Broadley, Elizabeth (nee Onley), “Betty”, 91, of Marmora, NJ passed away on August 13, 2017. Born in West Chester, PA to William L. and Emma Elizabeth Onley on July 20, 1926, the family moved to Marmora in about 1938 and ran a large poultry farm. Thanks to the ingenuity of Betty’s parents, the property became the current Pine Hill Mobile Court, which is still owned and operated by the Onley, Edling, Foglio and Broadley families.Betty was graduated from Ocean City High School in 1944 and was the proud Salutatorian of her class.She was employed by the accounting firm of Henry Roescher and Arthur Ford, II.After WWII, a young Marine named Gamaliel Broadley found Betty at The Chatterbox, they were married on October 6, 1946, and the rest is history.Betty worked side by side with Gam in the plumbing and HVAC business for many years. She also volunteered at the Helmbold School teaching Life Skills, The Garden Project at Upper Township Primary School, Bible School, Sunday School, and 4-H Groups. Betty was a member of the Acorn Garden Club.Her baking skill was unsurpassed, and “Betty Broadley Brownies” are still famous!Betty was the beloved wife of the late Gamaliel Broadley. Her greatest joy was her children, Doris Ann Broadley, Brian G. Broadley, (Caren), Priscilla Beth Broadley, (Glenn Darby) and Nancy Gail Broadley. Her beloved grandchildren are: Bruce R. Sharp, Jr.(Grainne Murray Sharp), Taylor and Paige Broadley, Robert (Traci)Driscoll, Amanda Mattern(Andrew) and Ryan Driscoll. Betty’s great grandchildren are Bruce R. Sharp, Ill, Lana and Kelani Sharp, Caitlyn Seeger, Jackson Mattern, Ryland and Rhys Driscoll, and Findley George Broadley Driscoll. Betty is also survived by her sister, Doris Foglio, and her brother, William A. Onley. She was predeceased by her sister, Anne Edling. Betty has a large contingent of nieces and nephews on both sides of her family that will sorely miss their Aunt Betty.Friends and relatives are invited to Betty’s Visitation at The Godfrey Funeral Home of Palermo, 644 South Shore Road, on Thursday afternoon from 5 to 7 and Friday morning from 9 to 10:30. There will be a service celebrating Betty’s Life at 10:30. Interment will follow immediately at Seaside Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Betty’s Memory to Ranch Hope, PO Box 325,Alloway, NJ 08001.For condolences to the family, visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.
The Wisconsin men’s and women’s cross country teams will head to the Les Bolstad golf course for the annual Big Ten Championships this weekend. The No. 2 men’s team will look to add to its trophy collection as it hunts for its 8th consecutive Big Ten title, while the women’s team will attempt to improve on last year’s 8th place finish.”I think we’re situated right where we want to be as a team,” men’s head coach Jerry Schumacher said. “And similar to past years, I think the team is improving as we go. Earlier season meets have indicated that I think we’ll be pretty strong when we compete.”Making up the top contingent of runners for the Badgers will be senior Simon Bairu — who has won the event as an individual the past two years — senior Bobby Lockhart, junior All-American Chris Solinsky — who won the Notre Dame Invite last month — senior Ben Gregory — who took 3rd at the Jim Drews Invite two weeks ago — and senior Anthony Ford.Having won seven consecutive titles, Wisconsin will definitely enter the competition with a bull’s-eye on its back, a fact that hasn’t escaped Schumacher.”I think the Big Ten is always strong,” Schumacher said. “It’s probably one of the stronger, if not the strongest cross country conference in the country, there’s probably five ranked, top 25-30 teams in the country in the Big Ten right now, so it’s never an easy meet, so you especially can’t have any mistakes and expect to do your best.”Joining Wisconsin in the rankings is No. 11 Iowa, No. 17 Michigan, No. 22 Indiana, No. 23 Minnesota and No. 26 Ohio State. Iowa, Michigan and Indiana all ran in the Pre-NCAA meet two weeks ago and took 4th, 6th and 8th place respectively. Indiana is led by senior All-American Sean Jefferson, while Michigan and Indiana have a contingent of top runners.Minnesota ran against Wisconsin two weeks ago at the Jim Drews Invitational and finished a close second. With the addition of their two all-regional runners, senior Erik Grumstrup and junior Antonio Vega, who had been out most of the year with injuries, the competition looks stronger than ever in its push to outrun Wisconsin. Talent alone, however, does not win meets.”Things got to go your way that day,” Schumacher said. “We’re working really hard on doing things right and trying to put ourselves in the best position to win and when we get there that day there’s going to be a few other teams there in the same position. …Whoever has that best day that day is probably going to leave there the team champion and we’re preparing to be that team.”The women enter the meet unranked after placing 16th at the Brooks Pre-Nationals meet two weeks