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Page 20 October 28,1976 The Wellesley Townsman

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CONGRESSMAN THOMAS P. "TIP" O'NEILL


ENDORSES DAVID J. DALY FOR REPRESENTATIVE!
CONGRESSMAN THOMAS P. "TIP" O'NEILL, JR.
57 SMITH PLACE
'
CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02138

October 26, 1976

Mr. David J. Daly


18 Tappan Road
Wellesley, Massachusetts

02181

Dear Dave:
1 want to congratulate you on your victory in the Democratic
Primary. I am confident that it will be equalled in the
November elections.
Your election to the Legislature will bring a new voice of
commitment to the cause of public service. I shall be proud
to serve with you toward that end.
Sincerely,

ThorJJfs P. O'Neill, Jr.


Majority Leader
United States House of Representatives
Signed: Robert H. Flynn,
35 Pembroke Rd., Wellesley
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Human Relations Service aiding community 28 years


Since its founding 28 years ago
by Dr. Erich l.indemann, the
Human Relations Service has
taken an active role in the community to prevent emotional
problems before they arise and
to help individuals deal with
problems of social and emotional
development
Human Delations Service is a
community mental health center
serving the children and families
of Weston and Wellesley This
center is many things. It is a
place where a staff of 16 mental
health
professionals
(psychiatrists, psychologists and
social workers I provide a range
(ii services to help families and
children resolve problems of
social
and
emotional
development. It is a place where
people confronted by a personal
crisis such as a divorce, death in
the family, loss of a job,
marriage problems or whatever,
can find help in getting through
Hut this is only one half of what
II US does It provides an extensive program of consultation to
other community agencies.
Every public school in Wellesley
and three of five in Weston has
an HRS consultant to which its
staff can turn to solve problems
with children and to enhance
their own general skills.
HRS also Drovides contractual
consultation services to the
Newton-Wellesley-Weston Area
Office of the Department of Mental Health, the Newton-Wellesley
Hospital School of Nursing, the
Weston Youth Commission,
MultiService Center and the
Wellesley Day Care Center.
From time to time, other consultations such as to the clergy
are done
Philosophy of HRS is that being a part of the community
means being open and responsive
to input from its members. Not
onl\ does the staff provide consultation to the community, but
it receives benefits from it also.

As an independent, non-profit
corporation. HRS has a citizen
Board of Trustees which
provides a direct line of communication to the residents of
Wellesley and Weston. This
Board, through an extensive
committee structure, takes an
active role in the agency's policy
making
Although independent, HRS
has been affiliated for the past
six years with the State Department of Mental Health. It is an
integral and active part of the
Newton-Wellesley-Weston Mental Health network which
includes
Newton-Wellesley
Hospital,
Newton Guidance
' Center, Frceport and NewtonWelleslcv Weston Youth Service
Centre
This affiliation allows HRS to
work closely with these other
local mental health service
providers nn mutual problems of
interest. to facilitiate the provision of services that HRS cannot
directly provide: and to participate with these agencies in
affecting state mental health
policy for this area through close
work with the Department of
Mental Health Area Office.
HRS charges its clients for the
services it provides. Fees are set
on the basis of family income and
negotiation with clients. Three
years ago. HRS went to considerable trouble and expense so
it could qualify for a State
Department of Public Health
License as a mental health
clinic.
This license permits HRS to
receive payments from Medicaid
and private insurance companies
sach as Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
This is especially important in
view ol I he new State statute
(Chapter 1174) requiring private
insurance companies to provide
at least $500 of out-patient mental health coverage per person
annually

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HWCATrOH-Cootmurt
EDUCATION OEPTContinued
Ertamal Audit Bur
727-577*
Fire Fighting Training
Statr ft-Stow - Hudson 568-8M8
GF0 Test Ofc
727-5778
H.cjn School Eqiivaiency

ELOCRS AFFAIRS Dtl-T


120 B0YL BOS
Office of the Secretary
A4m Ofc

727-7750
727-4092

Program Planning t Management


EMERGENCY FINANCr "

