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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2015
THE PRESS FreeCopy Speedway Town Press West Side Messenger www.thepressinspeedway.com
Vol. 59/100 No. 51
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
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Some of the best of the Festival of Trees exhibit at the Indiana Historical Society, now on display until January 2. Photos by Kirby
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Christmas Office hours Weekly Crime Report
At The Press
December 11, 2015 through December 17, 2015
The Press Newspapers will be Friday, December 24 and 25 for Agency Assist.......................................... 12
open on Wednesday, December Christmas.
Alarms...................................................... 7
23 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. We will be closed Thursday and
We wish you and yours a Blessed Christmas.
Battery ..................................................... 2 Business Burglary .................................... 1 Citizens Assist .......................................... 7
2016 Hoosier Heroines
Disturbance.............................................. 7 Domestic Violence..................................... 5
Essay Contest Launched
Escort....................................................... 2 Found Property......................................... 3 Fraud Investigation................................... 4
Indiana's First Lady Karen Pence, along with female statewide elected officials, announced details for the 2016 Hoosier Heroines Essay Contest for students in
divided by grade and judged by the female statewide elected officials: 5th grade ­ Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann
Harassment .............................................. 1 Juvenile Problem ...................................... 3 Lost/Stolen Property................................. 1 Loud Stereo/Party .................................... 3 Missing Person ......................................... 1 Recovered Stolen Property ........................ 1
the 5th through 9th grades. To 6th grade ­ Secretary of State Residential Burglary ................................. 4
download an application packet go to http://www.in.gov/idoa/ files/TO_HoosierHeroineEssayC ontest_Packet_2015.pdf . The annual competition was established to celebrate Women's
Connie Lawson 7th grade ­ Auditor Suzanne Crouch 8th grade ­ Treasurer Kelly Mitchell 9th grade ­ Superintendent of
Runaway .................................................. 1 Shoplift..................................................... 3 Suspicious Person/Vehicle...................... 21 Theft....................................................... 11 Vandalism ................................................ 3 Vehicle Theft ............................................. 1 Welfare Check......................................... 10
HistoryMonth,annuallycelebrated Public Instruction Glenda Ritz Security Check ..................................... 129
in March. For 2016, in honor of Indiana's Bicentennial, students are asked to write about currently living or women from history who have made contributions in the following categories:
Application forms, suggested topics and further details can be found and submitted electronically at the email mentioned above. Applications are being accepted until Feb. 22.
Narcotics .................................................. 1 Ordinance Violation .................................. 9 Warrant .................................................... 2 Investigation ........................................... 22 Disabled Vehicle ....................................... 8 Abandoned Vehicle ................................... 2 Hazard...................................................... 2
5th grade ­ Agriculture
On March 30 a reception Arrest "Driving While Intoxicated" ............. 7
6th grade ­ Suffrage
will be held with the First Lady Arrest "Public Intoxication" ....................... 2
7th grade ­ Business
and elected officials to honor
Arrest "Theft" ............................................ 8 Arrest "Operating Vehicle/Never Received License" ...............................................12 Arrest "Controlled Substance"................... 1 Arrest "Shoplift"........................................ 1 Arrest "Driving While Suspended/prior".... 8 Arrest "Resisting/Fleeing Law Enforcement" .....................................1 Arrest "Possession of Marijuana"............... 1 Arrest "Assist Criminal" ............................ 2 Arrest "Obstructing Traffic"....................... 1 Arrest "Operating Vehicle/Habitual Traffic Violator 5-10 years" ...............................1 Arrest "Warrant-Driving While Suspended/ prior" .....................................................2 In addition to the above reports Officers investigated 11 accidents of which two involved personal injury. Officers answered 442 calls during the week. DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED Jonathan Howard, 21, W. Malone St., Peoria, IL Michael Jeremy Smith, 31, Pope St., Indpls., IN Angel Estrado-Rodriguez, 31, 4th St., Scottsburg, IN Nelson Modrate Calix, 39, Blue Hills Cr., Indpls., IN Cesar O. Rosa, 29, Broken Bow Trl., Indpls., IN Lisa Marie Thomas, 39, Arbor Point Pl., Louisville, KY Michael R. McFadden, 29, Wild Turkey Row, McCordsville, IN
8th grade ­ Science
the selected winner from each
9th grade ­ Education
participating grade level at the
The submitted essays are then Indiana Statehouse.
