument in New York City. Originally she demurred, claiming she couldn’t really emote for a statue. Moreover, she was already charitably engaged working against the deplorable conditions of those fleeing antiSemitism across Europe. Eventually, she agreed and penned “The New Colossus” hoping it might bring attention to the difficulties faced by the arriving refugees into America. Not only was her work well regarded by those attending the benefit, officials ultimately declared it worthy of posting in bronze at the base of the new work, The Statue of Liberty. Although the whole of the piece is worthy of review, most of us remember, “Give me your tired, your poor Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed

to me I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” The imagery evokes the difficulty of sea-crossing in crowded vessels seeking a new and better way of life in a faraway land. Is it really different than those crossing thousands of miles of jungle and desert on foot, in auto or on train from Central America seeking a better life for themselves and their families? Regardless, the recent gaggle of protesters on the tony plazas in and around Wall Street (from many of which, Lady Liberty is fully in view) reminded me of this poem and led me to ponder what Ms. Lazarus might think of the goings-on. Is America built upon the guarantee of wealth and contentedness? Or, is it a place that only promises the ability of their pursuit? Is it freedom or something else that is now yearned?

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Defending ‘business magnets’ Editor: Westfield Mayor Andy Cook’s opponents each want to be mayor, but have not participated in public meetings. One has never attended, but pretends to know everything about the city. They don’t like Westfield’s two business “magnets” (Grand Park and Grand Junction) that already show great promise. Besides the tourism business these will bring, many professional businesses are already planning to be part of it. At a recent school board meeting Superintendent Mark Keen stated, “There will be an explosion of applications when the city breaks ground.” He went on to fully support these initiatives to increase our commercial tax base that will bring down every tax bill. No opponent proposes any plan what-so-ever on how to accomplish this. TIFs are not subsidized as the opponents claim. They are paid fully by new taxes on the projects served. These projects would not otherwise exist. They are misinformed to say the

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DISPATCHES » Time change – Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour Sunday as Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. The Westfield Washington Township Fire Dept. encourages residents to change the batteries in their smoke detectors when they change their clocks. » Speed date your business – Speed date your way to new business contacts at this network breakfast event at Mudsocks Grill with the Carmel, Westfield and Noblesville Chambers. Come prepared with a oneminute elevator speech, and bring your business cards and brochures to distribute as you rotate from table to table. Make new personal contacts from all the chambers and leave with contact information for all participants. 14741 Hazel Dell Pkwy . Pre-payment is required to confirm your reservation. $10/member; $20/non-member register online. » Swedish educators to visit WWS – Westfield Washington Schools was selected by the American Society for Quality’s to host site visits for educators from Sweden and Holland. Tomorrow, WWS will host guests from the Swedish Institute for Quality and on Nov. 9, guests from the Dutch Center for Leadership Development. Events are scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. and close at 3:00 p.m. both days. » Trump that – Are you a euchre enthusiast looking for three other players? Then join in the fun when the Westfield Washington Public Library Euchre Group meets at 5:30 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Come enjoy a relaxing evening of fun with some great people at this free program on Nov. 9.

Holiday hopelessness COMMENTARY By Danielle Wilson I can’t believe I’m already saying this, but the holidays are stressing me out. Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, and Christmas is looming in the background. I have starting losing sleep over upcoming family get-togethers, gift shopping and general winter madness. What gives? I’m going to take the liberty of blaming my parents for this first round of holiday jitters. Normally, we go over the (Ohio) River and through the woods (a neighborhood with mature trees) to the grandparents’ house on Thanksgiving and spend the weekend with my side of the family. We devour fowl, we watch Lifetime, we even place a few bets at Churchill Downs. This is Kentucky, people, where bourbon, tobacco and ponies reign supreme. But, noooo, this year Mom and Dad are heading to sunny and geriatric-friendly Florida, leaving me and my four siblings home-forthe-holiday-less. So my twin will stay in Los Angeles, my younger sister will be in Columbus, another in Louisville and the baby of the family will travel to Cleveland to be with her boyfriend. Where does that leave me? Here in Indy, I guess. But Doo’s parents are also in Florida, which is actually irrelevant because Turkey Day is supposed to be about my family. So now it looks like I’ll get a double dose of my in-laws, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s just not

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the way it’s supposed to be: My way and with my mommy and daddy! Christmas shopping? Usually I’d have all the kids’ shopping nearly finished by now, nieces and nephews in the works, and plans for parents completed. This year? Zip. Nada. I haven’t purchased one Barbie doll, Lego set or black pair of socks. I have yet to waste hours on Amazon, or Craig’s List searching for an antique doo-hickey for Grams’ thing-a-ma-bob. I haven’t even compiled a disgustingly detailed list yet. I’m chalking up the delay in maternal obligation to my job and the IRS. This making-a-living thing is really getting in the way of my enjoying-life thing. Added to the anxiety are the admittedly self-inflicted stress inducers: several baby showers, work parties, the obligatory New Year’s Eve celebration, and two very large birthdays for me and Doo. We both turn 40 in January. Uh-oh, there go my heart palpitations. Deep breaths. What’s a girl to do? Why, vent to her beloved readers and calm the heck down. After all, the holiday season just wouldn’t be the same without anxiety-induced insomnia, right? So let’s get this party started early. Peace out.

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News briefs Flex Map implemented in Westfield Westfield has announced the deployment of the Flex Map viewer. In cooperation with the Environmental Systems Research Institute and Hamilton County, the City of Westfield’s Informatics Dept. has configured a new Flex Map. The flex map allows users to retrieve specific data such as address points, council districts, PUD information, public buildings, restaurants, trails, police beats and

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WWS staff to present at national quality conference Westfield Washington Schools’ administrators and teachers have been selected to present sessions at the American Society for Quality’s National Quality Education Conference in Indianapolis next Monday and Tuesday. Dr. Mark Keen Westfield Washington Schools superintendent; Dr. Joe Montalone, Maple Glen Elementary principal and Dr. Dave Mundy, executive director of learning systems, will present Effective Formative Assessment: Common Instructional Checks.

Two teacher teams will present on the Summer R.O.C.K.S. (Reviewing Online Content [and] K-8 Standards) program and the other on Common Instructional Checks. The district will also host two site visits for educators from Sweden and Holland. Tomorrow, the Swedish Institute for Quality, and Nov. 9 the Dutch Center for Leadership Development will tour the district and learn about Westfield Washington Schools quality processes.

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In its continuing work to bring high-profile interviews and reporting on and about some of our most interesting citizens, public and private, Current presents the following exclusive, one-on-one discussion between Terry Anker, its associate editor, and Charlie White, the embattled Indiana secretary of state. The conversation, which included his new bride, Michelle, raised questions ranging from the personal to his all-too-public legal and political battles. The following is a transcript of their words – edited only for space and style. The words and opinions are theirs entirely. Because of the continuing litigation, the questions were intentionally not aimed at legal strategy, precise legal issues or the attorney representing White, ex-Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi. Instead, they were intended to allow the Whites to share their story.

