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BOSTON POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 2, 2010 Pag__.__ee 15i Happy Easter EX [!~ I -"-~" oy ~at ~tarra~ant 419 Broadway ' ;i "" "~" ,- .......... Now Playing Center Field Upton Gets Deal from to break a batter's concen- CO-OPERATIVE rvere , MA UZ/4~J for the Dodgers ... Diamondbacks tration by constantly talking www.everettbank com Willie Davis, the player Twenty-two year old out- to them. i i ~.~AR'N " who followed the great Duke fielder Justin Upton has One day Stan Musial came ~r~~[~ Snider as center fielder for agreed to a $51.25 million, to bat and Campy starts ~m mm ~ Member FDIC the LA Dodgers and who used 6-year deal with Arizona. He blabbing to him about good his speed to steal 20 bases was a first time All Star in St. Louis restaurants. Strike f or more for 11 straight sea- 2009 when he hit .300 with One. They tell me the food sons and stole a record three26 homers and 86 RBIs. is great. Strike Two. Man, Buona Pas ua bases in a World Series game Wayne Embry I'd like to eat a steak. q passed away on March 9. Returns to Sox Then, Stan the Man hits a The Agency for all your Insurance Coverages Frank McCourt who owns Wayne Embry a free agent homer over the wall. As he m,~ l m ~ .,., the Dodgers said that Davis since November when the crosses home plate, he says ~.w~dr~lr~' .~]bl~][~]}fl~l~lb was "one of the most talented Colorado Rockies declined toto Campy, "How do you want -~= ~..,, =,~.=,~,= ~.. LL~J~,w,'~=.. players ever to wear a Dodg-bring him back will be back the steak, medium or well o ers uniform." He played 14 with the hometown team done?" "/~ ~~ seasons in Dodgers Blue, on this years. He'll be wearingLolich the Donut Man AUTO HOMEOWNERS TENANTS teams with Sandy Koufax, his old No. 43 uniform num-Shoulda Made Pizzas Too ("('~I~AE, AI:DK'I~I Don Drysdale, Johnny Podres ber again. Last season he In 1968, Mickey Lolich ~,~,v,,v,u~,~,~- and Maury Wills. He holds had a 5.84 ERA in 36 games, played for the Detoit Tigers Experience" makes the difference" the team_ record with his 31- Lifetime, he is 39-45 with a and owned a donut shop i i .I~--T game hitting streak in 4.59 ERA in 16 seasons. Soxon the side. One day a guy ;~ SPE CIAL S in RESTAURANT and BUSINESS POLICIES 1969. He was a lifetime .279fans remember his out- walks into the place ask- CALL TODAY FOR YOUR OUOTE hitter with 398 stolen bases, standing post-season in 2004ing the pitcher to invest in i i -- - He came up in 1960 and re- when he appeared in 11 of a pizza shop. Lolich says 617-523-3456 - Fax 617-723-9212 tired after the 1979 season, the 14 post-season games on that he's Croatian. He said ~f~ ~c~ p? ~-R nnM" Some fans had come to call the way to a World Series no. The guy was Mike 1 kon~,~._lIow-.Pl_.~e_uIt~._,32.~ost~.,..:A02114 him the second coming of title and posted a2.45 ERA. Lolich the founder of the :~ L.onvenlently ioca[ea wl[n tree r'arKing T Willie Mays. He finished his Welcome Back. Little Caesars pizza chain. ~1 ;l career playing for the Expos, More from AI Capo~-~-i He made so much money, il Cardinals, Padres and An- Did you know that catcher he bought the Tigers and gels. Another legend passes. Roy Campanella always triedRed Wings. Editorial (Continued from Page 3) Instead of empowering people will gain the theoreti- together to enact change af- families and individuals to cal right to health insurance, ter those acts were passed, make their own choices, At this point, I interject, at so should America respond Obamacare empowers the what price to the taxpayers to Obamacare. This law bureaucracy to make those and to the burden that will should be repealed. decisions for them. It is this be placed on the Medicaid Now, some 33 states have unelected bureaucracy, un- program that is now nearly already taken steps to chal- i answerable to the elector- bankrupt, lenge various aspects of |i ate, that will determine theAmericans will not stand Obamacare, including its content of health benefits for it. The American love for unprecedented mandate i! package, including medical liberty prevailed in our that every American pur- treatment and procedures, founding, and will prevail chase health insurance or and how much will be paid once again, face a steep penalty for non- 1t for those services. The leg- islation brings us one-step closer to fully government- run medicine, with expanded government power over fi- nancing and delivery of medical services that is sure to ration care in the name of cost control. You will hear the left say this new entitlement will be popular with the American people. Do not believe them for a second? Yes, 32 million In December of 1773, to protest unjust taxation, a group of American colonists dumped tea in Boston Har- bor. The punishment for that first Tea Party was a series of intrusive laws passed by Parliament that were so op- pressive that they could only be described as the "Intoler- able Acts." Obamacare is today's In- tolerable Act. In addition, just as the colonists banded compliance. Four additional States will have this ques- tion on the ballot in Novem- ber. It has just come across my desk, the Internal Rev- enue Service will be hiring 16,000 new agents at a cost of $10 billion; their respon- sibilities, collect the fines and penalties on Ameri- can citizens not in compli- ance with the Obamacare policy. Closing Public Libraries (Continued from Page 1) and data systems with abil- ity to expand, readily acces- sible via public transporta- tion, parking lot with branch or public parking adjacent to branch, ADA accessible, ad- jacent to existing/expanding commercial service areas, and strong school-age ser- vices with potential for like the libraries that bring people together. These fa- cilities help to keep our fami- lies in the neighborhoods. How does the City of Boston expect to keep families liv- ing in the city? We urge you to write to your local elected officials and voice your opin- If you live in East Boston or ion. If you don't, you could lose a part of your com- munity's soul. Once it is closed the idea of re-opening is very slim. You may also start peti- tions to save your library. For more information log onto www. bpl. org / budget. the North End you can e:mail: expanded services." These measures are posted on the library's web site at www. / budget. Libraries not on the lead list are the East Boston Pub- lic Libraries (Meridian Street and Orient Heights) and the North End Public Library. Communities like the North End and East Boston work hard to keep community alive and these two neighbor- hoods are slowly losing places that bring them together. The North End has lost the N.E. Union and the Christo- pher Columbus Center. East Boston has had its share by the shuttering of two par- ishes, St. Mary's and Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Build- ings do not make communi- ties, people do. It's places Sal. (East Boston only) (East Boston only) Rep'AarnMichlewitz@hu'state'ma'us (North End only) LETTERS POLICY The Post-Gazette invites its readers to submit Letters to the Editor. Letters should be typed, double-spaced and must include the writer's name, address and telephone number. Anonymous letters are not accepted for publication. Due to space considerations, we request that letters not exceed two double-spaced, type-written pages This newspaper reserves the right to edit letters for style, grammar and taste and to limit the number of letters published from any one person or organization. Deadline for submission is 12:00 noon on the Monday prior to the Friday on which the writer wishes to have the material published. Submission by the deadline does not auarantee publication. Send letter to: Pamela Donnaruma, Editor, The Post-Gazette, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113