Speedway Yard Waste, Trash,
Recycle Pickup Schedule
SPEEDWAY POLICE DEPARTMENT "CRIME TIP LINE" 246-4322 Call and leave your anonymous crime tip 24 hours a day.
Speedway curbside trash, yard waste and recycle pickup
December 29 ­ Normal trash. January 5 ­ Normal trash and
"Working Together For a Safer Community" Chief Jim Campbell
is on a Zoned Tuesday (Zone 1), Wednesday (Zone 2), or Thursday (Zone 3) basis. All trash, yard waste and recycle should be put at the curb on the day the resident's
Recycle. January 12 ­ Heavy Trash and Trash. January 19 ­ Normal Trash and Recycle.
Church
zone calls for:
January 26 ­ Norma Trash
Directory
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St. Christopher
Catholic church
5110 W. 14th St. 244-7656 http://www.speedwaychristian.org Worship With Us This Week! 6:30 p.m. Thursday 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. Sunday Weekly Lord's Supper Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Childcare available
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2986 Moller Road
Speedway, IN 46224 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer 7:00 p.m.
317-291-8570 9:45 a.m. Sunday School All age groups 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Child Care and Children's Worship 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship
Invites you to any of the following Mass Services. Saturday 5:30 p.m. Sunday 7:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., Noon & 5:30 p.m.
for all services & Sunday School
Pastor: Jack Weigle WWW.ODBCSPEEDWAY.COM Independent-Fundamental-Bible Believing
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5335 W. 16th St. Speedway · 241-6314
Salem Park Church
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Matthew 18:20
"For where two or three Come and be our guest! We are ordinary people with an extra-ordinary message!
Service Times: 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:40 AM Morning Worship 6:00 PM Evening Service 7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study
are gathered in my name, there I am among them."
For more information: 317-241-7943 [email protected] · www.salemparkchurch.org
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Arrest Made in Shooting
of Speedway Man
Police have arrested a 17-year-old male for his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting of a 31-year-old Speedway man. Investigators obtained a warrant for Cameron Tibbs, 17, of Indianapolis, for Murder and Carrying a Handgun without a License in relation to the murder of David Bowman of Speedway. Tibbs turned himself in to investigators earlier in the week without incident and was placed into custody. Shortly before 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening, police were called about shots being fired at a Phillips 66 gas station in the 2400 block of Lafayette Road. When officers arrived, they found Bowman between the gas pumps and the door to the
gas station on the ground. Bowman was suffering from apparent gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene. Prior to being shot, Bowman had entered the gas station and purchased lottery tickets. Investigators believe this incident to have been a random act. After the shooting, investigators had been seeking a woman in a gold Chevy Impala wanted for questioning in connection with this shooting. Detectives have identified the female and located the vehicle and no longer need to speak with her. Anyone with more information about this shooting is urged to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262-TIPS (8477).
