By BENjhummel @ sjnewsco. comWeb:nj. com/benWeb: nj.
Sunday will be in the middle. 90s.
Rent a water motorcycle.
The first vacation is over.
"Warm greetings from the age of 94degree Houston!
"The city is going to empty my bank account!
"May 24 is the longest and most expensive day of my life.
"After they sent me home from the court tax office a week before they informed me that I did need to check my car, I also had to buy Texas insurance, because New Jersey is a "no fault" state, Texas is not, I was blocked from getting my license, registration and labeling again.
"Complain, I'm in charge of insurance-
But since Houston is a big city, I find that I spend 12 more dollars a month.
Got my temporary insurance card.
"There is no checkpoint here, so I went to Kwik Kar Lube at 9 from May 24. m. —
It cost me $40. 75 —
I 'd rather make an appointment than wait 30 to 45 minutes at a station in Jersey.
"Then I went to Harris County court and gave them all the information I needed.
"It's easy --
Short term, a little entertainment-
A waiting woman had a child who was singing "little star flashing" but cut his song short and frowned.
"Something about Chuck E.
Cheese, I think.
"But due to the $90 state tax, because I switched from Garden State to Lone Star State, the cost of labeling and registration was as high as $187. 30! “Ouch —
However, the new label is patriotic red, white and blue with a holographic shimmer --
"At this time, a good Samaritan came to the rescue.
"When I put my registration tag on the window, Mario and his wife were in court (
No cards are lost or carried and remind them to expire)
A flat screwdriver was prepared to put my shiny new tab on the car.
"I finally noticed everything that was broken and baked --
Driving a month in Texas bugs and 3-
Day Tour in Aprilewwwwww.
"The label in front is easy, but the second screw in the back is easy. J.
Tag did not give in.
"Mario got up, a gadget with pop music --
Take out the pliers in my hand and help me get into the lining of the trunk, hold the hook and loosen the screws.
"It took another 10 minutes to find another screw --
When we opened the suitcase, it had fallen from the car --
He had to go but I found it after thanking him and expanded my search a few feet behind the car.
"Then I went back to the human services department and I was standing there with a lot of chagrin --room-only packed —gimme strength!
"I only wish I knew to pack lunch while waiting in line --no kidding.
"I heard a teenager say he left, had lunch and came back.
"I should do the same.
"The first part is easy --
The information desk ensures that all your documents are available.
"However, every Texan has to take an eye test every six years, which is not a bad idea for every state and is a bit tough at first.
"Read the fifth line from left to right, yes, of course.
"The first time I pressed my temple in front of the audience, the fifth line was vague, or I should say it was a fuzzy mass of three groups of six numbers.
"Finally, after a failed reading, my eyes were focused on (
Or maybe my temple was so hard pressed by the audience)
I got a number and had to wait
There was no seat at first.
"There is only one thing wrong --
My number is 93.
"The brand that tells you the number of people serving is: 45.
Two hours, 45 minutes.
When I was able to sit down I thought many times out of the door and even almost fell asleep)
My number was called.
"Think the wait is over ".
"One person in line in front of me said that from where we were, it was another 45-minute wait --have mercy!
"At least I know what I'm facing this time --
About a dozen people in front of me.
"It's finally my turn.
"I stood in front of the blue screen and smiled (no do-
Or have a chance to see photos)
Print thumb finger electronically on Glass gadget, copy of my ID information
They took my N. J. license . . .
Took me $24.
"All the waiting
Three and a half hours.
I was handed a piece of paper.
"All the waiting and no license.
"I didn't get the permit until July 8 and was told that I would get it in Texas in 4 to 6 weeks.
"Obviously, with N. J.
, According to Texans here, your license request is sent to Austin and will not come back early.
"It will take six weeks.
"Total cost of inspection, taxation, labeling, registration and license --$252. 05! “At least (
A big sigh of relief)
It won't cost me that much (
About $100 per year)
In the next five years
"One more good thing --
From then on, you can get a new registration at the local supermarket.
"That's it until we meet again! Miss y’all! ’’—
"Dear Ben," Yes, the Bridgeton library is still here and planning the event.
"Please let your readers know that the Bridgeton Public Library will hold an open day for history on June 26.
"We invite all the people who communicate through BEN's column to a real-life party --
Saturday, June 26, 11 in the morning, Bridgeton Librarym. to 2 p. m.
Memories in person.
"But in case someone can tongue --
We have so many things that we can miss the past.
"The BHS yearbook, the exhibition, the books of the Bridgeton writers, the exhibitions of the Bridgeton theater during its heyday, etc.
"People can bring their own things.
"Friends at the Bridgeton Library even offer refreshments. “Thanks. ’’—
Gail Robinson, director of the library: "Hi, Jack!
