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Philadelphia Daily News from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Page 16

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Two Key Specter Assistants Quitting for Private Practice mthhtlMM WHY HEWS MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1971 Tailgafing? No, Collision LONDON i UP I Motorist John Zammit set helplessly behind the wh-el of his ear as it was dragged 3 miles a 'on a a highway jammed under the rear of a tractor-trailer. Poliee said the nightmare rule end'-d when another motorist managed to flag down the tmrk. Zammit was unhurt but the two vehicles hud to he cut apart. wji i ral, iiV JvVr their leaving "at this time." But they have told friends they feel they have gone as far as they can in the office. Marino has been the backbone of the major case program, charged with seeing trials are assigned, prepared and disposed of.

He personally took over the 450 backlog of rape cases in 1968 and cut it to 158. MOZENTER has been Specter's nar-otics unit. Working with detectives Joseph Cella and Sheridan Kerrin, he has led many raids over the last several years. He's currently investigating reports that drugs are being smuggled into city prisons. Specter complained recently that "lack of funds" to pay his top men has threatened to seriously cut into his staff.

Those who have left his office in the last few months were all experienced men. They include Jay Gottlieb, Nicholas Nastasi, Martin Miller, Raymond Forceno, John Phe-lan, Michael Bayls'on and Robert Rovner. VOLUNTEERING RUNS IN THE FAMILY Three generations of one family are serving as volunteers at Mercy-Douglass Hospital, 50th st. and Woodland ave. Being congratulated by Theodore D.

Perkins, executive director of hospital, and Mrs. Helen B. Strauss, director of volunteers, are (1. to Mrs. Malinda Stratton, her daughter, Mrs.

Lorraine Lewis, and granddaughter, Connie Lewis. Deco Alan fiZeci, 6 furf In 2-Ccr Eastviich Crash 1 By DAVE BACKER Two of District Attorner Arlen Specter's top aides are planning to quit and form a private law firm. The Daily News has learned Chief Assistant D. Donald C. Marino and Robert B.

Mozenter are looking for office space and will be leaving the prosecutor's office within a few weeks. Marino and Mozenter have informed Specter of their intentions. Marino is head of the major trials division and Mozenter heads the rackets and narcotics division. Both make a year. MARIO, 3t, has been with the district attorney's office since 1964.

Mozenter, 31 joined th2 office in 1966. They are considered "key" men in the operation. Both are said anxious to become active in politics, something they can't do as assistant D.A.'s. Marino and Mozenter said the) do not want to discuss It; fill 4m -1 i ll UT '1 1 1 SINCE 1: I Si, I it VV I i IE I.KTISF.MOT California Man Follows Doctors' Advice For Treating Piles Treatment Shrinks Piles, Relieves Pain in Most Cases Millbrae. Mr.

C. H. Wahl of Millbrne reports: "I'm 68 years old and ben suffering from hemorrhoids. I asked several doctors about it. They said I should continue using Preparation which I had started to use.

I'm very rrateful for Preparation H. It has such a soothing effect and it certainly relieved my pain." I Note: Doctors have proved in most ca Prepa ration actually shrinks inflamed hemorrhoids. In case after case, the sufferer first notices prompt relief from pain, burning and itching. Then swelling is gently reduced. There's no other fornrala for the treatment nf hemorrhoids has doctor-tested Preparation H.

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57, of 1703 Robinson Havertown. driver of one of the cars, was dead on arrival at Mercy-Douglass Hospital shortly before 9:30 last night Rudolph V. Birch, 41, of 1213 W. Lehigh driver of the other car. was reported in serious condition at Methodist Hospital suffering from head injuries.

POLICE SAID Schraub was headed north on 84th and Birch, east on Tinicum when the accident occurred. Following the impact, police said. Birch's auto rammed a telephone pole, snapping it at the base. Schratib's wife, Ann, 55, was released from Mercy-Douglass after treatment for minor injuries. William Miller, 57.

and his wife, Eleanor, 55, of 1701 Robinson passengers in the Schraub, car. were also injured. Miller was in critical condition at Mercy-Douglass with multiple injuries. His wife is being detained at Methodist Hospital, as is Jesse Bagby, 52. of 1019 S.

53d a passenger in Birch's auto. Another passenger in the Birch car, Sabrina Baker, 14, of 902 N. 2d Chester, was reported in serious condition at Mercy-Douglass with chest, hip and abdominal injuries. Police said six emergency wagons sped to the scene of the accident where they were joined by units from the Fire Department. Gola Will Approve Stadium Turf Funds Continued from page 4 left of the original $38 million appropriations for the stadium that can be applied to the turf.

About S1.5 million will be for the actual "grass," the remainder will go for drainage. MO.VSAXTO, IXC, which had threatened last week t3 pull out of its agreement to plant the turf, will be expected to live up to a binding can-tract, Gola said. The city can enter into a final contract today, he said. Large expsnse is necessary for drainage because of the low-lying terrain in which the stadium is situated. Now You Know The longest total solar eclipse in recent history occurred June 20.

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