Current: What do you tell your kids about this period? Michelle White: Well, you know we don’t

watch the local news and we’re hoping that they’re Michelle and Charlie White at their home in Fishers. still oblivious. My oldest daughter is the one that gets feedback from her friends, but they are very supportive. She’s Day weekend 2010, and it was one of the best days of my life. You know, it still is. Six weeks before the election was over, I was 14 now and it’s actually kind of sad because one of her good guy just looking forward to leaving town and having a real honeyfriends wanted to be in politics until this thing came up. My son moon. That’s what I was planning on doing. I didn’t plan on this. is so young that he’s just happy-go-lucky; and with Charlie’s boy, ... So, we haven’t really gotten to our newlywed stage yet. We’ve I know his mom talks with him. I just try to make it as normal always said that when this is over, we’re going to get remarried as possible for the kids even though after work Charlie’s at home and we’re going to start this over again and just press the reset doing his research. button and do a do-over. Charlie White: Whenever I feel like I’m being an absent faMW: It just feels like our life has been put on pause, and it’s ther, I do apologize to my son and just say, “I’ve got something to always lingering in the back of our mind, this whole process that work on that’s very, very important and one day this will be over we have to go through. with, but until then I can’t take you to things. I can’t take you to (At this point Michelle White leaves the conversation to go to movies. I can’t take you to the ballpark. I can’t go to the (Cincinwork.) nati) Reds games like we always used to go to. I can’t do it.”

And of course, that’s what happened during the campaign too, thinking I’d make it all up once the campaign was over. Of course I still can’t do that yet. So that’s half of what I’m fighting for. Current: How did the two of you meet and fall in love? MW: He didn’t ask me out to dinner again soon enough (after

their first blind date), so I kind of made the first move. I mean even though our professional lives are completely different, what we believe in for our family and what we like to do for fun is the same. And, he wanted a normal (non-political) life when he comes home from work, and he found that in me. CW: Actually, I knew she was the one because I was willing to give up politics for her. Whatever I had to do, I thought, it was okay, so I knew she was the right one. Current: As newlyweds, what’s next for your family? CW: First of all, let me go back to before we were newlyweds.

Michelle was very understanding that I was gone all the time, and through the whole process of actually getting married, meaning, when can Charlie slow down enough to get a wedding together and miss being (Hamilton County Republican chairman), Fishers Town Council, trying to do stuff for my former employer and running for statewide office. We had to postpone it to Memorial

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Current: How did the case unfold? CW: Before we get to that, one thing I want to point out,

which is rarely reported, is my original home down around Corydon and New Albany. I’m originally from a Democrat family. I was politically aware at a young age in general, but because I’ve got a large Democrat family that helped me to (understand) if there was a difference of opinion about politics, I was always respectful of that. ... but I’d always tell people, I don’t want any of you to do anything that’s going to hurt someone’s livelihood. I don’t want anyone to do anything like file for a prosecutor or attorney general, or the disciplinary commission, because that is what gets people not to want to run for office and that is what gets people not to want to vote. I said, no matter how bad things get, it can get bad to a certain point, but there’s a certain point to where you don’t go past. Because then it becomes uncivilized. Now, as to the timeline: You know, the one thing I did that probably did not help me, but as a citizen I’m very proud to have done this, was … there was a feeling among many factions that (former Hamilton County Prosecutor) Sonia Leerkamp needed to just retire and go away. I was friends with (Leerkamp) for years, but I felt that she burned a lot of bridges with the (Hamilton) County Council, when she called them extortionists, because hers was the only office that would not file work reviews for their employees, and I thought she had a horrible record on (sex crime cases). I believed as a citizen and as a county chairman that she and her executive staff were incompetent, and they didn’t work

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well with the county council. And that’s why I met with a man named Paul Felix several times. I felt I had to get Felix to run. Sonia told one of my good friends that, “I’m going to get him someday for this,” meaning me. And she sent letters to every precinct committeeman attacking me for supporting Felix, even though in past years I’d supported her. And then she lost that primary, and everybody was fairly happy. When the charges were filed against me by Greg Purvis and then by Vop Osili, one thing to understand is that this practice had been done by Democrats in the past against other local officials and nothing was ever done, no matter what the merits of the case were. It didn’t matter if you were a county chairman, or if you were an elected official currently, Sonia never went after anybody. It didn’t matter how bad it was. She simply didn’t do it. Or she called a grand jury and found a way to make sure they were given a “no” bill. So at the time I thought, Here they go again, filing yet another thing and this is ridiculous. No. 1, I didn’t do anything wrong and, No. 2, prosecutors across the state have priorities. They go after people that are dangers to society. They don’t spend their time letting three special prosecutors go after somebody for something like this. So here we are. I get this phone call to tell me that Vop, my Democrat opponent was in my office and (an Indianapolis television station) was there with him. The caller’s observation, or point to me was, “Charlie, I think it’s payback time.” And then a couple hours later, they announce they’re going to pick special prosecutors.

Now you have to understand, this is six weeks before statewide election. Nobody does this. (Leerkamp’s) office doesn’t do anything quickly. I mean, look at their record on protecting rape victims. They don’t work this quickly. But they worked with greased lightning on this one. They decided to pick (special prosecutors) so quickly, right before the election, so the Democrats could run ads like the “Sorry Charlie” ads and have all the headlines they created, but here’s the thing though … we have a five-year statute of limitations on some of these things. What was the big hurry six weeks before an election to start on this when no other prosecutor in the state would?

Current: Some have claimed that this prosecution is disproportionately aggressive. If you agree, why do you believe it to be so? CW: Well, I’ve maintained from the beginning that we’ve bro-

ken no laws and ... the law was there to protect people that are in transition. And that’s why I won the recount decision three to nothing with three judges. The three judges on the case were all attorneys and one of them was a former Democrat judge here in Hamilton County, Buddy Pylitt. So when you look at the law and you apply all of the current controlling case laws, it’s all on my side. But the problem is when the media will not report what the law is. Now, they didn’t mind that Evan Bayh - all this law that we have today is because of Evan Bayh - he was secretary of state and an attorney when he ran for governor when they

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Now every time I bring up Evan Bayh’s name, the same people in the media who covered that case want to have amnesia and act like it never happened because my dad wasn’t a senator and I’m just a regular average middle-income citizen. I don’t have a political pedigree. And every time I talk about Evan Bayh they say, “Well that’s Evan Bayh.” Well, who cares; he’s a citizen. But most importantly, if we’re all concerned about this now … remember on Evan Bayh’s case that he stopped being a senator on Dec. 31, 2010. He lives in D.C., his wife lives in D.C., and the man voted by absentee ballot in Indianapolis. He claims as a homestead an $80,000 home in Indianapolis that he does not live in. He lives in D.C. in a $2.3 million home. My point is, I’m not saying Evan Bayh is committing voter fraud, I’m saying,