"The human habitat in Cumberland County will hold a family dedication event at 10: 00. m.
Saturday at 617 Grape Street. , in Vineland.
"Habitat is a grass-roots organization that provides affordable decent housing for families in need of housing.
"Our organization urgently needs volunteers to help us with our next project.
"We started to build two new homes in Vineland.
"Your readers can register volunteers by calling 563 of our office --
0292, or stop in the family offer on Saturday.
"On this project, we can use skills at any level to help.
"Join us if you belong to church groups, civic organizations, or just want to help! “Thank you. ’’—
Linda Hinkley, president of Cumberland's human habitat, "Can someone tell me why Seeley Road, in the town of Deerfield, has been closed since our last blizzard in February, nothing has been done "when is the road work planned" and there are already signs of "rough roads ".
"However, the work has not yet begun.
"Is this the way it stays forever ? " This is very interesting. . .
Detour sign last weekend (
The road, located in the heart of Columbia Road, was moved to one side because several parties were held on Seeley Road and the road opened.
"By the beginning of the work week, the detour sign was set again.
"Who is responsible for the completion of the work so that the road can be repaired and opened after three months "-
"Community support for the open Sunset Lake project continues.
"We just learned that Bridgeton plumbing donated a water heater and other plumbing equipment to renovate the franchise booth.
"This donation, as well as the materials provided by Smith and Richards, H & R hardware, the world of light bulbs, and the staff of the Bridgeton landlord and tenant organization (BOLT)
, Will make it possible for the city to open this booth for the first time in years this summer.
"The work of the booth will continue on Saturday.
"The support for this project shows what a great community it is and I hope residents can shop locally and support businessmen in our city.
"Sunset Lake is a great place to have a picnic and enjoy the beautiful Bridgeton Park.
"I invite everyone to come down and see what improvements are being made. ’’—
That's who Bob Thompson is!
Buckshute country will perform from 7: 30 to 10 on Monday at dawn Township Senior Centerm.
The center is located at 288 Main Street. (Route 553), in Newport.
Admission is free but thanks very much for the donation.
Snacks are served during the break.
We also welcome and thank the donated dim sum.
"Happy Father's Day in memory of our father and grandfather, Donald dusell kaynelia.
"This time of year again, our memories of a person who loves his family and friends are more difficult and intense than ever before.
"Who gave us good memories that we will always remember and never forget!
"We love you, miss you! ’’—
4 D and familiar let Cheryl pace keep Paul hensberg in the interview.
Cheryl sponsored a double shot of Paul interviewing the doctor today.
Leo Johnson, author of the global warming scam.
Paul's interview will be broadcast from 11 to 11: 30 in the morning. m.
3: 30 to 4m.
On wsnj am 1240.
"As a lifelong citizen of Greenwich, my family is deeply rooted --
Sitting in Greenwich, I also want to know who the team is.
"What are they representing.
"I 've heard of a tea party, but I haven't heard of this. ’’—Edward S.
At the end of this column in The June 18 issue of Greenwich Sheppard, there is an article about Greenwich Tea Party Patriots, some who call themselves 'people with practical connections to Greenwich '.
"They seem a little annoyed by the 'green' name that comes with the Tea Party movement.
"I doubt the attitude of the Tea Party Patriots living in Greenwich.
"So I guess the accumulation of dust is not so much about using the name" greenwich "as about the Tea Party.
"As a historian, I am familiar with the history of South Jersey and Greenwich, and I humbly believe that if they are here today, greenwich's original "tea friends" will be proud of today's tea party, not only here, but all over the country.
"Having said that, I respect the right of 'people with practical connections with greenwit' to express their concerns freely;
Tea Party Patriots all over the country are fighting for it, no matter what name they use, it is a right. ’’—
Jimmy hollyso, why is Greenwich the name tarnished for connecting with what happened at Salem County playground? If the name is not put on in Greenwich town, the name should not appear in the title
In fact, it may be illegal.
"Ben," You missed a great party.
"Of course, it's hot on Sunday, but when you're hot, you know what they're going to say. . . .
"Even in the coolest places, nail house fundraisers are hot with the hottest cool music and hot music --hot-
The hottest food.
"People are cool and art is cool.
"We raised $2,800 in cool money to help meet N. J.
Historical Trust program grants!
"Thank you, Bridgeton. "Thank you all.
"Because at least 80 people took all the heat out.
"Thank you for sending money and atmosphere even if you can't come.
"Thank you for your affirmation of the place and the future of this heritage and eco-tourism.
"Now, Ben, can you consider the" let's --Hear-It-
Bob Dragotta, who lent us his mansion in East Lake.
Mary Harbs, who facilitated him)
A place where Gatsby is going to be green.
Irv Mellman and Jim Livoti as well as musician friends Sharon and Fred as they are the absolute sound track of our joy.
