Panhandler in parking garage; Gypsy set for surgery; Jorje Romero wants to save Bridgeton treasures; Calling Dr. Highbloom; Hooray for Sally’s Beauty Supply Shop; Shep’s full of treasures; $9 billion investot ;estment for the taking; Jane Uhland’s pot pie; Campani’s Legacy Lanes;

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The column that says that Gypsy has her surgery tomorrow at Delaware Valley Veterinary Hospital on Route 322 in Mullica Hill and GoFundMe for the gentle, 3-year-old pit bull, and thanks to Quack’s Corner’s generous $100 contribution, the total has swelled to $415 out of the $900 needed, so God bless every one of you animal lovers.

By Jack Hummel

Radio: 92.1 FM WVLT Saturdays noon to 2 p.m.

Email: jhummel9794@gmail.com

Phone: 856-237-6645

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Good evening!

Scene: Parking garage for Jefferson Hospital in Philly.

Leaving from the 6th level after seeing Dr. Greg Kane.

A man waves us down.

“I’ve been waiting for a tow truck all day. I have my grandmother in the car and I need seven dollars for a taxi.

“Where is your grandmother?”

“She’s back there.”

“We don’t have any money.”

Not a strong smell of alcohol, but a lingering one.

Had the grandmother been right there in a car, we might have bought his story. Back there didn’t get it.

We’ve become a magnet for lost souls, and Mike Abbott, who hates even Code Blue, loves it.

We’ve got a shot to have on Saturday’s program at 1 p.m. on 92.1 FM both a Camden City cop with 10 years of experience and a prosecutor who wanted to call us on last week’s show, but Mike Abbott wouldn’t shut up long enough for us to give out the number.

We called him back and he’s looking at his schedule to see if he can come on with Jorje Romero, who thinks noon means 12:20.

Romero, owner of the stone house on West Commerce Street, was a Camden City officer for 10 years until somebody burned down his house and torched his car.

This prosecutor told us nothing has changed despite going to a county police force.

If Dr. Highbloom is available at Cooper and not working on Pepi Dragotta, we may need him to fix a  mitral heart valve, an echocardiogram has shown.

But first comes a lung cat scan to find out what 30 years of pipe smoking hath wrought in conjunction with breathing problems.

Then might come a pet scan to see if little dots light up, signifying lung cancer in the footsteps of Jonathan P. Casey, Verna Saul and other friends.

It’s just precautionary.

See all the things you can have done when you have Medicare with a Plan F medigap.

It’s like a whole bunch of mechanics working on your car at the same time while they take $462 out of your Social Security.

A sleep apnea test alone costs $2,800, and that doesn’t include the machine. We’ll let you guess what heart valve surgery will run.

But think of those not yet eligible for Medicare and no insurance, and what they can’t afford to have done.

“Thank you so very much, Sally’s Beauty Supply shop (between Hobby Lobby and Walmart) for donating 2 huge bags filled with goodies for us to hand out to our guests tomorrow night at Millville Code Blue during our PIT survey.

“It is very appreciated. I know the guests will appreciate them very much.

“Remember to support the businesses that support our citizens. Please tell Sally’s thank you!”

— Cindi Stanger Cooke

Speaking of Jorje Romero:

“We need to save all of our town treasurezsbefore it’s too late.

“If we can have a Save the Library, Friends of the Park, and Zoological Society, why can’t we have a Bridgeton Historical Preservation, Acquisition and Rehabilitation Committee/Group with some power to do the job.”

— Jorje Romero,

Bridgeton Main Street

That’s why we have Flavia Alaya and CHABA.

There is a historical commission.

They are in the witness protection program.

Saturday, just got a little of your radio show.

“The prehistoric museum was mentioned.

“Allen Carmen worked our farm in the winter of 63/64 he dug along the cat swamp and found many things, some almost complete pots, in the museum.

“They are labeled Greenwich  but they and many other things came from our farm.”

— Shep

Shep runs the maritime museum in Greenwich.