Secretary of State Charlie White is facing seven felony counts after a special Grand Jury was convened earlier this year to look into possible criminal charges when White’s legal residence in Fishers was questioned. Those seven charges, which were announced March 3, include: Count 1: Submission of a false, fictitious or fraudulent registration application – a Class D felony. The Grand Jury said White knowingly or intentionally sent a voter registration change of address form on Feb. 23, 2010, to the Hamilton County Board of Voter Registration representing his new address was 7527 Broad Leaf Lane in Fishers, when he knew he would be living at 13086 Overview Drive in Fishers at the time of the next election, which was the 2010 primary election. Count 2: Perjury – a Class D felony. On Feb. 23, 2010, the Grand Jury said White committed the offense of perjury by knowingly or intentionally making a false material statement under oath or affirmation knowing that his voter registration change of address form was false. Count 3: Fraud on a financial institution – a Class C felony. The Grand Jury said on Feb. 26, 2010, White knowingly executed a scheme or artifice to obtain money, funds or property owned by or under the custody or control of a state or federally-chartered insured financial institution by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations or promises. The jury felt that in a real estate closing transaction White represented an intention to reside at 13086 Overview Dr. within 30 days of Feb. 26, 2010, and said that misrepresentation was material for White to obtain the loan

and more favorable interest rate. Count 4: Voting in other district – a Class D felony. On May 4, 2010, the Grand Jury said White committed the offense of voting in other district by voting in Delaware Township Precinct 12 – indicating that he resided at 7527 Broad Leaf Lane – when in fact he was living at 13086 Overlook Dr. at the time, which is located in Fishers Fall Creek Township Precinct 5. Count 5: Procuring, casting or tabulating a false, fictitious or fraudulent ballot – a Class D felony. The Grand Jury said that on May 4, 2010, White intentionally cast a vote in Fishers at Delaware Township Precinct 12 when he was residing in Fall Creek Township Precinct 5. Count 6: Perjury – a Class D felony. On May 18, 2010, the Grand Jury said White committed perjury by stating on his marriage license application to the Hamilton County Clerk’s Office, and under affirmation of the truth, that his residence was 7527 Broad Leaf Lane in Fishers when it was 13086 Overlook Dr. in Fishers. Count 7: Theft – a Class D felony. The Grand Jury said from Nov. 5, 2009, to Sept. 28, 2010, White committed theft by taking his pay as a Fishers Town Council member for District 2 when he did not reside in that council district. Under Indiana law, White’s one Class C felony count carries a penalty upon conviction of a fixed term between two and eight years in prison. Each of White’s six Class D felony counts carries a penalty of six months to three years in prison. All seven felony counts carry a fine of up to $10,000.

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come of this case, how do you move on with your lives? CW: It’s obviously been challenging. Having

said that when we’re done with this, no matter what the outcome is, we’ve always said it’s wherever God wants us to be. But you don’t give up just because, to a lot of the mainstream media, it’s entertaining, or that they’re getting bored with it or they don’t understand the law and they don’t want to report it. Part of their story is that they just want this guy to go. Literally, for the Democrats and some of the people in the media, I think, the fairy tale end to the story would be if my family and I would just simply curl up into a ball and die. We will not do that for their entertainment.

would be that the case be dropped. I want to get on with my life. I want to start the marriage that I began. I haven’t even been able to have a honeymoon yet. I’d like to be able to go on a honeymoon. I’d like to be able to spend time with my son again. I’d like to be able to spend time with (Michelle’s) kids again. The other thing that’s still very important is that the longer that this drags out, this is not good for our elecCurrent: What is your greatest personal tions process or our campaign process because the more this goes on … we can’t have people not wanting to vote or run for office because of what happened to me. I don’t want them thinking that they’re going to have to talk to their wives and their family if they think they’re going to win and you have someone who’s sour grapes who might lose and they’re going to end up being like me and spending nearly $200,000 in legal fees. But between the legal fees, between the $45,000 spent by the taxpayers for the recount commission to their executive director and what will eventually be paid special prosecutors, this will be the most expensive vote in Indiana history. Charlie White being sworn in as Indiana Current: Regardless of the outSecretary of State.

disappointment? CW: I really thought that as the next sec-

retary of state, I was going to be the guy that helped tone down the partisan rhetoric about certain election issues and focus on the core functions that the legislature has allowed us to work on. My disappointment was that this has caused me not to be able to do that, No. 1. No. 2, I’m very disappointed that I feel like I was kind of like a hot potato. The local prosecutor’s office, whether they had malice or not, they just had a bad media week and they just wanted to pass the hot potato to somebody else so they wouldn’t have to deal with it. Current: What is your biggest regret? CW: The problem is, and the biggest regret I

have - and I don’t know how I would have dealt with this differently - but what I really regret is the fact that I didn’t take a step back and look at the situation. It’s been widely reported out of the entertainment of (an Indianapolis newspaper) about my wife’s debts. My wife had a hard life. ... I wanted to take care of the woman I intended to marry ... . I don’t regret helping my fiancée, but what I do regret is that I should have taken a step back and realized, for example, that the fact that someone did use her name and Social Security number to set up bills in places she never lived, or racked up bills in places she no longer lived, that it would mean I would have to put my name on bills, which they’re now using against me. When you’re trying to help somebody who needs help, when you know you’re going to get married - and this is some-

thing the media will not report - when she has two children and I have a child - a 6-year-old, a 10-year-old and a 14-year-old - you need to do what is in the best interest of those children. There is no darn way that I’m going to live (out of his district with Michelle before they wed) every day until I get married. That is just the right thing to do. I respect the wishes of the woman I love, even if it’s inconvenient. I did what was right for the children.

I regret the time I’ve spent away from my family. I regret all of the vacations I’ve missed, all of the weddings I’ve missed, the time I missed with my son, helping other people who, at the first sign of trouble, ran. I think that should be a lesson. If you ever help people get elected to office, try to just help people you’re friends with. It makes me think, My God, I’ve spent 25 years of my life helping other people locally and statewide and what did it get for me? That’s what my relatives keep asking me, “Why did you help all of these people? It didn’t do you any good.” For a complete transcript of this interview please visit youarecurrent.com

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City Council candidates talk Westfield’s future By Lindsay Eckert Lindsay@youarecurrent.com The two candidates for City Council debated over questions asked by the audience Oct 19. Incumbent Robert Smith and Westfield resident Jose Beyer explained how they could bring in jobs and make Westfield an ideal destination if re-elected or elected as city councilman. Beyer, long-term resident and father of two, said he’s running for councilman to reel in spending and make a change in the community. “I feel we need change, I feel we are out of control with spending and we need to slow down,” Beyer said. “I feel in my heart we are spending on wants and not needs of the community. Sidewalks are dangerous and need attention, people in wheelchairs can’t use them.” Incumbent Smith, who has served as a volunteer firefighter and is a retired fire chief, said being a councilman is a job he loves and knows. “I know where Westfield needs to go and I

can follow it through,” Smith said. “I can make it a place of destination and control taxes.” The candidates discussed the Grand Park Sports Campus, discussing their opposing views on its impact on the community. Smith said the complex is the key to Westfield’s growing success. “Grand Park is an economic engine, it will decrease tax rates, there will be private-sector investments that will pay for itself,” Smith said about concerns of how the complex will be paid off. “There’s no doubt it’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to Westfield, I’m proud to be a part of it.” However, Beyer said he’s concerned about worst-case scenarios. “Carmel taxpayers are getting the blunt of the Palladium, Grand Park is a great idea but our city isn’t big enough to support it,” Beyer said. “Taxpayers will end up being the ones forking out all the dough.”