Obituaries
Merry Christmas
Of Speedway, passed away on
Thomas P. Carroll, 85
John and Alice Ann Davis, Dave and Diana
Lots of New Jewelry, Furniture
Monday, December 14. Tom was born on
Davis, and Mary Ellen Smith, and numerous
And Gifts
October 21, 1930, to
nieces, nephews, and
Thomas Carroll and Mary Dalton Carroll. After graduating
cousins. Tom enjoyed his retirement by
The Main Attraction
from Sacred Heart High School, he worked briefly at the Indianapolis Star-News before enlisting in
spending lots of time with his grandkids, volunteering at St. Christopher in various capacities, riding his
Antique Mall Open Daily 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. Closed Tuesdays
the Navy, serving on the U.S.S. Currituck for the duration of the Korean War. Afterward, he returned to the newspaper, working his way up in the photo engraving department
bike and walking around Speedway, and playing cards, especially bridge and euchre, at various venues. He was a Colts and Pacers fan, and like any true Irishman, a supporter
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to become the day foreman, retiring after 40-plus years. Survivors include his wife of almost 60 years, Judy (nee' Patterson) and his two children, Kevin (Amy) and Suzanne. He was
Villa of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to St. Vincent de Paul Society or Gleaners at Sacred Heart Food Bank. To leave the family online condolences,
1501 S. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46225
the extremely proud grandpa of Patrick, Andrew, Katharine and Madeline Kenny, and Christopher and Zachary Carroll. He is also survived by his brother John (Jack) and his wife, Shirley, his brother and sister-in-law, Dave and Brenda Patterson, and first cousins
please visit: www.stevensmortuary.net. We encourage family and friends to visit the site and share a special story or memory about Tom. Arrangements are entrusted to Stevens Mortuary.
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Caregivers fill void during the season, create box of Senior Holiday Cheer It's the happiest time of year for some, but for the elderly, the holidays can bring a deep sense of loss. Spouses, friends or family members have died. Other seniors have a wife or husband saddled with dementia or Alzheimer's disease. For others, sickness or old age, make it impossible to do traditional, simple holiday tasks they remember fondly. Visiting Angels, one of the nation's largest in-home senior care companies with a local office in your area, fills a void for the elderly this time of year with caregivers who provide the holiday companionship many seniors miss. Visiting Angels "Holiday Angels": Decorate home for the holiday, perhaps with new items that don't bring up sad memories of the past, but instead, create new looks and traditions. Help seniors address and mail out holiday cards to friends and family. Bake old favorites or new recipes to bring a new twist to the holiday. Run holiday errands: buy groceries, prepare meals, shop for and wrap gifts. Help arrange holiday travel, pack and create itinerary. An Alabama man and his wife know the benefits of having an "angel" on board during the holidays. Gene's wife Ann suffers from Parkinson's disease and dementia. Gene says his wife is no longer able to communicate with him, and she is no longer able to prepare his
meals or take care of him. Her disabilities are especially pronounced during the holidays when she sits at the table and she can't feed herself. "Ann's diagnosis does make the holiday different than in the past, but I am glad to still have time with her, she is as beautiful as ever. Our `angel' helps make the time together easier. She is not just a caregiver, she is part of the family; she is Ann's buddy," Gene said. Besides bringing in a caregiver, Visiting Angels' senior care experts recommend creating a box of Senior Holiday Cheer for elderly loved ones. This is a great project for grandkids, and it could become part of family tradition each year. Visiting Angels: Box of Senior Holiday Cheer Mini photo album: A UCLA study found that simply looking at a photo of a loved one can reduce pain. Holiday cookies or candy: All ingredients should meet requirements of a senior's diet. Ornament: It could be premade or one a Visiting Angels caregiver could the help the senior create -- a hands-on activity to engage a senior. Adult coloring books: Coloring allows the fear center of your brain (amygdala) to relax, thereby relaxing you AND not just while coloring. Giving that part of your brain a rest actually reduces stress overall. Gift card: Plan a special holiday outing to SEE ELDERLY ON PAGE 9
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TRIVIA TEST
By Fifi Rodriguez 1. TELEVISION: What is "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek's country of birth? 2. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a group of bacteria called? 3. SCIENCE: What is converted into alcohol during brewing? 4. PSYCHOLOGY: What is it called when someone has a phobia about touching money? 5. MUSIC: How many members are in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir? 6. MYTHOLOGY: What was the domain of the Roman goddess Trivia? 7. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What was Canada's first national animal? 8. LANGUAGE: What does it mean to be
flagitious? 9. ENTERTAINERS: What age did comedian Jack Benny always claim to be? 10. GEOGRAPHY: Where is the island of Alcatraz located? Answers 1. Canada 2. A culture or colony 3. Sugar 4. Chrematophobia 5. 360 6. Sorcery and witchcraft 7. The beaver 8. Wicked 9. 39 10. San Francisco Bay
STRANGE BUT TRUE
By Samantha Weaver * It was noted 20th-century French-Swiss film director, screenwriter and
critic Jean-Luc Godard who and an end, but not necessarily in made the following sage ob- that order." servation: "A story should * Those who study such things say have a beginning, a middle that Roman emperor Gaius Julius Verus Maximinus was more than 8 feet tall. * If you live east of the Rocky Mountains, you've probably spent summer evenings watching the flashing green or yellow lights of those beetles we call fireflies. You might be surprised to learn, though, that different species have different colored lights. For instance, the Paraguayan railway beetle can show both green and red lights (like a railway lantern; hence, the name). * According to the U.S. Census Bu- reau, there are currently more than 1,500 American residents named "Seven."