P'jjun>--727

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY WV OF
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LOCAL JOB & CLAIM CTRS
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Sa'em
Claim Ctr 247Essex
745-1860
118Washincton--745-1860

Lel Ofc
727
LaalslatrH AMUrs Ofc
727
Library f*ters:cn Bur
6Sb>j.o'iB- 267Mtdil Sr'vi 6 1SR.r:to*AEirtC*m* 876Nutritio^d, f ducataon & Foe!
Servs- -727
Ociupitu-rAi Education

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HARBOR AREA MENTAL HEALTH &
RETARDATION SERVS
SEE MENTAL HEALTH DEPT
HOSPITALS
Boston State hospital
SoiMortonDor- -436-6000
Collaborative Deoression Study
591 MortonOor-- 265-3113
|ch lindemann Mental Health Ctr

CovtCtrBos- -727-7100
nity Ca'e Unit
5". 1 McrtonDor- - 436-7635
ITass Mental Health Clr
/Fen*codRdRox--734-1300
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SEE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

D-v- 727-5730
UmlnntrA'nt ><, Bur 727-81
CETA
727-573:
Posl Secondary But 727-57
Prrvte B.:'jr,-i'. School
Programs- -727-57
Private Caireipwo-nce Ik Tde

I SERVICES EXEC OFC OF

General Info StateHse


727-8065
ospital Revenue Program
J 70MortonJatn -522-2944

5:ha3l Prtaramt--3M*

Ptofur '.rrvs fcur


7Z7-57:
Peiearrn Coordination
Bur 727-8
Spr-'ai Kcedi B..
727|
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935-465
ENERGY POLICY OFC
lAshourSjsjeJJI Bos- -727 Ai

Development' Plann.-t? Ofc - *


Pr.viit-: Bui-nets Scsoo:
Pro**r*,-^v--7!
Private Co-retpor.dtnce &
Trio* School Programs- -727Pup'l T.,1. i,:_'.-tton
P-esrams- -727-5790
Reiiar'til EtfuCartiati Centers
f. ojroi notion - 727 -5706
We^ioral 0c
Grr.>'.e BdSjtea
S4MT.dceA.tnC4.>* -547-747?
Kcrll rjst
1551 0,g-a
N Andover 682-3734
Put'.f tie
tMSjuthSt
_>tsfrfld 499-0745
Southeast
Lakevi la

WOOSTRIAL ACCIDENT OIVWORKMEN'S COMPENSATION


100 CAMBRIDGE BOS
|"wnt 727-3398
Jons
727-3404
[Hearing
727-3405
information
727-3407
ance Register
727-3432
_ fixation
727-3436
Lump Sun-, Settlements
Boston--727-3399

Medical

727-3411

Personnel 727-3390
Planning 4 Administration-727-3395
Public Employees
727-3437
Rehabilitation
727-3440
Seif-Insurance
727-3441

INSURANCE DIV
100Cambridge Bos
Connecting All Departments --727-3333
RNSHIP OFC
18TremontBo--727-8688
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Sp'-oefifU
?0B5ftj
tVsrces'.er
Bee-njr. - - w Boyiston 835
Re'earcri PlanmflQ &
Ev*n*itran 0..-727
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2CenterPUBoi--742-3711

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Bur-5tu.iet jv so-/ Councils &


Serv Ctr--7?7-7040
Student Ser.s Bur
727-5754
Surp.jv Pruperty Bur
727-5774
Teachtr Ccrt.l.cat.ofl &
Place-nerd Bur--727Tiaehtrt' "''..rement Bo-7?7-

HyCe Park Mini-Job Ctr


Little City Hall
I179River-- 364- 3434

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T.tie IIT FSEA
727:
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Bua-wt t Faelllttei Dept -727-5364
Chancci'or's 31; 727-5360
Collegiate Auv-c-t/
727-5362
Irr,m,jrat n * A-nericaroiat Ml
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73TrerrtOS--227-0718
Police P.osra727-5468
SSTIOMI A*!I.-, 727-5366
Veteran A*en>
727-5368

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(l)Mnii- -322 8890
Nekton Job 4 Claim Ctr
26Centre- 969-9470
Norwood
Claim
Job C
Qu'r,cy
Claim

8Curr.mingsrly- -323-7465

It's three o'clock in the morning.