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Mayoral candidates talk TIFs at debate By Lindsay Eckert Lindsay@youarecurrent.com Westfield mayoral candidates gathered at City Hall Oct. 19 to answer questions from the audience in a debate. The non-partisan group, The League of Women Voters, hosted and monitored the event. Mayor Andy Cook (R), Todd Hoard (I) and Mike Waite (L) debated on questions from the audience ranging from Grand Park to tax abatements and what they have to offer Westfield as a political leader; however, a pressing question about TIFs provoked a wide array of answers from the candidates. Waite, a South Bend native, said TIFs is not an option he’s impressed with. “I don’t like it, it locks money in one area, it relies on one area to develop and you can’t take it back to help other areas grow,” Waite said. “It’s not fair, there’s not one study that shows

how it moves business in.” Hoard said he’s not against it, but it must be used properly to succeed. “If it’s not used properly and too much money is drawn there isn’t enough to pay for maintenance,” Hoard said. “If we are going to build three- and five- story mid rises we are going to need more experience, more police.” Cook said TIFs is what keeps cities competitive. “It’s an aspect for increasing our economic development to compete with other cities,” Cook said. “If we do away with it, we can’t compete in the real world. Businesses won’t locate in Westfield without roads, water and sewers required to keep up with our growing community.” For more information and the latest political updates visit, currentinwestfield.com and follow us on Twitter, @youarecurrent.

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Some of the more challenging impacts on local businesses during construction on US 31 will involve hindered access, decline in customer traffic, possible loss of business and forced or voluntary business relocation. How would you address these (or other) issues to support the business community and to stem possible declines in tax base? The US 31 Freeway will be a tremenwest side, connecting Union Street to dous asset and an economic developWestern Way. These projects will unment driver for our community when doubtedly help with traffic disturbances during the construction process. As completed. It will also be painful for it relates to the existing businesses, we some residents and businesses during construction. To mitigate some of the are constantly working with INDOT, Cook potential traffic issues, we are currently the Chamber of Commerce and the developing the East Access Road (behind business community to work through issues or concerns stemming from the project. Wal-Mart and Marsh), widening 151st Street We have a team consisting of City, Chamber and constructing a new round-about on 151st Street to better move traffic through the area. and INDOT personnel specifically dedicated to Additionally, we are working with INDOT assisting businesses on all aspects of the project. and the U.S. Department of Transportation These coordinated efforts will offset the disrupto construct the West Access Road, which is tion caused by the project before, during and after construction. proposed to be located parallel to US 31 on the and to retain existing Business. But I’m Lessoning the impact to our existing afraid that we are going squander a great businesses will be the challenge. Westopportunity to capitalize on the new field needs to reach out to our existing businesses and promote our businesses improvements and business areas because we are not competitive on our comto residents and commuters. Businesses mercial property taxes with surrounding needs to reach out to the community to Hoard communities. By decreasing the high let us know what there needs are and that commercial property taxes, I hope to they are committed to Westfield. We need retain businesses that have to relocate and attract to be working hand in hand with INDOT to do what we can to retain commerce in the City of businesses wanting to locate to the new high visWestfield. Westfield’s US 31 is currently under ibility corroder of US 31. We should be able to construction but once this is completed, Westattract new businesses, employees and customers with the now shorter commute from other comfield has a great chance to optimize our US 31 as a businesses corroder to attract new business munities that the US 31 upgrades will give us. A meeting should be held immediately between the City of Westfield, INDOT, and the businesses affected. The last thing Westfield needs is for another business to leave our community for Carmel. As mayor I will bend over backwards to make this major inconvenience as easy as

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Education Foundation announces grant winners Current in Westfield The Westfield Washington Education Development Foundation has awarded over $14,000 in grants to 32 teachers in Westfield Washington Schools for the 2011-2012 school year. Since 1992, the education foundation has awarded more than $154,000 in grants to 180 educators in the district. This year the total was $14,070.51. Teachers can submit grants for special projects not funded through the school’s normal budget process up to $1,000. “Our goal is to encourage innovative teaching by rewarding educational excellence,” said Jan Skinner, executive director of the Education Foundation. “These grants directly benefit our students. The Education Foundation awarded the following grants for 2011-2012: Maple Glen Elementary School: • Christine Buonanno – “Zipping” through First Grade facts - $953.01 • Chrisitine Buonanno, Nancy Cruse, Alyssa McCool, Stacy Parker and Laura Riggle – First Grade reading is “All-Write!”- $997.76 • Sarah Fritzsche and Rodney Wilson – Toying with science - $ 990 • Amy Poorman, Christina Crask and Tonya Gill – Kindergarten online assessment tool - $525

• Crissy Stephan – Using non-fiction text to enhance the expository writing process - $999.07 Oak Trace Elementary School • Jane Hitch – Weather watchers - $940 Shamrock Springs Elementary School • Jodi Dubovich – A balancing act - $1,000 Washington Woods Elementary School • Julia Fry and Carolyn Wood – Magazines for literacy enhancement - $670.80 • Mary Lee – Cool your jets - $987.34 • Peg Prough – Genre jousts develop lifelong learners - $1,000 Westfield Intermediate School • Jan Brill – It’s the law - $998.65 • Brandi Gorak – Let kids discover - $514.40 • Dwight King – Exploring spectroscopy - $975.04 Westfield Middle School • Laura Arrington, Cary Strycker, Susan Rutherford and Carol Cockerham – It’s more than words - $1,000 • Andrew Keffaber, Erik Wettschurack, Molly Barnes and Joel Bruns –Engineering design project - $690 Westfield High School • Erin McKinney, Katrina Hurt, Valerie Love and Terry O’Neill – Algebra engagement projects - $829.44

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Coming or going? he doesn’t drive, so I’ll ask someone to take him GRAMMAR LESSON home. If I call his wife, Aunt Suzette, she’ll tell By Brandie Bohney It isn’t very often that grammatical correctness me to have someone bring him home. Again, the word choice depends on perspective. is based on perspective. A few things are based I once heard someone relate the take-andon the style manual to which one adheres and bring issue to food: you don’t order bring-out quite a few decisions can be based on formality food, you order take-out and audience. But perspective? Not so much. I once heard someone relate the take- food. It’s take-out food But one specific exam- and-bring issue to food: you don’t order because you take it away from the restaurant and ple of when perspective bring-out food, you order take-out food. take it home. I think the should have everything analogy would work betto do with word choice is ter if delivery services were referred to as bringthe difference between take and bring. in food since the restaurant is bringing the food I hear take and bring confused all the time. to you (at least from your perspective). That And there’s good reason for that, really. It’s not would clear it up entirely, would it not? always immediately obvious which word should So really, it’s all about whether what you’re be used. But there is an easy way to remember talking about is coming or going. And speaking which word to use when, and it depends enof coming and going, those words also abide by tirely on your perspective. the same rules. I ask you to come to the party. For instance, if I want Uncle Albert at my You decide to go. I tell you to bring Uncle Alparty, but Al doesn’t drive, I need someone to bert. You stop to bring him with you. bring him. He’s coming to me, and I’m stayNow if we can just get that new bring-in deing put, so from my perspective, the word of choice is bring. From Uncle Albert’s perspective, livery service. though, the word choice changes. He wants to come to my party, but he doesn’t drive, so he Brandie Bohney is a grammar needs someone to take him there. enthusiast and former English teacher. If you have a grammarIf you flip the situation a bit, and Uncle Alrelated question, please email her at bert is being a cranky sourpuss at my otherwise bbthegrammarguru@gmail.com. awesome party, I’ll want him to leave. But again,