Greenwich is all history, but missing dikes.

Shep says he is depressed. Talk to him, world! PTSD is hell.

“The Levoy is nominated for NJ Arts People Choice awards and so is WheatonArt, Millville Arts District and others.

“Also, note that in all categories is the word OTHER. Type in Levoy or something local if you feel they deserve a vote!

“I did. One vote per email address only!”

— Cindi Stanger Cooke

Headed for Cumberland County?

Pascale Sykes Foundation and Melissa Helmbrecht Kappeler can make it happen.

Send goodwill ambassador Bruce Riley on a mission to Taipei.

Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics maker, is considering setting up a display-making plant in the United States in an investment that would exceed $7 billion, company chairman and chief executive Terry Gou said on Sunday.

The plans come after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged to put “America First” in his inauguration speech on Friday, prompting Gou to warn about the rise of protectionism and a trend for politics to underpin economic development.

Foxconn’s proposal to build a display plant, which would be planned with its Sharp Corp <6753.T> unit, depend on many factors, such as investment conditions, that would have to be negotiated at the U.S. state and federal levels, Gou told reporters on the sidelines of a company event.

Gou said that Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co <2317.TW>, had been considering such a move for years but the issue came up when Foxconn business partner Masayoshi Son, head of Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp <9984.T>, talked to Gou before a December meeting Son had with Trump.

As a result of the meeting, Son pledged a $50 billion of investment in the United States and inadvertently disclosed information showing Foxconn’s logo and an unspecified additional $7 billion investment.

At the time, Foxconn issued a brief statement saying it was in preliminary discussions to expand its U.S. operations, without elaborating.

— Reuters

“Good day for chicken pot pie.

“I never make it without hearing Sam Pierce saying, ‘Just keep rolling,’ when we would make it for the VFW. I sure miss those times.”

— Jane Uhland

Pennsville Little League 2017 Dick’s Sporting Good Coupons.

Remember to utilize these if you happen to be in Delaware to purchase any of your sporting good needs. Also, just a reminder to register @www.pvllonline.org soon! No need to pay now, just register to ensure you spot on a team!

— Pennsville Little League

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Economy going to Delaware?

The sage speaks …

“One year ago today, Bridgeton had 11 inches of snow. Valley Forge had 30 inches. Don’t let a rainy Monday get you down.”

— Sam Feinstein

Will Rogers is gone, but we have our Sam.

What’s happening at Campani’s Legacy Lanes.

LEAGUE HIGH SCORES 01-16-17
MONDAY NIGHT MEN’S
STEVE MEEHAN 265-193-243 701
DAVE ZIEGER 255-215-202 672
ANDREW DUBOIS 202-234-229 665
BYRON CALAKOS 215-202-237 654
ALFRED PIERCE 225-203-226 654
BRIAN SHIFLET 192-211-246 649
JIM CAMPBELL 194-242-213 649
TED DENOFIO 246-206-194 646
RICK MALONE 193-234-215 642
TOM HUCK 238-181-219 638
CHARLIE BROWN 173-235-223 631
FRED KENDALL 215-224-188 627
LARRY ORANGE 204-221-184 609
WAYNE GONZALEZ 180-234-193 607
ORVILLE JOHNSON 207-231-167 605
TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED
BRIAN SHIFLET 241-245-254 740
ALFRED PIERCE 241-215-221 677
DIANA SORELLE 223-208-239 670
GEORGE KENDRICK 183-265-174 622
SAMANTHA TAYLOR 153-239-212 604
BRIDGETON CHURCH LEAGUE
PETE SAMMS 224-210-278 712
TIM WILLIAMS 233-217-233 683
BOBBIE HOUGH 209-219-244 672
LEON FITHIAN 215-214-225 654
SUGIE HENRY SR 207-233-188 628
LARRY DAVIS 176-202-224 602
COFFEE AND DONUTS          
           