I swear he will give you five-
Feast on the stove and offer many extras including two great "housekeepers "--
Jamie Seton and Andrew maslanick
He glides in the crowd with sweat streaming sweaty's back, like ice sculptures made of plates. ~ Hummel’s (
Sandeep & Harpa Patel)
He offered so many delicious wines generously.
~ A Penny Watson, I happened to be sommeliere (
And the W & H client of the Trust grant project)
Who opened those bottles (
With the help of her friends)
Really poured her heart out.
Rita Lynn Lehmann, he will certainly --
Use her muscles as a nemesis.
The tone and the painting in all these wagesat-the-
The door of her bright smile.
Bob Thompson borrowed his parking space.
~ Debbie Lietzke because she took him and then convinced him to buy a lot of things and then won 50/50 and gave it back to me sweetly.
~ City council members, who have approved our application for funding for beginners and have demonstrated that the Sunshine Law does not apply to garden parties. ~ Mayor-
Elect members of Al Kelly and Celeste Riley to honor us by showing and releasing the body temperature they deserve more than they deserve.
~ Bridgeton Street, who provided us with a non-
Give gifts to employees, then give support to employees, and even volunteer personal assistance, especially Carola Hartley, chief Street officer, Ed Bethea, president, and Amy Loder, head of finance.
~ Bridgeton Entertainment and Melissa himpur, as well as all the people at parks and public works, have booked fundraising activities;
Care for the nail household itself over the years;
And promise to bring it back as we move forward.
~ Canvas bag, in order to sell the grace of a large number of tickets at company time, we hope to see a large number of fine prints from Sam Feinstein soon to get the view.
Sam Van Stein donated the production and foreshadowing of these photos, which is undoubtedly the sweetest photo ever taken by Bridgeton City Park.
~ Jim Bergman chose to take pictures and frame some of the best historical photos of nail art plants and parks from his vast collection & share some of his deep knowledge of the history of steel Masters here (
Even if there is a problem with his voice!
Take care of yourself, Jim! ).
~ Jack Wood, he found out and shared everything with ustoo-
Hidden history once magically turned a dirty, smoky ironworks into a real people's park at the turn of the last century, so that we can create green at the beginning of this park
~ Bill Chestnut and Arthur Cox, who didn't make it, but who knows we stand on their shoulders as we tell the story of the Bridgeton industry.
~ Thanks to all the members of the Work Committee and others who pushed the tickets and contributed a variety of energy and things, from tablecloths to flowers, from transparent glue to coffee, and then to the sacred dessert, Sarah Jane forsinati, Judith Melman, Sally Garrison, Steve kanahan, Barbara Brenner, carol Moore, Maggie Demark, and Tim Hartley, not to mention my dearest parking attendant Sandy fedema (
If there is anyone I have forgotten the name, there may also be dozens, thank you, from the heart "now, let's listen --
Applause from all over the historic Bridgetown rang: well done, people.
"The Town I like. . . . ’’—
"We need some help.
"We have a great SPCA rescue dog Max who is ready for the forever home and second chance.
"We 've had more than two months and he's now ready to make someone very happy.
"He was in a poor state when we first met.
Max has recovered and is doing very well.
"For more information and a lot of pictures, please visit :.
"Please forward it to your friends and family no matter what you are interested in.
Let's give the boy a nice home. "He deserves it. ’’—
George Edgar Joyce III "Hi Jack," Watch the Flag Day on Laurel Street --
Old Glory proudly flew on a freshly painted pole in the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department.
"Thank you, sheriff, and all of you in your department, for respecting our great banner. ’’—Warren A.
Robinson's summer reading program begins at 6: 30 on Friday. m.
Rick Waterhouse returned to the library with his new show, "Sam discovered the miracle of water," in which Sam sought a way to get water for the thirsty world.
When children learn many aspects of water and how we take care of it, they are very interested in books, songs and puppets!
The show is recommended to children between the ages of 4 and 10 and their parents.
"However, people of all ages are welcome.
Please call 451-register2620.
The summer reading program e. Bridgeton Public Library, which started on Friday, June 25, invites young people of all ages to "make a splash" in the library this summer "!
"Small readers" for infants and toddlers under the age of 0"
4 is a program that encourages parents and children to complete activities that help develop early literacy skills.
The "Sensation" program provides Story Time, crafts, book discussions and special events for 5-year-olds11.
"Let the waves @ your library" is a project for 12-year-olds
Weekly activities, travel, book discussions, etc.
Participants can register for the reading program from Friday, June 25 by visiting the library in person or online.
Pre-school story time on Tuesday, June 29; July 6, 13, 20; Aug.
10: 30 and 10. m. Children 2 years old
Caregivers are invited for stories, songs, finger games, crafts and snacks.
Story time is free and no registration is required.