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DISPATCHES » Save on airfare – Buckle up. This holiday season is on track to bring higherpriced airfares than in recent years. Here’s a tip: Buy one ticket at a time. When you hunt for multiple tickets online, and there aren’t enough of the cheapest seats to go around, the computer will bump up to higher priced tickets without showing you what you’re missing. If you shop one by one, you can save on one or more ticket. -www.overheadbin.msnbc.msn.com » Gardening tip – Many gardening instructions refer to a “frost” or a “hard freeze.” But what is the difference between a frost and a hard freeze? A frost refers to the conditions that allow a layer of ice crystals to form when water vapor condenses and freezes without first becoming dew. A hard freeze is a period of at least four consecutive hours of air temperatures that are below 25 degrees. Many plants can survive a brief frost, but very few can survive a hard freeze. -www.almanac.com » Local artists featured – The public is invited to attend the Hamilton County Artists’ Association’s 61st annual Artists’ Show, Nov. 5 through 18 at the Hamilton East Public Library in Noblesville. An opening reception will be held Nov. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. On all other dates, the show will be open to the public during regular library hours. » More flights to Cuba – By year-end, four of the largest U.S. airlines will operate about 25 weekly flights to Cuba for charter companies. AMR Corp.’s American Airlines has been flying to Cuba for two decades, and JetBlue Airways Corp. arrived last month. The world’s two biggest carriers by traffic, United Continental Holdings Inc. and Delta Air Lines Inc., are resuming weekly service to Cuba after a seven-year hiatus. -www.wsj.com » Get the most out of ice – “One of my favorite tricks is taking an ingredient in a cocktail and freezing it to make ice cubes—for instance, turning lime juice into ice for margaritas. If the ice has enough flavor, it won’t water down the drink,” said Jeff Groh of the Ten 01 bar in Oregon. “In the summer, I add spirits to ice. The alcohol and sugar keep the ice from freezing solid, so ice crystals flake off, creating a sweet goodness best described as ‘slushy-esque.’” -www.foodandwine.com

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Westfield author writes of loss and living with it “I’ve always played with writing, By Lindsay Eckert my high school English teacher was a Lindsay@youarecurrent.com big encourager for me to write short A Westfield author is writing to stories,” Nosler said. “She’s the pertouch the hearts of her book’s readers. fect example of proper and kind, she’s A story about loss and tragedy follows teaching English now in Tanzania to a family through the emotions folchildren who live in the bush there. lowing their sister’s illegal abortion. She’s someone who really listened to Shauna Nosler, auther of “The Careme and I dedicated this book to her.” takers” said the emotions related to Nosler Nosler, a mother of three, said the the abortion are only the beginning of the story. The heart of the story is how the char- process of finishing her novel was engrained in her daily life and a part of who she is. acters deal with the event’s sorrow differently. “I carry index cards everywhere I go. It’s not 9 “Some people can take tragedy and learn to to 5, but it’s my job,” Nosler said. “Holding the live with it, and some people let tragedy rule (published) book in my hands is an awesome their life,” Nosler said. “The girl who had the feeling and it makes me want to write more.” abortion comes to terms with it quicker, but 20 Nosler’s first novel and the support of local book years later the brother is still devastated by it.” clubs have inspired her to write a sequel to the novel. “The Caretakers” is Nosler’s first novel, which “Some responses from people ask, ‘Why did this she self-published after working on it for nearly happen?’ and ‘What happened to this person?’ ” three years. Although Nosler is planning a sequel in the “I spent three years writing it, then I just dropped all of it and started from scratch; I finished the book future, she’s currently directing her efforts toward a new book, “The Ruby Throats.” in six weeks after that,” Nosler said. “The characters “It’s about five women who are friends and and the plot are similar (to the original version); decide they need to grow up, they make a plan however, life changes in three years. When I read to spend a year living irresponsibly and do (the original version) I wrote back then I had a new whatever they want; however, one of the characway of looking at things so I started over.” ters dies and gives them a new outlook.” Nosler said her love for writing and expressing Nosler’s book is available on Amazon and her thoughts on paper has been a characteristic Kindles. A local book club will be hosting a since she was a child, but it was a teacher who book signing for Nosler at the 116th Street Starinspired her to use paper and a pencil as her crebucks Nov. 12 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. ative tool to a career in writing.

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Chase Stout, manager, Yat’s Where do you like to eat? Scotty’s Lakehouse What do you eat there? They’ve got about 15 different burgers. So, I always have a burger. What do you like about Scotty’s Lakehouse? My wife and I like the a la carte items. They have different kinds of fries, different kinds of mac ‘n’ cheeses. Plus, they use a lot organic ingredients. Scotty’s Lakehouse is located at 10158 Brooks School Rd., Fishers. You can reach the restaurant at 577-2900.

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foods and cold beverages. Things change a lot in a short three months. Usually by late season we are expecting snow or freezing rain and dreading wind blowing a chill almost right through our bones. This is when we eat hot foods and drink hot beverages. It’s the season when we try to look to sit in the sun and get some shelter from the wind.

Ingredients: 2 lbs. ground turkey; 3 pkgs. McCormick’s chili mix (or your favorite); 3 28oz. cans whole-peeled tomatoes (un-drained); 4 15oz. cans dark red kidney beans (un-drained) To Prepare: Brown the turkey in a large pot, drain it if you must, and then add everything else. Bring the mixture to a low boil and then reduce the heat to allow the chili to simmer for one hour. Stir the mixture occasionally. Serve with oyster crackers or French bread. If you have children at your party, you can float some hot dogs in this chili for 15 minutes

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Now – Nov. 20 Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre: It’s a Wonderful Life 9301 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis “It’s a Wonderful Life” tells the story of the goodhearted but downtrodden George Bailey, who has spent his life making sacrifices for others. Celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with this heartwarming family show, and rejoice as George realizes the tremendous impact his life has had on the world around him. Details: For tickets visit www.beefandboards. com or call 317-872-9664.

Thursday to Saturday Follow the North Star – Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers, will host its annual Follow the North Star at 7:30 p.m. Learn what it was like to be a runaway slave on the Underground Railroad and explore the fears and challenges faced by fugitive slaves making their way through 1839 Indiana. Cost is $20 for non-members, $17 for members. For more information, call 776-6006 or visit www.connerprairie.org. Saturday Chicken Noodle Dinner & Bazaar – The Emmanuel United Methodist annual Chicken Noodle Dinner and Bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. All proceeds from the event go to support local and global missions. The delicious homemade chicken noodle dinner, which includes sides and various desserts, will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Adult dinners are $7 and children age 4 to 10 are $4. Carryout is available. Do your early holiday shopping at the bazaar featuring more than 20 booths or indulge at the bake sale. Emmanuel United Methodist Church is located at 16000 Cumberland Rd., Noblesville. For more information, contact Brenda Forbes at 439-8488 or email bsf52@aol.com.

