Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 7, 1976 · Page 4
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HEW Schedules Hearings On/Welfare Regulations BOSTON - A bearing on Federal regulations to determine how much income or property an individual may earn or own to be eligible for welfare will be held here July 13 by tat Department oi Health, Education, and Welfare. The hearing in Region i (New England) will begin at 1 p.m. in Gardner Auditorium at the Slate House. Regional Commissioner for t Payments (617) 223- register at the hearing. Documentation on the income and necessary provisions is also available in advance from Mr. Lepisto. The Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) Program is jointly funded by Federal, State, and sometimes local governments. The Slates are conducting their programs regulations, general statutes and Supreme Court Decisions. Over the years the changes brought by new legislation and Court Decisions have made the regulations increasingly complex. HEW now intends to simplify and integrate them in the Project ONE Receives Federal Funding WATERBUHY, CT. - Funding the course which begins with an has just been approved, through 80-hour segment beginning federal contract, for a limited Monday, July 12, at the Holiday allowance to cover expenses of Inn, Waterbury, from a a.m. to participants in Project ONE'S 4:30 p.m. for a two-week period. upcoming core courses in On- ~" oology Nurse Education, it has been announced by Mrs, Charlotte C. Wright, R.N., <frector of Project ONE at Waterbury Hospital Health Center. Graduate and registered various parts of the country to obtain public comment before redrafting parts of the welfare regulations. The goal is to determine how much'property, cash and income an: applicant-or recipienl may have to qualify for welfare. The Social and Rehabilitation service.-which administers welfare programs withw HEW seeks public involvement to help identify issues and air problems before HEW regulatory decisions are made. \ it • solicits : views and suggestions from all interested public and private sources state and local agencies, professionals, recipients,, interested citizens and others. HEW Secretary David Mathews has said it is just as important to have public ta• voivement in making regulatory decisions, which have the force of law, as it is a process .by which other laws are made. the aim of revising the income- necessary welfare regulations Is to give them greater clarity, cohesiveness, and simplicity. Thus it will be easier for state governments to administer welfare programs efficiently. The New England Regional session is open to the public. Persons wishing te testify may register in advance by calling Arnold Lepisto; Assistant Navy Gets ToughAbout This core' course will include the nature of cancer, present methods of detection and prevention, and current treat- mails. Clinical laboratories will be used to afford opportunities for demonstration of skilled nursing techniques, and con- sidcralion will be given to tte psycho^ocial impact of cancer on the piljoil and the family. Additional course requirements will include a 30- hour course on the principles of teaching in informal situations, and eight monthly seminars to discuss specific patient care needs and problems, and to introduce additional educational and resource materials. Each nurse participant can expect the Project ONE faculty resource persons, who are their instructors, to maintain personal involvement after completion ol this course. These instructors will assist with clinical and educational activities related to cancer care - activities with NAUGATUCKNEWS (Conn.) Wednesday, July 7, l»l«-Pag*1 patients in the nurse's own hospital or agency, when called In addition to the Projecl ONE instructors, the core course participants will hear leclures from guest speakers in the fields of pathology, radiology, hematology, oncology, urology, psychiatry, general surgery and rehabilitation, among other subjects. The project is federally funded by contract with the' National Cancer Institute, an adjunct of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. II began in October of 1974, and to date nearly 100 area nurses have participated in the core courses. No tuition is charged, although a $40 fee is required from each participant for printed materials, lunches and miscellaneous expenses. BASS REPORT JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (UP1) - Striped bass, a salt water fish that was adapted to frestj water in the Carolinas, have been slocked in the Lake of -the Ozarks in Cenlral Missouri since 1967. Weight GROTON, Conn. (UPI) - It" won't be really difficult for naval personnel to meet new weight standard, according to Capt. John Bak«r, commander of f -Submarine Base' Medical • " » He said Tuesday the 1,000 mai'-and women -on the base: can rest easy about the tighter standards, issued from Washington, D.C. two weeks ago. He said they will not be strictly enforced for about six months. Even then, according to Baker, the rules will not be applied' in a "cut and dried" manner. Those showing progress toward weight gain or loss — even if they don't meet the standards — will be given extra leeway and would not be subject to punishment, which could include explusion, he said. • A five fool male sailor, formerly allowed to weigh 163 pounds, now must weigh no more than 140. The range for a six-foot male was 131 to 232 pounds; it is now 131 to 203 pounds. For a six-foot woman, the range is 125 to 171. pounds, compared to the old standard of US and 176 pounds. Double Murder Trial Starts NEW LONDON, Coon. <UP1) — The defense has begun in the double-murder case of Donald R. Brant, 43, and Richard DeFreitas, 36. 'The. first witoess, AUegra Munsoo of Hiddletown, R.I., an employe of the Rhode Island public defenders office, Tuesday- disputed the testimony of two; key protecution witnesses about the pair's location the day of the alleged murders. • Brant and DeFreitas are accused of killing Gustavous Carmichad, 38, of Baton and ap , unidentified : woman in Ledyard on Dec. 31, 1*70. Their bodes were found in May, 1974, when DeFreitas' former com- inon4iw wife Joanne ltd police to them. .Mix Murson testified she arrived at a party at Brant's rented- QuoDOcnontaug, R.I. cottage »1 8:30 pjn. on Dec. 31, 1*70 and left at 9:30. She said Brant and DeFreitas were both there when she arrived. Mn. DtFrdUs mtified toe pair were, in Ledyard until atoot 10 PJD. Jama Gardner, * former partner of the pair, hid tertifM'ht afrhtd at the party at 1»:M and that lfin i arriwd after he dW. COURTHOIISi; NEWS Dm Yrfrwute, 47, of 111 BkchLii u, ol Wbtar lute Out in- Pillsbury Cake Mixes SUPERMARKETS B&M Baked Beans Peter Pan S 1 ^79' Pillsbury Flour 5^79* Betty Crocker St ^59' Hi-C Fruit Drinks ^'43' Confectionery Sugar U.S. Brand 2 Ib _ llFmast Fresh r • Large Eggs ' siGradeA Wnn This Coupon 8, Purchase ol S5 or More Limit One Valid July 4-10. 1976 H-380 Green Beans F 'cT.. .5 'ST 1.00 Potatoes wS2, 5 ''"1.00 Veg-Allv4S, K '.3SS1.00 k Finast Ketchup 3 '^1.00 Gra-'a'&wn Bags! : t^s* Glad Trash Bags r. ms> ... P2k o 9 1. Baggies F FoMe Finast Frozen Food Values.' Tropicana Orange Lemonade *.,* ....... 3 ^ 1 .00 Sara Lee?£f .......... 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