If you missed today’s show on 92.1 FM, we can’t wait until you catch up; Thank you, Michael DeLeon!; Litter, litter everywhere and all the hoards did shrink?; New Bridgeton Library director, but more hours needed, like six days a week; EMS Cafe Sunday buffet lights up Route 49; Boxing gloves needed?; Duker Ts pickled clams? 14-inch sub sale; Sorry, Alex!

The column that says even Alex Calabrese liked our show on 92.1 FM today even though it was hectic with Michael DeLeon, of SNJ Today calling in from the Cincinnati airport going from one speaking engagement to another majoring in prevention and naming who is clueless in the fight against addiction all over the country and Joy Taylor and Jennifer Toy in the studio telling their own stories and how the treatment centers have no open beds, and then we suddenly thought, why doesn’t Cumberland County have its own treatment centers instead of having to count on places up the road, and then DeLeon’s wife messaged to say one with 20 beds is opening here in November, so it’s a start.

By Jack Hummel

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

Email: jhummel9794@gmail.com

Phone: 856-237-6645

U.S. Army: RA13815980

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Good evening!

Jack, good show today. That Mike fellow was spot on. Big pharma owns every politician from dog catcher to president. The damn legislators are the biggest prostitutes.”

— Buena bard

“Great program. Your guest (Mike) was very informative. Needs to return.”

— Jane Hemighaus

“Just so happened to turn on to 92.1 as they were announcing you, great segment on this horrible disease, the work you guys are doing is amazing! thank God for people like you and Darla!”

— Ronnie Hickman

“You’re an amazing man, Michael. I pray God keeps you safe as you move the message of prevention and advocate for our brothers and sisters.”

— Donny Lathrop

Yeah, Michael DeLeon kicked ass and named names, but wonders why he isn’t invited to give more lectures around here, and why the first people in the school system to get laid off are the social workers.

“Words will never express the level of gratitude I have for the opportunity God has given me to make a difference in the lives of others.”

— Michael DeLeon,

from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

Why wouldn’t Gov. Christie answer Michael’s several pleas to sit down with him and get his side of the story before embarking on his own drug solution?

Do they care about South Jersey?

Do we need to educate people living in or visiting Bridgeton, or do we need more code enforcement to keep the city free of litter by convincing people that it makes our city look bad?

§ 203-8Maintenance of private property.

No person shall throw or deposit litter on any open, occupied or vacant private property within the city, whether owned by such person or not. The owner or person in control of any private property shall at all times maintain the premises free of litter and maintain authorized receptacles for collection in such a manner that litter will be prevented from being carried or deposited by the elements upon any street, sidewalk or other public place or upon any private property.
No person shall sweep into or deposit in any gutter, street or other public place within this municipality the accumulation of litter from any building or lot or from any public or private sidewalk or driveway. Persons owning or occupying property shall keep the sidewalks in front of their premises free of litter.
Shssssh!
We have a new director for the Bridgeton Library.
Shssssh!
Back to normal closing hours on Thursday and Friday after closing at 5 p.m. because the children’s programs director left.

Breakfast buffet every Sunday 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at EMS Cafe

Voted best breakfast in Salem County! $8.99 all you can handle.

Waffles
Scrambled Eggs
Bacon
Turkey Bacon
Sausage Patties
Chipbeef Gravy
Sausage Gravy
Bisquits
Pancakes
French toast
Donuts
OJ
Homefries

www.emscafe.com

856-935-0349

Quinton, New Jersey
mile marker 13 on Route 49
97 Quinton Marlboro Road

“We all should keep a pair of boxing gloves around for when people have a problem they cant work out. Solve it like that instead of taking a life.”

— Scott Sheppard

Driving on Route 540 between Centerton and State Highway 77 at 2:30 p.m. today and they’re loading a completely burned up car on a flatbed with a fire engine and a state police car there.

No other vehicles and nothing but fields on both sides of the road.

Duker Ts’ pickled eggs will be ready next week. Waiting to get my clams so I will have pickled clams available, soon I hope.”

— Bob Barber

Bob, set up in the Amish Market in Hopewell on Thursday and Friday and sell out both days.
But no orange blue colors!

Sub sale.

Tickets are $8 and subs are a whopping 14 inches. Italian only. Money due no later than May 15 and subs available May 20, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Order day of at 609-224-7128..

Pick up at Heavens Saints Worship Center. 221 Newport Road, Cedarville.

 Terry’s Custard, who survived the bridge over Sunset Lake being closed to traffic way too many times …

“Got me a pint of chocolate and banana ice cream. No fake crap, homemade, excellent ice cream.”

— testimonial

YOU CAN BOOK IT: Sorry we cut you off today, Alex, but the call waiting was too important.

 

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If you missed today’s show on 92.1 FM, we can’t wait until you catch up; Thank you, Michael DeLeon!; Litter, litter everywhere and all the hoards did shrink?; New Bridgeton Library director, but more hours needed, like six days a week; EMS Cafe Sunday buffet lights up Route 49; Boxing gloves needed?; Duker Ts pickled clams? 14-inch sub sale; Sorry, Alex!

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