Today and Wednesday Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre: Amadeus 3 Center Green, Suite 200, Carmel Peter Shaffer’s award-winning “Amadeus” combines fiction and history to explore the dramatic rivalry between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Salieri, the late 18th century court composer for the Emperor of Austria, who escorts the audience through his recollection of the events leading to Mozart’s death. Details: For tickets visit www.civictheatre.org or call 317-843-3800. Wednesday Homemade auction – The Roaring 20s Extension Homemakers Club will host its annual Fall Homemade Auction Wednesday at the Arcadia Town Hall, 208 W. Main St. The event will include a large variety of items – from jewelry to baked goods – and are all handcrafted and homemade. Refreshments will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the auction starting at 7 p.m. All proceeds will be donated to various local charities.

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The skinny behind surgery COMMENTARY By Barry Eppley Best questions of the week from my inbox: Q: How long do silicone-gel breast implants last? I’ve heard the thicker shell and the more cohesive gel increases the longevity of the silicone implants. What is the average life span of the improved silicone implants? A: The reality is no one knows for sure how long any breast implant will last. It is presumed newer generation silicone gel implants will last longer than those in the past and it would certainly seem to be true with improved manufacturing methods and materials development; however, until the currently-used silicone gel implants have been used for 15 to 20 years, their average lifespan will remain speculative. It is important to recognize most breast implants will eventually rupture, it’s good to have an understanding of the manufacturer’s warranty. Q: I am in need of some breast help. I have breast-fed all three of my children. I have also lost 45 pounds over the past year through diet and exercise; now my breasts are saggy. I, without question, need a breast lift. Can I get by without breast implants. I’m happy with

the size of my breasts when I wear a good bra (currently 40D) but unhappy with how deflated and saggy they are without a bra. A: Breast lifts do an excellent job of lifting and tightening the shape of the breast mound. By keeping the same amount of breast tissue and lifting and tightening the ‘bag’ which contains them, this does create a less saggy and more round breast. This is particularly true in the bottom pole of the breast and less in the upper pole of the breast. After a breast-lift surgery, the upper pole of the breast is quite round and full; however, as the tissues relax and settle, much of the upper pole fullness will be lost. If one doesn’t mind some rebound flattening of the upper breast pole, then I think you would be fine with only a breast lift. However, if your goal is to have a rounder and a fuller upper breast pole long-term, then a small implant will be needed to accomplish that breast shape goal. Dr. Eppley is an Indianapolis board-certified plastic surgeon. Comments can be sent to info@ eppleyplasticsurgery.com

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DISPATCHES » Santarossa opens in IDC – Santarossa will open in the Indiana Design Center with a grand opening celebration Nov. 12 from 2 to 8 p.m.  The grand opening will coincide with an IDC Community Open House from 5 to 8 p.m. featuring special showroom offers, artists and the latest home and holiday products to arrive at IDC.  For more information, visit www.indianadesigncenter.com. » A perfect match – Problem: You choose your foundation color by matching it to the skin on your arm and it doesn’t seem to blend into your face. Solution: The skin on the inner part of your arm hasn’t had the  sun exposure your face has, so the color is not the same. Ask if you can test it directly on your face. -www.bhg.com » Hair-care myth – Myth: Switching shampoos can make hair look healthier. Truth: It may seem so, but experts scoff. “Hair can’t tell the difference between brands or build up tolerance to any product,” says Londonbased hair and scalp expert Philip Kingsley. “Your favorite shampoo will work the same every time you lather up, week after week,

month after month.” If you have very oily hair or favor a particularly sticky styling product that contains wax, it does pay to use a clarifying shampoo once every two weeks to wash away residue. Good Housekeeping’s Beauty Department recommends Redken Hair Cleansing Cream and Neutrogena AntiResidue Shampoo. -www.goodhousekeeping.com

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Greetings from High Point Furniture Show COMMENTARY By Vicky Earley Greetings from the Fall 2011 High Point Furniture Show, the world’s epicenter of home furnishing trends. I wish you were here. I am writing this on day three as I tend to my tired feet and blisters, the universal malady of furniture mart. I confess I adore going to Mart. For one week, twice a year, I am like a four-year-old at Disney World. The thrill of peeking into the crystal ball of interior decorating trends gives me child-like butterflies of excitement. The first trend of the Fall 2011 show is the focus on collections mapping our lives. These en masse objects d’arte are in vignettes as bottles, vintage games, framed art and anything reflecting who we are and where we have been. Customization is a strong trend simply because it has become more accessible. It is also a result of an increasing consumer demand for homes to differentiate from the neighbors’ homes. Designs for small spaces are still gaining in popularity as the size of the American home shrinks. The expectation a piece of furniture will multi-task has become the norm and an ottoman without storage is almost an anomaly now. Second homes and vacation homes are on the rise as real estate prices remain depressed leaving costal and lake-cottage décor strong. Some of these elements, such as shells, have spilled over into main stream décor with a smooth transition. British Invasion is as strong as it was in 1964

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when Ed Sullivan hosted the “Fab Four.” William, Kate and Pippa might be the source of this novel preoccupation or it just might be nostalgia for the scratchy stains of “Let It Be” revolving on a turntable. Celebrity-designer branding is as big as ever. Candace Olsen, Barclay Butterra and Kathy Ireland have lent their names to everything from cork floors and chandeliers to sofas. Celebrity brands help guide a consumer to a type of look, but often help to inflate the pricing. Raw and weathered wood paired with linen still reign throughout furniture mart-dom. Espresso or black wood is a trend manufacturers would like to put to bed, the customers still want it. Although it has been shelved in contemporary decorating settings, we will continue to see it in traditional décor. Made in USA has taken on a new importance and is announced with every opportunity. The uncertainty in China and the exchange rate combined with the increased cost of shipping, vendors are looking closer to home. At this week’s High Point Market, the domestic production theme will be on display in a 16,000-square-foot Made in America Pavilion

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Creating a more functional kitchen for a family REMODELING By Larry Greene ORIGINAL KITCHEN: This home was built in 2001 at the Springknoll subdivision in Zionsville. The family lived in the home for almost nine years before they wanted more space in their kitchen for their family to properly function. According to the homeowners, “The island was too small. The breakfast nook was not used. The cabinets were getting beat up. The appliances were outdated. We wanted to put in a wine refrigerator.” CREATING NEW FUNCTIONALITY: The new design provides the homeowners with a more functional kitchen. They noted, “We spend most of our family time in the kitchen. We have two boys, nine and 12. It’s been a great experience for all of us in our new and functioning kitchen.” CABINET DETAILS: The perimeter and island countertops are granite in a blue-eyes color. The backsplash is Adex-beveled subway tile in Neri White installed in a staggered pattern with white grout. The cabinets are full overlay semi-custom cabinets in a Heritage door-style. The perimeter

Before cabinets are painted white and the island is painted black. All drawers were upgraded to five-piece, full extension and soft close. The island overhang is supported by decorative and turned legs. Finally, new glass doors were installed for the wall cabinets above the dry bar area. NEW ISLAND FEATURES: The homeowner commented, “We love the island. We eat around the island all of the time. We don’t have a dining room so everything is centered in the kitchen. We love the color contrast between the island and the rest of the cabinets in the kitchen. We

After love the granite that was chosen. The colors are black, gray and white. The granite has a blue design in it that is a rare find. The design stands out with the fixtures chosen during our remodel design phase. It is just a nice subtle look.”

