Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 30, 1949 · Page 15
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 15

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Red Cross Home Service Dept. Handled 279 Cases This Year The Home Service department of the Nangatu-ck Red Cross Chapter assisted 279 individuals and families during the past year, according to the annual report of Miss Emily Sophie Brown, chairman still in service, service secietary. The majority, 179, were ex servicemen and their dependents while an additional 34 'were men still in service. * The report is as follows: "The Home Service Department has assisted a' total of 279 individuals and families this year. Of these, 179" have~bePn ex-servicemen and their'.families,. 34 cases have teen men and women still in active service and their dependents, the remaining, 66 have : ;been civilian situ^ttioiis. •-< where" service was given with such problems as foreign inquiries, referral to other agencies, and family counseling." "A breakdown of specific services given shows that 63 people Dame in for assistance with personal and family problems. 37 people were assisted with cin.ims for different types of government benefits. The Chapter handled 24 eases of emergency communications during the I year including furlough and furlough verifications for active ser! vicemen, and emergency requests i for information regarding families | of stranded persons. 7 cases in- i volved reports provided for the ; military authorities and social ser- I vice departments of veterans' hos- j pitals. 143 people were given help- 1 fi'.l information regarding govfirn- i mer.t benefits and current legisla- ; tion and assisted with foreign in; quiries. Also in this group is included requests for investigation ' or reports on ?ases for other chap- j ters or agencie.5." i "While the total number of cas- ! es 'has decreased slightly from last ! year, the problems have been ex- j tremely time cosuming and com- I plex in nature. Counseling invol- j vcis mutual consideration of an in• dividual's personal or family prob- | lems in which the worker is re- FT-onsible for giving service in re- PORTABIE COMPLrr£-WI T H CAJ NOTE THESE FEATURES: • 4 Point Feed Guides your stitching straight and true, with just gentle guiding up to the needle. • Fingertip Pressure Release lets you darn and mend without using any special attachment. • Built-in Sewlight puts illumination on your sewing right at the needlepoint where if is needed most. • Hinged Presser Foot enables you to sew right over basting pins thus eliminating hand basting. • Automatic Bobbin Winder properly fills bobbin and automatically releases it when completely filled. • Dial Stitch Length Regulator. You can set the control and be assured of the right stitch for each gormenf. 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"In September 1948, National Headquarters sent a revised statement to all the Ch;i|}/ters, of the Home Service Program. There had been more changes made in the scope of the program and it was necessary to limit the financial assistance policy. There were several meetings held at the Chapter with the Superintendent of Pxiblic We- farc and the Salvation Army representative in an^ effort to form a community plan for cooperation among the three agencies and to see that the needs of the people were being adequately met. Copies of our program statement were given to these agencies." "In October 1948, Miss Jane Kel- \ logg. Home Service Secretary, attended a course for Home Service Secretaries and Directors at the North Atlantic Headquarters in Now Yortt City for two weeks. The purpose of this course was to discuss the over-all administration of the Home Service Pro- igram, the parts to be played by volunteers in the program, and the Bif plication of the new policies. • "In December 1848, Miss Mary James, who had been appointed Home Service Field Consultant by the Area Office for the Connecticut Shore Chapters, announced that this group of chapters would meet once a month to discuss common problems - in Hon;e Service. IMLss Brown and Miss Kellogg have attended these meetings which ars held monthly in the various chapters belonging to the group. Miss Kellogg made a study of the transient problem Which she presented in Norwnlk. The discussion which followed indicated thnt many of tho chapters have had the HJUTIO transient clients, and a review of our policies for these cases proved very ,helpful. Miss James discussed the possibility of producing a movie which would illustrate the various services in Home Servica at one of the early meetings of this group and the suggestion met with a great deal of enthusiasm. A committee to work on the project was appointed. This committee, of which Miss Brown is a member, has been working hard on plans for such a movie and Mrs. Hysell M. Brooks of the Watertmry Chapter. hTS written the script for it. Jack Conwa.y \vill direct the production, .selecting the members of i the cnst from the St. Michael's j Playmnkers. The filming will ha j in charge of Theodore Milne. With thf; cooperation of those volunteers and the efforts of all the Home Service Committee members in these chapters to secure gifts of kodachrome film from local dealers in the several communities, it is hoped that the movie will soon be produced at a low cost." "In March of this year, Miss Brown, Home Service Committee Chairman, attended a two day institute at the Ar<m Office in New York for discussion of the duties and functions of the Chairman and Home Service ComTriittee. After her course, Miss Brown set to work re-organizinpr the Home Service Committee. This committee now numbers 14, who are: Miss Brown, Chairman. Miss Anna Crane; Mrs. Harris' Whittemore, Jr.,; Dr. Edward Williams; Joseph H. Little; Mrs. Chester Garvin of Beacon Falls; Mrs. Albert Zikorus of Bethany.; Mr. Jay L. Hoyt; Mrs. Bruco Fisher, Jr., Atty. Lawrence J. Mat/kin; Mrs. William Magenrtu; Hyscll M. Brooks; Mrs. Victor Anderson; Mrs. Carl E. Anderson; The Rev. Willard S. Sop- or; Mrs. Clarence S. Austin and Mrs. John Carroll. The committee meets monthly and hypothetical cases are presented a.nd the Home Service Program statement discussed, in order to promote better interpretation and functioning of the department." "Social Welfare Aides under the leadership of Mrs. Clarence Austin have given many hours of assistance to the Home. Service Secretary. They are: Mrs. Austin; Mrs. Charles T. Reeve; Mrs. Thomas Ramsey: Mrs. V. C. Neklulin; Mrs. Oliver Case; Mrs. Albert Zikorus; Mrs. John J. Wrinn and Mrs. John Helquist." "T h e transperbition committee has also given many hours of service to the Home Service Department transporting clients to hospitals, clinics and other institutions." MISS Emily Sophie Brown, Chairman. Miss Jane B. -Kellogg, Home Service Sec'y. VAPGATUOK NEWS (CONN.). WF.nyKSPAY, NOV. SO 1M9— PAOK 15 FOUND DEAD The death of a Manchester woman is believed to have been accidental. The body of 24-year-old Janet F. Caffery was found on the floor in the kitchen of her parents' home. A medical examiner said she was overcome by gas and that there was no indication of foul play. 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