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By Wilson Casey 1. Which two of the four Gospels do not mention the birth of Christ? Matthew, Mark, Luke, John 2. 2 Corinthians 5:17 and Galatians 2:20 are among the verses to focus on what in a new year? Blessings, Moving forward, Grace, Church attendance 3. From Matthew 1:20-
BIBLE TRIVIA 21, who told Joseph (in a dream) the Baby's name was to be Jesus? Angel, Mary, Innkeeper, The Magi 4. Which book proclaims the first day of the new year is for resting and a memorial sounding the trumpet? Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers 5. Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever
ye do, do all to the ... of God? Likeness, Approval, Glory, Redemption 6. In which month of the religious calendar did the new year begin in the Bible? 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th ANSWERS: 1. Mark/ John; 2. Moving forward; 3. Angel; 4. Leviticus; 4. Glory; 6. 7th
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AREA BRIEFS
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HOMEWORK HELP ­ at Speedway Public Library for Elementary Students is available every Wednesday from 4 to 6 pm. Homework Help for Junior High and high school students is available every Thursday from 5 to 7 pm. Homework Help does not meet on holidays or school vacation days. **** JOB CENTER AT THE LIBRARY - Eagle Branch, 3325 Lowry Road, Dec. 29 and 30 from 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. In partnership with WorkOne and EmployIndy, the Library presents a free service for unemployed or underemployed individuals to receive one-on-one assistance to enhance their employment skills. The session will focus on job search strategies, interviewing skills, resume development, and instruction on basic computer skills. The Job Center is made possible by Knowledge Services, the Hoover Family Foundation and Friends of the Library through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. **** AMERICAN LEGION POST 500 MEALS ­ ALR Burgers and Tenderloins, Monday, December 28, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. 1926 Georgetown Road. **** COMPUTER TIPS & TRICKS: OPEN HELP - Eagle Branch, 3325 Lowry Road, Dec. 31 at 10:30 a.m. Adults are invited to bring questions or problems relating to using a computer, including applications such as Word or Excel, along with using email or the Internet. Oneon-one help will be provided. **** LIBRARY CLOSING - The Speedway Library will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 2 in order to update our computer systems. We apologize for the inconvenience. **** STORY TIME ­ Speedway Public Library, Kids ages 3 and up are invited to join us for stories at the library Monday, Jan. 4, 11 and 25 at 6 p.m. **** LEGO CLUB - For ages 6 and up. Join us for a LEGO "block party" at the Speedway Public Library. All you need to bring is your imagination. All creations will be photographed and posted on the library's Facebook page and some will be displayed in the library for a limited time. Thursday, Jan. 7, 6 p.m. **** CRAFT CLUB ­ Speedway Public Library, Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 6 p.m. Join us each month as we learn to create fun and unique crafts! All are welcome and you don't need any experience with crafting to join! This month, we will be creating cute and colorful felt owls made from pinecones! class size is limited so registration is required. Please call or see the front desk to register. **** COMPUTER WORKSHOPS RESUMES ­ Speedway Public Library, Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 6 p.m. This workshop will cover everything you need to know about putting together a resume, highlighting your skills, and formatting. **** A PROGRAM FOR TODDLERS - (ages 4 and younger) and their caregivers at the Speedway Public Library. During this 20 minute session, children will be introduced to books through stories, play, and song at the library. Friday, January 15 and 29 at 10 a.m. **** HOME SCHOOL ART HOUR ­ At The Speedway Public Library, Tuesday, January 19 at 1:30 pm. Any Speedway home schooled child, 5 & up is welcome to come to an hour of art. Registration recommended. **** AFTER SCHOOL CRAFT ­ At the Speedway Public, Wednesday, January 20 at 3:30 pm. Join Miss Wendy for a fun after school winter themed craft. For K-6 graders. **** FOOD FOR THOUGHT - Healthy Eating Saturday, Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. at the Speedway Public Library. January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Join us we discuss healthy eating options and look at some fun and healthy recipes. You will even get the chance to sample some of the recipes we are discussing. Class size is limited so registration is required. Please call or see the front desk to register. **** BOOK DISCUSSION - Long Man by Amy Green, Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. at the
