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Westampton Burlington County Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 2021, Westampton, New JerseyWEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2021 | BURLINGTONCOUNTYTIMES.COM PART OF THE USA TODAY NETWORK WINNER OF THE NEW JERSEY PRESS ASSOCIATION’S GENERAL EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR SEVEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS (2011-2017) Business Balancing act: Fed to start reining in economic aid as inflation risk rises. 2B WIGBJA-00617y Volume 63 | No. 25 To subscribe 866-492-1514 ©2021 $2.50 Weather High 52° | Low 31° Sunny. Forecast, 5A Climate: Biden administration launches plan to reduce methane emissions. 7A *Guaranteed not to clog for as long as you own your home, or we will clean your gutters for free. 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JOINT BASE McGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST A serviceman here has given the shirt off his back to provide a historic arti- fact of the recent Afghan refugee air- lift Airman First Class Nicolas Baron donated a camouflage-pattern blouse that was seen in a widely circulated photograph of an Afghan child sleeping on the floor of a transport flight crowd- ed with fellow refugees in August. “My blouse had fallen from where I’d hung it up and as I was focusing on my tasks, a mother picked it up and laid it across her child to help keep them warm ... It was heartwarming to see.” Nicolas Baron, Airman First Class An Afghan child sleeps beneath a serviceman’s blouse on the cargo floor of a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III during an evacuation flight from Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 15. PHOTOS PROVIDED South Jersey Airman’s blouse goes to museum Jim Walsh Cherry Hill Courier-Post USA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY Airman First Class Nicolas Baron holds his blouse for the last time before donating it to the National History Museum of the U.S. Air Force on Oct. 12. See BLOUSE, Page 2A EVESHAM TOWNSHIP – Everyone who visited Savich Field in Evesham on Oct. 17 were presented with pleth- ora of different cultures represented by extraordinary community groups, performers, food, music, vendors and more at the township’s inaugural Cul- tural Day Festival. Not only was the day a beautiful gathering of the many different cul- tures that make the Evesham commu- nity unique, but the day also served as a strong reminder of all that unites Evesham’s residents, no matter their background. Although attendees were of many different cultures, one trait they all shared was an eagerness to experience something new by learning from those different than themselves. Festivalgoers were encouraged to experience one another’s culture throughout the afternoon, while also bonding together with their friends and neighbors. The day was also marked by a visit from Gov. Phil Murphy, who toured the festival displays and spoke with many of the presenters and attendees. The Evesham Township Human Rights Advisory Council, in collabora- tion with the DEON group, Diversity & Equal Opportunity Network, began preparations for the festival months ago. For Mayor Jackie Veasy, the event was a reminder of why she was ada- mant the township form HRAC in the summer of 2020 as an increasing Evesham Township residents came together to celebrate cultural diversity during the inaugural Cultural Day Festival on Oct. 17 at Savich Field. PROVIDED Evesham Township celebrates cultural diversity From Staff Reports Burlington County Times USA TODAY NETWORK See DIVERSITY, Page 3A PHILADELPHIA – A smuggling ring here slipped contraband into a federal prison here by attaching items to a rope that was then pulled through a broken cell window, authorities say. An inmate at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia was convicted Friday of his role in the scheme, said the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia. Anthony “Slick” Robinson, 34, alleg- edly used a contraband cellphone from inside the prison to arrange smuggled shipments, the federal prosecutor’s of- fice said in a statement Monday. The Philadelphia man was indicted in April 2021 in connection with an in- cident caught on tape at the prison in April 2020. Prison officials saw a man outside the downtown facility, attaching items to a line, the federal prosecutor’s office said in a statement. “Security camera footage showed a rope being pulled up the side of the building facing Arch Street,” the state- ment said. A search of the cell with the broken window found prescription drugs, co- caine, tobacco, methamphetamine tablets, marijuana, a SIM card, and an Feds: Inmates used a primitive system to smuggle goods Jim Walsh Cherry Hill Courier-Post USA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY See GOODS, Page 2A COVID-19 vaccines protect you from getting sick. But due to the delta variant, the CDC now recommends that all K-12 students and staff, as well as all vaccinated and unvaccinated people in counties with significant transmission risk, resume wearing masks in public indoor spaces. Stop the spread ELECTION RESULTS For election results, visit burlingtoncountytimes.com

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