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they are resistant to feline immunodeficiency virus, or FIV, which causes AIDS in cats. -Reuters » Insurance for older pets – Ten years ago, once a cat or dog turned 8 years old, it was next to impossible to buy insurance for him or her. Today, a few companies have no age limit at all, and the cutoff for others is into the double digits. Know that as your pet ages, policy prices can rise as much as 10 percent with each year (this usually translates into only a few more dollars each month). -www.prevention.com

Be brave with your buddy COMMENTARY By John Mikesell There is an unfortunate myth floating around in some parts of the dog-training world. The myth says if you give reassurance to a fearful dog you will reinforce his fearful behavior; therefore, you must ignore your dog when he’s trembling at your feet in fear. Hogwash. Think back in your own life to a time when you were very frightened or upset. Did it help you feel better to have someone you trusted come up and put his or her arm around you and calmly reassure you everything was going to be alright? Of course it did. Our dogs aren’t any different. When emotions run high, we are more concerned with helping our dogs get those emotions back under control. When a dog is afraid, the emotional part of the brain, the amygdale, takes over, and the thinking part of the brain, the cortex, doesn’t work well. The over-

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DISPATCHES » Rich hit the hardest? – During the past three recessions, the top 1 percent of earners (those making $380,000 or more in 2008) experienced the largest income shocks in percentage terms of any income group in the U.S., according to economists at Northwestern University. When the economy grows, their incomes grow up to three times faster than the rest of the country’s. When the economy falls, their incomes fall two or three times as much. The super-high earners have the biggest crashes. The number of Americans making $1 million or more fell 40 percent between 2007 and 2009. Their combined incomes fell by nearly 50 percent—far greater than the less than 2 percent drop in total incomes of those making $50,000 or less, according to the IRS. -Wall Street Journal » Easy efficiency boost – Remove light bulbs in your house and dust them gently. A dusty light bulb may be as much as 40 percent less efficient than a clean one. -www.almanac.com » ‘Occupy’ banned in China – According to UC Berkeley publication China Digital Times, Sina Weibo, China’s hyper-popular microblogging site, has banned all search keywords that could theoretically be associated with Occupy Wall Street. A long list of banned keywords on Sina Weibo’s search function has been

uncovered and tested by the CDT team. All the listed phrases stick to one simple rule: a combination of “occupy” and a place name. In other words, the hundreds of millions of Sina Weibo users are no longer allowed to search for “occupy Beijing,” for instance.  -www.good.is » The difference in scores – Most of the credit scores you buy or get free online are not the exact ones used by lenders. Equifax’s credit score is called Score Power. This uses the FICO scoring mode (the gold standard), but you may get a different score than one pulled by a lender because the information in your credit file is constantly changing. Experian calls its credit score product “PLUS Score” and is based on factors similar to but not the same as FICO. The PLUS Score ranges from 330 to 830. TransUnion’s credit score product also is not a FICO score but based on the bureau’s own proprietary scoring model. -www.seattlepi.com » Companies keeping older employees? –  In a recent AARP survey of 1,000 human resources directors, 69 percent said that their companies are looking to keep older workers as part-time workers and consultants and 46 percent are trying to entice older workers to stay as full-time employees. In 1985, 10.8 percent of people over 65 worked full-time or part-time. By 2011, that figure rose to over 18 percent, according to the AARP Public Policy Institute. -www.fortune.com

Deadlines get it started COMMMENTARY By David Cain People will go to greater lengths to avoid pain than they will to satisfy a desire. The statement could change your life or your business. Think about it in the context of your daily activities and you’ll see the power. Most actions are ignited in an effort to avoid pain than to find pleasure. I live with three women and can attest firmly people tend to rally around pains. Talking about pains and problems represent an estimated 65 percent of our conversations and it is a primary driver of actions. We all spend time working on resolving issues, pains and problems. It takes a lot of energy, effort and discussion. Do you have a goal? How much time do you spend working on achieving it? Usually our efforts focus on the pain, not the payout. How will knowing this help you? Well, it’s easy. You deal with people right? You have relationships with others and those people - your family, your friends and your customers - are all motivated just like you. They are more in-

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terested in getting rid of their problems than satisfying their desire, unless the desire is their problem (achieve this or your fired). Find the pain and you’ll find the path to activation. Remind them of the pain and they’ll be more likely to believe you have the solution. The biggest pains get solved first. I spent the weekend working because I had a deadline. Milestones are great, but deadlines get the job finished, they are just another form of pain. Watch your actions; see what actually makes you do the things you do. You’ll begin to see beneath it all you are more motivated by what bad might come from the situation. Knowing this simple fact can allow you to better position what you do – at home or work – as a solution to someone else’s problems. It’s more effective than selling features and benefits.

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Stocks to buy now for 2012 profits Duke Energy Corporation (DUK) - DUK is a defensive stock that helps to provide stability to the value investors’ portfolio at one end and payments on the other through dividends. The recent news of the settlement with N.C. public staff regarding the merger of DUK with its rival Progress Energy Inc (PGN) is expected to bring a positive effect on the stock prices. DUK announced to merge with PGN earlier this year with a total cost of $13.70 billion which will turn DUK into the largest electric utility enterprise in United States with a presence in six states. AT&T Inc. (T) - The company intends to purchase T-Mobile USA from Deutsche (DTEGY. PK) at a cost of $39 billion which will help it to become ahead of its competitor Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ).