Speedway Public Library. Join us for this month's book discussion as we discuss this novel about a community in crisis and the choices that must be made. **** WEB 101 - Thursday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m. at the Speedway Public Library. This workshop will cover the basics of internet use, including searching the web, navigating websites, and safe internet use. Class size is limited so registration is required. Please call or see the front desk to register. **** EXCHANGE CLUB OF SPEEDWAY ­ The Exchange Club of Speedway meets the first through the fourth Tuesdays of each month from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at Dawson on Main St., Speedway. Visitors are welcomed and selections of lunch entrees are available. **** DAYBREAKERS MEETING - The Indy West Daybreakers Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday, 7 a.m., Summit Place West, 55 N. Mission Dr. Call 260-0547 for information. **** NORTHWEST 30 TOASTMASTERS CLUB - The Northwest 30 Toastmaster Club meets every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Hope Baptist Church, 1055 N. Girls School Road. Members work toward improving their public-speaking and leadership skills. For more info, www. northwest30.freetoasthost.info/index.html. **** CHAIR YOGA - Tuesdays at 9 a.m., Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. This free program aligns movement with breathing, allowing them both to flow in harmony and letting stress melt away. **** GROUP AQUA FIT - Tuesdays at 1 p.m., this free class utilizes the buoyancy and resistance of water to provide exercise that is easy on the joints at Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. **** ADULT EDUCATION- Wayne Township Schools Adult Education classes will offer Basic Education, High School Equivalency and English language classes at Ben Davis University. To register, call 317-988-7975 for Marion County. **** STRETCH AND FLEX - Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Free exercise program designed to improve your flexibility. Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. **** BOOKS WANTED ­ The Friends of the Speedway Library are seeking donations of books, video tapes, CD records and puzzles for their annual sale. Proceeds benefit the library. If you have books that didn't sell in your garage sale, please bring them to the library. Drop off donations at 5633 W. 25th St. **** WESTSIDE WALKERS - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:30 a.m. at Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. Great way to exercise and socialize. **** CIRCUIT TRAINING - Thursdays, 1:30 p.m. at Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. This is a free, fast paced program that uses an increased number of exercises and decreased amount of rest. **** BUILD YOUR OWN BALANCE - Free class meets every Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Westside Garden Plaza, 8616 W. 10th St. Come practice a range of balance, coordination and body awareness exercises that can help stop a fall before it happens. **** NORTHSIDE SCRABBLE CLUB MEETINGS - The Northside Scrabble Club meets each Thursday at 5:45 p.m. for three games at Kessler Krest Baptist Church, 3315 W. 56th Street. For more info, call Regina Wilhite at 317 328-8009. **** DAYBREAKERS MEETING - The Indy West Daybreakers Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday, 7 a.m., Summit Place West, 55 N. Mission Dr. Call 260-0547 for information. **** LAUGHING SQUARES - Laughing Squares Dance Club Starts Lessons at Krannert Community Center, 605 S. High School Rd., on Tuesdays, 6:45-8:45 p.m. All ages welcome. For more information, call 317-839-2688. ****
