Importing excel files - problem with single quote

When importing excel files using 1.5, I can't get data with single quotes (') imported.
When I run the insert statement given in SQLPlus I get "ORA-01756: quoted string not properly terminated", which is different than the error that SQL Developer gives me (see below).
Also, I have a numeric value shown without a thousands comma-separator in the XLS file that I'm trying to load into a varchar2 field. But, the insert statements have added a thousands comma-separator which I don't want.
REM Error starting at line 1 in command:
REM INSERT INTO table (ID, NAME, CODE)
REM VALUES (2427407, 'Ed-u-care Children's Center', '73,000');
REM Error at Command Line:2 Column:37
REM Error report:
REM SQL Error: ORA-00917: missing comma
REM 00917. 00000 - "missing comma"
REM *Cause:   
REM *Action:
One last thing, TOAD gives a way to automap columns chosen from XLS to the columns in the database. It sure would be nice to have this functionality in SQL Developer.
Thanks,
Steve

Did you consider both to be bugs (i.e., single quote issue and thousands comma separator issue)?
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