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Archive for May 11th, 2009

lotteryTRENTON—In a cost-cutting move, Acting Lottery Executive Director William T. Jourdain announced that the midday drawings for the New Jersey Lottery’s Pick 3 and Pick 4 games will no longer be televised on the New Jersey Network after this week.

The midday drawings will now be conducted at lottery headquarters, and video of the drawings will be made available on the lottery’s website.  Viewers can still tune in to NJN at the typical midday drawing broadcast time slot of approximately 1 p.m. to see a summary of the results of that day’s midday drawing.

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Voice of the People by James J. DevineBy James Devine

I intended to title this article, ‘The Anointed One,’ but a typo offered a much smarter name to go identify with the GOP establishment’s purpose behind its intended coronation.

I thought the argument of inevitability was ridiculous when Hillary Clinton used it in the early primaries last year. It is no less of a fraud when applied to the Bush-appointed media darling whose cloak of lovability dissolved once he bathed in the pool of political opportunism, which leads to a question: When did Chris Christie become the only Republican who can beat Jon Corzine?

It appears that Chris Todd Christie may not be able to beat Steve Lonegan in a GOP primary, which should be unsurprising given the popularity of liberal Republicans these days.

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pastBy Diane Norek Harrison

PERTH AMBOY-This is from material given to me by Rose (Tarloski) and Jerry Celecki: In 1960, Perth Amboy Police Department had one chief of police, three police captains, 11 lieutenants, fourteen sergeants, three detectives and 55 patrolmen. There were three radio cars, one detective car, one chauffeur’s car, one patrol wagon, one emergency truck, the police launch and chief’s car. There were also two motorcycles and two motor scooters.

SAYREVILLE-On May 2, 1956, six new patrolmen were appointed to the Sayreville Police Department. They were: Benjamin Boehm, Ronald Connors, James Guilfoyle, Edward Rappleyea, Francis Seaman and Stanley Swider.

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Walk-Off Win

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Walk-Off Win – Trenton Thunder players celebrate their 4-3 victory over the Binghamton Mets on Mother’s Day. Catcher Jose Gil (38) hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to break the 3-3 tie. The Thunder players wore special pink jerseys that were auctioned off during the game. The proceeds benefited the Cancer Institute of New Jersey Hamilton, which is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton. (Photo credit: Paul Hadsall)

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baseball(as of 5/10/09)

1. Clark Circle Liquors (4-0)
2. East Coast Conditioning (2-0)
3. Breeze Eastern (1-0)
4. Chili’s(3-1)
5. Arena Sports Connexion (2-1)
6. Wealth Management Group (2-1)
7. Prince & Portnoi Attorney’s at Law (1-1)
8. Jabs Personal Stitch (1-3)
9. The Crossroads Restaurant (0-1)
10. Wray’s Diggers (0-2)
11. Senorita’s Mexican Grill (0-3)
12. The Kilkenny House (0-3)

Check www.leaguelineup.com/cmsl for more info. on the Clark Men’s Softball League

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