ago. Head coach Jim Stintzi has several strong runners, including junior Katrina Rundhaug, who was the 14th-place finisher at the Pre-Nationals meet, but the team has struggled this season. Part their struggle can be attributed to injuries, but with the Badgers healthy, they’re looking towards a solid showing at Les Bolstad.”We’re obviously really excited about heading into the Big Ten championships,” Stintzi said. “We are healthier than we have been earlier in the season. We returned A’ Havahla Haynes, who was second team all-conference last year; she’ll be back for the big Ten championships so she’ll help us come along. I think that we’ve made considerable progress since last year, although we’re probably not where we should be. So our goal for the Big Ten championships is to take another step in that direction.”UW’s biggest rival will be No. 2 Michigan, who is the favorite to win the meet and took first place in the Pre-Nationals meet two weeks ago by placing all five of their scorers in the top 22, and the No. 6 Illinois team which finished 5th at that meet. No. 11 Minnesota, No. 23 Michigan State and No. 30 Iowa are the other three ranked Big Ten teams.”I think that if we would put everything together this year, we could be competitive enough to be a top-25 team,” Stintzi said. “So that would be a step in the right direction and if we’re not a contender next year, we’ll be awfully close.”
Commissioner Alexander meanwhile, addressed what he said are some “troubling things” being expressed by the opposition side. This was confirmed on Sunday by Commissioner of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Vincent Alexander. “What is it you want to hide in relation to matters such as taking the list which was used at the place of poll, on which list names were struck off, to determine how many persons turned up to vote and then check the actual ballots to see the correlation between the number of persons recorded and the number of ballots in the box. What is the difficulty in that and transparency? Why do you try to go to the RPA to exclude that and want and use 162 and 22 to include other things?”he asked. “There is no provision for streaming in any of the legislation. So if we are talking about streaming, we can only go to 162 of the Constitution and the RPA 22 which gives the commission latitude. (But) the very people who have agreed to the use of the latitude are also seeking to object to the very latitude for other things,” he told the media Sunday evening. “So, the question on what we do in the recount continues to be a red herring and there are those who are still suggesting, notwithstanding the decision, that we should do a numerical count, while they are shouting transparency. And so the question arises, you are screaming transparency, you are using the latitude of 162 and 22 to call for streaming, but then you want to take away that streaming when it comes to how we conduct the count.” Amid the concerns raised by opposition commissioners, Alexander said the Chairman’s pronouncement encapsulated what was previously resolved. Alexander said if the opposition wants to be transparent, there should be no issue. CMC That includes the intermittent broadcast of the process. Justice Singh also expressed the desire to have the ballot boxes viewed when they are out of the containers so that persons can confirm that there was no tampering with the seals. The Commissioner said there is the recognition that should that be done, the probability of disparities between what is struck off on the list and what is in the box will surface. According to him, “people do not want this to be known.” Although a decision was already taken on the matter, GECOM’s Chairman Justice (ret’d) Claudette Singh will make a pronouncement in writing to commissioners, in what is expected to be the final say on the matter. He said the recount is being conducted under Section 22 of the Representation of the Peoples’ Act (RPA) and Article 162 of the Constitution. However, there are persons who are trying to “use” 162 of the Constitution and Article 22 of the RPA at their convenience. Emerging from a lengthy commission meeting on Sunday, Alexander said the operational plan and final order for the recount are completed, with the Order set to be gazetted on Monday, after the issue of live streaming is further addressed. However, Alexander said the Chairman is leaning towards an audio broadcast instead of a live stream, as she has chosen to “lower the tempo of aggression” displayed in the media including social media, especially towards her. “And so, we have a very difficult situation, where there seems to be an agenda of what is being pursued [by the opposition]. But at the end of the day, we have finalised the plan and order but for that one thing.” The commission meets again on today to finalise the process. GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The long-awaited national recount of the March 2, General and Regional Elections in Guyana will get underway on Wednesday.