DONNA MORRIS 167-212-203 582
CINDY GATES 141-190-174 505
GOLDEN AGE
RANDY DICKINSON 188-192-242 622
PAUL DODD 179-224-188 591
CHARLIE BROWN 157-190-200 547
DAVE HITCHNER 136-205-198 539
WEDNESDAY JUNIORS
LOGAN U 235-210-211 656
JOHNNIE WILSON 193-203-182 578
ERIC JOHNSON 173-210-189 572
LEAH HENRY 153-170-230 553
MSHS
DR JACOBSEN 171-200-212 583
J AND J MEMORIAL
RAY MOONEY 279-211-279 769
JAMES MESSSECK 225-247-259 731
PHIL GANNON III 224-226-248 698
DAVE FRANCE 237-230-230 697
DAVE ZIEGER 205-268-222 695
DAVE RUSSO 246-205-244 695
BRIAN SHIFLET 197-228-268 693
DAVE WILLIAMSON 290-194-209 693
SID JOHNSON 240-232-212 684
MIKE SAMMONS 266-211-202 679
MARK COUCH JR 216-227-233 676
ROB ANDINO 257-218-194 669
RON WILSON 213-221-228 662
ALFRED PIERCE 247-191-224 662
JAYSON HAGUE 234-189-237 660
HERB HESTON 201-212-246 659
PAUL LAWRENCE 245-222-188 655
ERIC HOLLENWEGER 222-182-244 648
WILLIAM ZIEFLE 222-221-204 647
DENNIS BRADY 169-267-209 645
SUGIE HENRY SR 223-223-192 638
JOE GUINTA 181-207-250 638
STEPHANIE ARCHETTO 212-178-247 637
MOE THOMPSON 259-176-202 637
RICKY HOLLENWEGER 246-193-194 633
TYLER SHUMATE 208-184-235 627
KARL HERMAN 201-198-226 625
PATRICK HEBERT 216-224-181 621
WAYNE GONZALEZ 187-256-175 618
MIKE PETIT 223-191-506 617
NICK DURHAM 183-231-197 611
JOE MESSECK 203-212-190 605
FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE
BILLY ROB 268-257-256 781
MARK COUCH JR 258-300-205 763
RAY MOONEY III 245-278-227 750
GARY STARCHER 225-265-259 749
TRAVIS CLARKE 262-268-199 729
TYLER SHUMATE 279-217-222 718
AUSTIN BOONE 205-222-276 703
BRYSON COTTMAN 235-248-204 687
BILL ZIEFLE 214-226-235 675
MIKE SAMMONS 186-225-256 667
TINY LITTLE 242-215-197 654
MICHAEL DEFALCO JR 182-195-268 645
ROB MAGDIN JR 158-235-248 641
CURTIS JOHNSON 217-177-247 641
ORVILLE JOHNSON 243-204-192 639
ALFRED PIERCE 246-193-197 636
DAVE ZIEGER 192-229-209 630
NICK DURHAM 184-192-253 629
JON PIERRE LOGAN 195-186-237 618
SID JOHNSON 210-193-204 607
ABE JONES 201-213-192 606
FRIDAY CHURCH LEAGUE
ERIC JOHNSON 235-269-231 735
JOE COX 213-182-276 671
DAN MILLER 217-269-168 654
TIM JACOBSEN 171-200-212 583
WAYNE BUMP 190-203-189 582
STEVE MORRIS 193-218-169 580
BILL HESS 199-200-170 569
TYLER MASSIE 125-166-223 514
SHAUN RIGGINS 144-148-210 502
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YOU CAN BOOK IT: We can’t run for the hills because we have no hills, so we’ll invent some.

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Panhandler in parking garage; Gypsy set for surgery; Jorje Romero wants to save Bridgeton treasures; Calling Dr. Highbloom; Hooray for Sally’s Beauty Supply Shop; Shep’s full of treasures; $9 billion investot ;estment for the taking; Jane Uhland’s pot pie; Campani’s Legacy Lanes;

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