Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on January 18, 1971 · Page 4
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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 4

Camden, New Jersey
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Monday, January 18, 1971
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4 COURIER-POST, Comdtn, N. J., Monday, January II, 1971 Official Must Quit Or Serve Fulltime Courier-Post Bureau TRENTON . Philip Insabella, the lawyer who heads the state office of consumer protection in Newark, at $22,000 a year, has been told to serve fulltime or quit. - The order came from Atty. Gen. George F: Kugler Jr., who said: that "on balance he s done B good job" despite a ban-age of criticism hurled at Isabella's office by a recent, foundation-financed investigative report. Applications Due At Trade School Registrations are being accepted at the Camden High School Vocational Park for second semester evening courses which begin Jan. 25. ... Free courses will be offered in power sewing, drafting, print ing, medical terminology, typing, business machines, machine shop,.auto mechanics, appliance repairs, lathe operation, electronics, auto body repairs, office practice, beauty culture, data processing, carpentry and brick laying, shorthand, graphic arts, refrigeration and air condition ing,; dress design and dress- making, and child care, in : which . mothesr may enroll : their pre-school- children. ' : Additional information is available at the vocational park between 6 and 9 p.m. Kugler told a news conference today that many of the criticisms in the report were valid and had . already been implemented some prior to the publication of the document. For one thing, he said, legislation will be introduced to raise the size of fines imposed for business frauds from $50-$100 to $100-$1,000 for first of fenses and from S100-S200 to $250-$2,500 for subsequent of fenses. Kugler said he and Insabella had had an "understanding" that he could continue his law practice if it didn't interfere with his consumer office duties. "Although it was inconsistant. with my policy as attorney general," Kugler said, "I reluctantly allowed him to continue." Kugler said he now has changed his mind and, feeling Insabella should serve full time, has requested he ' decid e office in the hands of state between his law practice and' priial PYamjner Edwin ' H. -""-N V'' !f' DR. DR. WILLIAM T. READ LOUIS C. RIEGERT Medical Examiner May Be Demoted the state post, "I think he will make up his mind very soon," Kugler said ITALIAN BOMBINGS ROME (UPI) A wave of political bombings and arson spread from the northern city of Trento to Rome and Bari today. Persons in a speeding were car hurled a firebomb at a Socialist party office in Rome shortly after midnight. Albano said Dr. Riegert. failed to file 32 reports "on violent deaths occurring in Camden County extending over a period of one year"' and that Dr. Riegert had admitted that 326 reports on nonviolent deaths VH nnt been filsd as of Mav 24. The court order said efforts made m va n to secire Z reports and that Dr. '-i failed to file a list Continued From Page One Also cited in the order was a series of complaints by the Camden County Police Chief's Association, Camden C i y police, Dr. Albano's office, state police and some lawyers, some dating back to 1969. Following the -order, state agents took over the office and made recommendations for a streamlining of operations. Freeholder p. ' Vincent In Cooper RiveryNewton Creek Petitions Ask Halt in Dredging Petitions calline for - thei Aprm-dine to Mrs. Evelvnl commission and the dredge has restructuring of the CamdenjG u t w e i n-Guenther, executive been i idle since midsummer. County Park Commission and a . , n' r,m) C.C.DOE was represented at halt to dredging plans in the Cooper River and Newton Creek are being circulated by a local ecology group. - secretary of the Camden County-hearing by attorney Victor Defenders of the Environmentr Yannocone. who gained of uncompleted reports. SHOP AT HOME SERVICE CALL YOUR NEAREST GRANTS STORE H J .lL - r -f UxV-r-rHT- t-4 v rv - -ftl fir T ,nlVi i?rwr i i f riiv i' ii Lazzaro who . dversees the medical exarniner's office said the office is now considered one of the most efficient in the Istate. i On Dec. 7 Judge Schalick idissolved . his . .order and remanded the office to the con trol of . the board of freeholders According to Lazzaro, who also confirmed that the current assignments of Drs. Riegert and Read will be made permanent, the operation of the medical examiner's office has been completely revised Lazzaro said that Drs. Read and Riegert now earn $15,000 and $13,500 respectively. He also said that the newly-created post of deputy medical examiner has been filled by Dr. Raymond Jazz, P6p Poll Picks Clapton And Warwick CHICAGO - Had they lived, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix would have repeated among the winners this year in Playboy magazine's annual jazz and pop music poll. I But, the magazine says, only living artists are eligible, so Eric Clapton was selected to succeed Hendrix in the guitar category and Dionne Warwick j moved in as the top female vocalist. I Among other choices in the! reader poll: Joe Cocker, not even listed among the 25 leading male vo calists last year, took top hon-eri in that category. The Chicago, in its first appearance in the poll, displaced Blood, Sweat and Tears as the favorite instrumental-combo. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young moved up from seventh place to take the laurels from the Beatles as the favored vocal group. , (CCDOE), the group hopes to gain enough signatures to force the commission and the Camden County Board of Freeholders to revoke what it calls an "ecological atrocity" on the two waterways. The subject cf two of the three petitions is the planned dredging of Cooper River from Cuthbert Road to Route 130 and Newton Creek near Cuthbert Road. ' j Work Halted , , ,. Last year : the park commission acquired a $108,000 dredge under a lease-purchase arrangement and began dredg ing the Cooper River in what it called a project to eliminate pollution and flooding conditions i along the waterway. - ! However, in midsummer, both the U.S. Army Corps ofj Engineers and the state halted the work because they claimed the commission had not applied for a permit to dredge the area. Since that time, the commission announced plans to dredge Newton Creek in Haddon Township, but CU C. DOE objected and appeared at a state Department of Conservation hearing on the matter. A decision by the state is still awaited by the national fame when he was instrumental in having the pesticide DDT banned, in Wisconson. Yannocone has promised to appeal an unfavorable decision by the state. Asks Condemnation Meanwhile,- Mrs. Gutwein-Guenther says the petitions call for county residents to condemn the dredging . that has Been completed and ask that dredged material currently, piled along the banks of the Cooper be pushed back into the water to restore the river ; "to the original winding stream it once was." ;v ; Also being called for in the petitions is the restructuring of the park commission to consist of professionals in conservation. Mrs. Gutwein-Guenther said the group is asking for the installation of a limnologist, a hydroldgist, an a re h e t i c t , planner and landscape archetict. , f , Mrs. Gutwein-Guenther said a projected $66,000 plan to dredge Newton Creek of accumulated silt could be accomplished by the use of a crane and drag line at a cost of $6,000. - Now You Know The oldest known specimens of Chinese writing date back to about 1,400 B.C. and were found inscribed on bones and tortoise shells. (UPI). Artificial Teeth Never Felt So Natural Before I ' Now . . . Plastic Cream Discovery ' Revolutionizes Denture Wearing For the first time, science offers a plastic cream that holds dentures as they've never been held before forms an elastic membrane that helps koli your denturei to tlu natural tit-lues of your mouth. It's a revolutionary discovery called Fixodent for daily home use. (U.S. Patent 3,003,988) Fixodent holds dentures firmer . . . and mart comfortably. You may bite harder, chew. better, eat mora naturally. Fixodent lasts for hours. Resist moisture. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get easy-to-use Fixodent Denture Adhesive Cream at ail drug counters. - at salary HEED HEW DRAPERIES? SAVE UP TO 26 OU OUR TVO BEST-SELLING ANTIQUE SATIH FABRICS SALE J Jj YD. Carlton Strath more Yes, one of our decorating consultants will be glad to bring these exciting fabrics to your own living room. obligation tobuy! All draperies are made and installed by experts. ISn joy these savings now! Plus labor Additional charge for Installation GEEKEI(XH3 ' 4 ' ' Schiffman, $10,000 Other changes, Lazzaro said include the addition of one clerk-typist to the office staff which v operates out of the county's morgue on 43rd Street, Pennsauken, bringing the number to two clerks. - The- freeholder said the morgue's staff of two custodians has been reduced to one and the position of an around-the-clock aide has been eliminated. Lazzaro said the aide was on call to assist when one of the office 's four mdica investigators moved a body into the morgue. He said the job was eliminated by the purchase of a mechanical device which allows one person to lift, bodies. Lazzaro' said the changes were recommended by JrranK Tomaino of the state medical examiner's office. Assembly Gets Bills On judges Continued From Page One governor wouia most, likely replace them With Republicans. But Dumont thinks Beetel and Barry are good county judges and boosts his bill as opening the door, for Republican ap pointments while leaving the Democrats on the bench. As in Salem, the case load in his area warrants the extra judges, Dumont adds. .,. The Senate today also will consider a . bill to abolish the right of municipalities to adopt gun control ordinances in favor of such regulation by the state under its nationally known gun control statute.. The measure's prime sponsor is Sen. Mat thew Rinaldo, R-Union. 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