IOWA CITY — Iowa’s seniors hope their final game in Kinnick Stadium ends with a victory when they host Illinois. Offensive lineman Levi Paulsen says it will be an emotional day for him.Quarterback Nate Stanley says the key will be to focus on the outcome.Kickoff between Iowa and Illinois on Saturday is scheduled for 11 o’clock, with the pre-game at 9 o’clock on AM-1300 KGLO — Today’s other championship games10:00 — 8-Man — #1 Audubon vs. #3 Don Bosco7:00 — 3A — #1 Solon vs. #2 Epworth Western Dubuque TODAY:AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Class A football state championship game — West Hancock vs. Grundy Center — pre-game 1:00, kickoff 1:30AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa men vs. North Florida — pre-game 5:00, tipoff 6:00 IOWA CITY — The Iowa Hawkeye men’s basketball team plays host to North Florida later tonight. The Hawkeyes are 2-1 while North Florida is 4-1 and made 21 three pointers in its last game.That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery who would like to see sophomore Joe Weiskamp get it going offensively. Weiskamp is averaging just over 10 points per game and is just three of 11 from three point range.Tipoff is scheduled for 6 o’clock tonight, with the pre-game at 5 o’clock on AM-1300 KGLO. IOWA CITY — Kathleen Doyle scored 21 points and the Iowa Hawkeye women erased a 13 point deficit to edge Princeton 77-75 in overtime in Iowa City. Hawkeye coach Lisa Bluder,Iowa is 3-1 and heads to the Puerto Rico Classic next week.Mason City native Makenzie Meyer played 39 minutes, scoring 19 points, grabbing seven rebounds and handing out three assists. Megan Meyer did not play. You can hear Iowa’s two games at the Puerto Rico Classic next Wednesday and Thursday on KGLO, with Wednesday’s game against Cincinnati starting at 2:30 and Thursday’s game against Townson starting at noon. AMES — A senior class that has helped turn Iowa State into a consistent winner will play its final game in Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday when the Cyclones host Kansas. Linebacker Marcel Spears is part of a class that endured a coaching change shortly after getting to campus.Spears says a winning attitude has been installed in the program.Kickoff at Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday is scheduled for 11 o’clock. CEDAR FALLS — West Hancock faces Grundy Center in the Class A state football championship game this afternoon at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. It’s the first trip to the state title game for the Eagles since 2011, who have had a perfect 12-0 season after falling in last year’s semifinal round to Hudson. Coach Mark Sanger says his team had a bad taste in their mouth after that loss to Hudson and have been working hard since the first week of practice to get to the championship game.Sanger says Grundy Center is a very athletic ballclub that will give his team a challenge.Grundy Center is 11-1 after beating St. Ansgar in last week’s semifinals. You can hear live and local coverage of West Hancock football today on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com, with the pre-game show starting at about 1 o’clock, with kickoff at the UNI-Dome scheduled for shortly after 1:30. CEDAR FALLS (AP) — Trae Berhow had 20 points as Northern Iowa rolled past Cornell College 88-66 on Wednesday night.James Betz had 16 points for Northern Iowa (6-0), which earned its sixth consecutive victory to open the season. AJ Green added 15 points. Spencer Haldeman had 11 points for the home team.Marcus Quirk had 12 points for the Rams. Devin Davis added 11 points. Jordan Magnani had 10 points.Northern Iowa takes on West Virginia on Tuesday. MASON CITY — 2nd-ranked NIACC won seven of ten matches to down 19th-ranked Iowa Western 26-15 in a conference dual last night at the campus gym. Christian Minto at 165 pounds scored a 19-3 third-period technical fall win over Noah Rutjens, with Holtan Truax the other wrestler for NIACC scoring bonus points with a pin at 197. Other winners by decision for NIACC were Clarence Lee-Green at 125, Brock Luthens at 133, Hunter Luke at 141, Tony Mendoza at 149 and Rendon Miller in overtime at 184. NIACC is 2-0 in duals this year and will wrestle at the Coe College Invitational on Saturday in Cedar Rapids.