Channel 28 & AT&T U-verse Channel 99 Wednesday, December 23 through Tuesday, December 29, 2015 7:30am ­ Speedway School Board Meeting The most recent School Board Meeting. 8:00am ­ Alumni Profiles We take time to recognize the hard work and accomplishments of some notable Speedway High School Alumni. This set follows Amber Hardwick, Emilee Johnson, Jason Delisle, and John Gergely. 8:30am ­ Holiday Lights of Speedway A brief montage of the holiday lights displayed in Speedway. 9:00am ­ OSCNA: 2013 Holiday Special In December of 2013, OSCNA invited the Speedway United Methodist Church's Bell Choir to perform at their monthly meeting. This is a rebroadcast of that performance. 9:30am ­ Parenting: The Greatest Challenge and The Biggest Blessing w/Steve and Lorri Zeller Steve and Lorri Zeller, parents of three boys who have all played basketball in the NBA, came to Speedway Christian Church to discuss their parenting philosophy in support of their book. Tune in to hear about their experience raising Luke, Tyler, and Cody. 11:00am ­ Speedway Boys Basketball vs. Scecina High School The Sparkplugs take on the Scecina Crusaders in the third home game of the season. 1:00pm ­ Santa Claus Conquers the Martians This 1964 B-movie tells the story of Martians who kidnap Santa because there is nobody on Mars to give their children presents. 2:30pm ­ Holiday Lights of Speedway A brief montage of the holiday lights displayed in Speedway. 3:00pm - Speedway Town Council Meeting The re-broadcast of the most recent Speedway Town Council Meeting. 4:00pm ­ Speedway School Board Meeting The most recent School Board Meeting. 4:30pm ­ Alumni Profiles We take time to recognize the hard work and accomplishments of some notable Speedway High School Alumni. This set follows Amber Hardwick, Emilee Johnson, Jason Delisle, and John Gergely. 5:00pm ­ Board of Zoning Appeals The Dec. 2 meeting of the Speedway Board of Zoning Appeals. 6:00pm ­ Speedway Redevelopment Commission The re-broadcast of the most recent meeting of the Speedway Redevelopment Commission. 7:00pm - Speedway Town Council Meeting The re-broadcast of the most recent Speedway Town Council meeting 8:00pm ­ Speedway Boys Basketball vs. Scecina High School The Sparkplugs take on the Scecina Crusaders in the third home game of the season. 10:00pm ­ Scrooge Seymour Hicks stars in this 1935 retelling of the story of Ebenezzer Scrooge. 11:00pm ­ Holiday Lights of Speedway A brief montage of the holiday lights displayed in Speedway. This week on SCTV: (11:00am, 8:00pm) The Speedway Boys Basketball team is back in action against the Scecina Crusaders. A Town Council meeting DVD is available at the Speedway Public Library or watch online. To watch online go to the Town's website ­ www. townofspeedway.org - and look for the townofspeedway.pegcentral. com link in the middle of the page. Merry Christmas from The Press
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Congress Expands
Speedway Public Library
Mental health care for Vets
New Books January 2016
By U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Indiana has a proud tradition of serving our nation. We owe it to our service members and veterans to help them access the best quality mental health care, and to deliver that care in a way that meets their needs. As a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, I've been working for three years to make sure we do a better job of taking care of our service members and preventing military suicide. The suicide rate among our military service members and veterans is not just a tragedy ­ it is a crisis. Last year, we lost 443 service members to suicide, making it the third straight year we have lost more service members to suicide than to combat. Through the first six months of 2015, more than 200 service members were lost to suicide. The demand for care has never been greater, and we must work to ensure there are enough mental health care professionals to treat service members and veterans. Our service members and their families face unique challenges and we should seek to provide incentives for mental Health Professionals to enhance their knowledge of military culture. We should also make it easier for our service members and veterans to find providers who can best understand their military experience and the treatments that are most effective. Building upon my bipartisan Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act, which was signed into law in 2014 and requires an annual mental health assessment for all service members, I worked this year to advance the "Service member and Mental Health Care Package" or "Care Package." Recently, provisions from the bipartisan "Care Package" were signed into law. The "Care Package" seeks to