Please note: There will be no story time on July 27.
Stories and crafts, June 29; July 6, 13, 20; Aug. 3 at 10:30 a. m.
Children aged 7 and older are invited to share stories, events and crafts.
This show will be done at the same time as our pre-school story time, perfect for older siblings!
No registration required. Baby Time!
Thursday, July 1, at 10: 30, 8, 15, 22 and 29. m.
Invite babies from 6 to 23 months and their parents or caregivers to the baby story time!
Baby will enjoy simple stories, nursery rhymes and songs in English and Spanish and will haveon-
Read it once with parents or caregivers during the meeting.
No registration required.
Diving Horse project at 6: 00 on Thursday, July 1m.
Don French will be here to talk about his mother and aunt, both performing with diving horses on the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
After his speech, we will be themed on the movie "Crazy Hearts can't be broken", which tells the story of his aunt Sonora Kaver. Rated G.
This project is 6-
8-year-old child, "the girl who is diving high immediately.
6-point comic art studio on Tuesday, July 6m. , for ages 12-18.
Lia Semenuk is a young artist who uses a variety of media, including pencils, ink, watercolors, sculptures and digital tablets and stylus, and she will present her art and teach
Registration is required. Author Visit!
On Thursday, July 8, 6:30. m.
Trinka Hakes Noble, author of the Cape May Diamond Legend, New Jersey reader and Jimmy's boa series, will speak and sign a copy of her book.
Older kids, but everything is welcome.
Please call 451-register2620.
Book discussion at 1: 30 Monday, July 12m. for adults.
Steve Lopez's "Soloist".
New members are welcome. Lego tournament!
Thursday, July 15, at 6 P. M. m. Kids ages 6-
16 people were invited to the annual Lego tournament in the library.
Participants must bring their own building blocks and have 45 minutes to build their buildings.
Michael Henry, the architect of Watson & Henry, will make a judgment.
Prizes will be awarded.
Registration is required.
On Tuesday, July 6, at 6: 00 in the evening, teen books were discussed. m.
Teenagers of grade 8 and above can receive Kristin Cashore's free book "Graceling" when registering.
If teenagers receive free books, they must attend the discussion.
Library projects funded by community development groups.
On Tuesday, July 20, friends from the Bridgeton Library met at 7: 00 in the evening. m.
Come out and learn how to help your library.
New members are welcome!
"Love to Read" magic show!
On Thursday, July 22, 6:30. m.
Magician John Carlson will present a performance full of magic and comedy for audiences of all ages.
Each child attending the event will receive a magical bookmark as a souvenir. Please call451-2620 registration.
6-year-old book discussion
Saturday, July 24, at 11. m. Children 6 years old
8 will receive a free copy of Linda Gao Altman at the time of registration "girl with high jump right away ".
If the children take a book, they must attend the discussion.
Friends at the Bridgeton Library began selling books at 10 on Monday, July 26. m.
Sales will take place during normal library hours and provide a large selection of gently used books for adults and children.
The library time is: Monday, 10. m. to 5 p. m. ; Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. ; Friday,10 a. m. to 4 pm; Saturday, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Monday, July 26 and Friday, July 30-11:30 a. m. Kids ages 9-
You can create a wonderful sculpture with art teacher Ziggy! This is a two-
Part of the process is most beneficial for children who can attend two meetings.
Registration is required.
Funded by the community development fund.
Sea creatures with amazing features!
On Thursday, July 29, 6:30. m.
Invite kids of all ages to explore the wet world of the water beast!
Learn about the habitat, food chain and anatomy of local marine life, and then get in touch with them in a timely manner!
The animals include sea stars, sea urchins, condescending crabs, spider crabs, green crabs, clams, conch and horseshoe crabs.
Please call 451-register2620.
The Woodruff Indian Museum, located on the ground floor of the library, has knowledgeable volunteers every Saturday. m. to 2 p. m.
Tourists are welcome!
Teen River pipeline tour!
Action to be taken on Tuesday, July 27. m. to 3:30 p. m.
Please take a sightseeing tour of the Egg Harbor River for teenagers aged 12 to 19!
Participants will take the school bus to the winding riverside camp in mestranding, enjoy a two-hour downstream tour and return to the library.
One parent can accompany a teenager, but this is not a must.
Parents must register their teenagers at the library and sign a license slip.
The trip is free, but a $5 deposit is required for registration.
Deposit will be refunded on the day of travel.
Life jackets will be provided by the pipeline company.
For more information, please call the library at451-2620.
God bless the Bridgeton Library
They are not making Mercurys because SeptemberWho is Ford's brain and he thinks the Mountaineer is the greatest SUV ever.
Don't be Lincoln if you want to cut things.
He is driving a small town in Lincoln County. we will go there to ride a tricycle soon.