Nokia Corporation (NOK) - The company came into lime light earlier this year when NOK decided to exchange its Symbian operating system with more user-friendly Windows 7 phone software. However, the launch of these new smart phones is still awaited.NOK also is planning to target the low-end market in the emerging economies as the company has lost market share in the smart phones segment. The company is looking sound in the coming future but the management will have to make sure the launch of the new smart phones before it starts troubling the stock prices. The recent settlement of the lawsuit related to the launch of smart phones with Apple Inc and new strategy of targeting emerging markets will likely to have positive results for the company in the future. -www.seekingalpha.com

Seasonal sales for houses LOCAL REAL ESTATE By Jim Litten The housing market continues to stabilize across Central Indiana. In September, home sales climbed more than 5 percent, inventory tightened by 13.6 percent, and year-to-date sales prices of homes inched up 1.8 percent to an average of $152,554, according to F.C. Tucker’s most recent housing report. Compared to the nine-county Central Indiana region that F.C. Tucker tracks, Hamilton County homes sold for an average of $244,799, which is nearly level to the average year-todate sales price in September 2010. Homes in Westfield, in particular, sold for an average of $269,666 in September – a 9.6 percent increase over the same time last year. A total of 31 homes sold last month, compared to 41 in September 2010. Twenty-four homes sold for $299,999 or less; five sold in the $300,000 to $499,999 range; and two sold at $500,000 and above. Neighboring communities of Carmel and Fishers experienced a nice surge in sales, with 97 homes sold in Carmel and 31 in Fishers. Home

prices in Carmel and Fishers, however, were down 7.3 percent and 4.9 percent, respectively, while Noblesville’s home prices were up 0.2 percent compared to the same period in 2010. Noblesville sold just 19 fewer homes last month compared to September 2010. As the leaves turn and weather grows colder, the housing market naturally winds down. It’s a perfect time to attend to home maintenance. Make sure your heating system runs properly and consider an inspection by a qualified heating contractor. Check for roof damage and loose or missing shingles, repairs of which could put off a larger, more costly roof replacement in the future. A little extra attention now in these areas will hopefully head off any potential inspection issues when it comes time to sell your home.

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Why and how: The limits of love ability and generosity, of judgment and peace of Spirituality mercy and grace. By Bob Walters God is with us, about us, for us and in us. We look at God and ask “Why?” He created us. Jesus Christ is the author of all We struggle with faith and ask “How?” knowledge.” The Holy Spirit is God’s light in The Bible says a lot about why (For God so our reverent lives and loved the world …) but comfort in our human not much about how. challenges. God is eternal God could, so he did. God is a God of action unrelenting, he purBut, how did He do it? and creativity; a God of and sues us. Why does it matter? Why What do we do? We did He bother? life and courage. He is a get stuck at “why” and Conversely, church God of accountability and “how.” Instead of woris full of “how” but not a great God,we much “why.” Pray, read generosity, of judgment and shipping worship the diminished the Bible, be baptized, peace of mercy and grace. idols of why and how go to communion and in knowledge. We focus serve. Repeat. That’s how. on us. Amen. God said so. When we demand finite answers to God-sized But why? There’s only one Father-Son-Holy Spirit. Why so many doctrines? John 14:6 plain- questions, we limit faith. We limit truth and lose focus on everything-ness of God. ly quotes Jesus Christ: “I am the way and the Love God, and love others … and limitations truth and the life. No one comes to the Father go away. except through me.” But how? “Tell me why, Lord,” we beg. “I’ll believe, tell me how I’ll know.” Not that anyone besides Bob We’re desperate for faith and plead for anWalters (rlwcom@aol.com) is counting, but this marks five years swers, but we overlook the obvious. The Bible – 260 straight weeks dating back gives us a clear picture of who God is and what to November 7, 2006 – of filing God does. this Christian column for Current God is a God of action and creativity; a God newspapers. Thanks to all. A book is of life and courage. He is a God of accounton the way.

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COMMENTARY BY Dick Wolfsie On the Wolfsie refrigerator, next to a photo of me hugging Goofy at Disney World (I was a mere 57 years old at the time) is Mary Ellen’s list of items to be purchased on her next trip to the supermarket. Mary Ellen’s list is a model for all Americans who want to eat healthy. There’s skim milk, low-fat cottage cheese, and skinless chicken breasts. Here’s the question: If that’s pretty much what the list always looks like, how did all that other crapola we eat end up in our kitchen? Who smuggled in the chips? I am the culprit, of course, and that is why I avoid food shopping with my wife. When we do go together, I’m on a very short leash and the chances of getting any treats are zero, even if I beg. I wish my wife would treat me even more like a dog. I deserve it. We used to go the store together all the time. She thought it was important for our relationship to walk down the aisle making food choices as a couple. She was confusing its significance with the aisle we walked down 30 plus years ago. But there’s a huge difference: After I said “I do” in l980, Mary Ellen didn’t say, “I don’t think this is good for you,” or “Are you sure this is what you really want?” and when we kissed during the service, she definitely didn’t say: “You still have plenty of this back home.” I’m second-guessed about everything I put in the shopping cart. Here are some of Mary El-

len’s favorite expressions: No one still living eats white bread. Yes, we do need baked beans, if you don’t count the 24 cans on top of the pool table. Why are you buying low-fat trail mix bars? You know you’re not going to eat them. Why are you buying cheese puffs? You know you’re just going to eat them. Mary Ellen has junk-food radar and more often than not, she’ll locate my hidden cache with just a glance. I do try to sneak things into the basket, but it’s tough to hide a large Tombstone pizza under a can of peaches. Having to put an item back on the shelf is the most humiliating thing that can happen to a guy—at least in public. Recently, I ran into a friend at the grocery. “Hey, Dick, doing a little reverse shopping, are you? You must be here with the wife.” To avoid future embarrassment, I told Mary Ellen that this week I was going to go to the store alone. She said that was fine, and Saturday morning she handed me a sheet of paper. “Thank you, Mary Ellen, but I don’t need a shopping list.” “Oh, it’s not a shopping list. It’s a permission slip.”

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Goober TV steals air waves those shows are goobers? You’re right. The gooCOMMENTARY bers are the ones who watch. By Mike Redmond Motor scooters. Yeah, they’re trendy. Yeah, Things I am tired of, in no particular order: Kardashians. All of them (and there seems to they seem to be operated by people who aren’t as smart as a sack of hammers. The other day I be a limitless supply). I see no reason for these saw a kid riding down a people to be so much of a Before TV abandoned any notion of four-lane thoroughfare blip in the American condecency, these people would have on one while talking on a sciousness. You can’t turn been presented on the evening news as cell phone who ran a red on your computer, TV somebody Charles Kuralt bumped into light. This isn’t the first or look at the magazine rack at the grocery store when he took a wrong turn on his way to time I’ve had to do that the Kansas City Mustard Festival. for one of those clowns. without a Kardashian Talent shows. I problooking back at you. This might be understandable if they were a family of ably should have included this with the goober thing. Once when I was trapped inside on a scientists curing cancer, but I haven’t seen them rainy day at Grandma’s, a woman on Ted Mack’s doing anything, except be a Kardashian. Original Amateur Hour played “Yankee DooGoober TV. Also known as “watching semidle” on her dentures. After that experience, I try toothless people cackle with delight when city to put talent shows out of your mind forever. folks try to catch fish bare-handed.” Before TV Facebook Complainers. I’ve overheard peoabandoned any notion of decency, these people would have been presented on the evening news ple complaining about changes to Facebook. To which I say: How much did you pay for it? as somebody Charles Kuralt bumped into when That’s it for now, except, one of the things I’m he took a wrong turn on his way to the Kansas City Mustard Festival. Now they have fan clubs. really tired of is being tired of things. But lest you think I am picking on the semitoothless cackler community. I also count any Mike Redmond is an author, reality shows involving junk, storage lockers, journalist, humorist and tattoos, pawnshops, brides, fashion victims or speaker. Write him at mike@ housewives as goober TV. mikeredmondonline.com or P.O. Box 44385, Indianapolis, IN 46244. What’s that you say? Not all of the people on

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