address the shortage of trained mental health providers, focusing on improving care through three avenues: Community (or private) providers, providers employed by the Department of Defense (DoD), and the training of physician assistants (PAs) as new providers. Due to increasing demand for DoD services, we need private mental health care providers who understand the challenges facing service members and military culture. At DoD, health care professionals are on the front lines of preventing suicide and strengthening the resilience of our Armed Forces, so we must make sure they have the most up-to-date knowledge, training, and tools to recognize and manage mental health conditions. At the same time, we can help increase the number of professionals available to treat our service members and reduce wait times by expanding the use of physician assistants. The "Care Package" will help connect service members seeking private sector care with speciallytrained community mental health providers. It will create a regularlyupdated online registry, so veterans and service members can search for specially-designated community providers and will require up-to-date training for Department of Defense primary care and mental health providers in recognizing signs of suicide risk and other mental health care best practices. The "Care Package" also calls on DoD to train physician assistants to specialize in psychiatric care. While this legislation is an important step forward, there are no easy solutions and our job is far from finished to address military and veteran suicide. I will do all that I can to continue fighting to improve care for our service members and veterans.
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Development to Include Apartments, Condos, Parking and Restaurant/Retail
Loftus Robinson and Scannell Properties are selected for "Wilshaw" gateway mixed-use development
The Speedway Redevelopment Street Roundabout
retail space. The project will sit on 3.74 acres "Speedway has long worked to partner
Commission recently announced The five-story structure, directly with frontage on both 16th Street and Main with a group to develop this land, and we
plans to partner with Loftus Robinson and Scannell Properties for the development of a gateway mixed-use project on the southeast corner of the Main
across from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, will include approximately 150 apartments and 10 condos, a 500-space parking garage, and first-floor
Street. Developers are also pursuing the addition of a hotel. The architectural design draws inspiration from existing Main Street buildings, including the original Allison Transmission plant. This dramatic structure will enhance the area around 16th Street and complement the revitalization of the IMS including its new Legends Plaza and gateway, according to a press release. The building will be named after Wilbur Shaw, one of the IMS' greatest racing drivers and the last native Hoosier to win the Indianapolis 500. The developers are excited to
are delighted with what Loftus Robinson and Scannell Properties have presented," said council President David Lindsey. Once the exact scope of the project is defined, the Commission will enter into a project agreement with Loftus Robinson and Scannell Properties, which will include provisions for tax increment financing. SRC President Vince Noblet welcomed the project and its impact on Speedway's redevelopment efforts. "The Wilshaw project will define the north end of our Main Street and position us well for other exciting changes to occur in this area," he said.
continue the racing tradition and will sponsor Dreyer & Reinbold Racing in the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. The SRC released a request for proposals
Drew Loftus, a principal at Loftus Robinson, said the company was thrilled to be chosen for the Wilshaw project. "With our passion for racing and the
on the property in June and received seven responses for development. The SRC and Speedway Town Council worked together to select a developer that would achieve their goal to establish a significant structure beside the roundabout and IMS.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, we are excited to play a role in Speedway's revitalization," he said. "Our team is honored to be selected as the developer for this site." Construction is planned to begin next summer and will be completed in 2018.
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