One of our famous Nor'easters'Koes twisting through your town. The power goes out.
Now what?
If you have to deal with a state-run
power authority, you're in trouble. Just look
at the problems the State has had running so

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-727-3600
7276250
727-2795
727-7200

-2310
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ns 727 4777
Direct P-envum Payments --727-?335
Claims-Special Investigation 727-6396
Statistical Research
727-2318

TRIES DEPT
SE 80S
ling
727-3486
Die
727-3454
Commissioner-As.st
727-3478
Conciliation 4 Arbitration --727-3466
Employment Agencies
licensing Bd--727-3696
. OOUPMI
727-3457
I'K: Safety
-727-3460
Wage
727-3476
intent ol Wages
727-3464
fior.i! Hrglene
39Boi8os - -727-3982
Personnel-Adm
727-3452"
SUtistKis
-727-3593
LABOR RELATIONS COMM
JOOCamhSos
727-3505
: Elect'oni
100Car:.r,dgeBos 800 392-6044
Charge To Calling Party
Ma>s Exchanges Dial 1 and
^e telephone number listed above
COURT PemoftnSflBos- 227-7470
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
STATE HOUSE BOS
Document koorn
727-234H
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
General Information
727-2424
Clerk
727-2356
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Counsel
727-2360
Lobby
727-2424
Maionty Leader
--727-2365

Majority Whip

727-5455

Minority Lcar --

-727-2375

Mindly Whip

-727-2375

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many things... then ask yourself how they


would run a complex business like electricity
The record of electric company
employees in meeting the worst crises
in New England is unmatched.
Vote against creating another Politically-Appointed State Bureaucracy.

VOTE NO on QUESTION 4
in the Nov. 2 Election.

KJHNI AtfKKN BHICKOHYl I.IKK HI) NHVMufJ MAIKIM


'hainran. ('niniiM*-<h>ld laraaleTaksnver.il il.t-amn. In.lu.irv

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HELPING PEOPLE help themselves art theit staff members


of Human Relations service of Wellesley and Weston: (front
row, I. to r.) Phyllis Btrkowlh; Shayna Gochborg; Ma re la N.
Copal; Dr. Haskel Cohen; Francos V. Mtrvyn, dlroctor; Dr.
Arnold M. Kerzner; Dr. Theodore Droltr; Rebecca M. Portnoi;
Shirley Jacobson; (back row, I. to r.) Harriett Doherty;

Jonathan Cooper; Ruth Bronk; Dr. Eric Harris; Carol Cole;


Michael Seligmann; Cynthia Walker; Susan Wright; Zelda
Rytar; Sandra Aizloy; Patricia E. Pond; Dr. Robert L. Evans;
Herbert A. Hills, Jr.; Not present when picture taken: Dr.
Audrey Jones and Beth Marmor.Photo by Robert W. Chalue

Contract awards, pumping station


problems are discussed by BPW
by Ed Bryant
Contract awards and problems
at the Boulevard road pumping
station were the main topics of
discussion at the October 20
meeting of the Board of Public
Works.
Two contracts were awarded.
RTE Corporation will provide
the electric division two 300 KVA
Three Phase Pad Mount Transformers for its underground
project on Linden street between
First National Stores and Pine
Tree road. RTE was the lowest
of seven bidders at $5,706.
Lighting
material
for
renovations and r.ew in' stallations in several locations
will be purchased by the Electric
Division from George H. Wahn
Compan*
Fixtures will be
replaced at the Town Hall and on
Rice street. Abbott Road will
receive street lighting changes,
and new installations will appear
on Monadnock road, on Bellevue
road, on Appian Way. and in the
subdivision at the end of
Fullerbrook road. Wahn's bid of

Bomb threat
case resolved
John W. McCann, 23. of 24 Kipling rd. was found not guilty "by
reason of mental illness' of the
threat to bomb Judge Arthur
Garrity's Wellesley home last
February.
He was returned to Medfield
State Hospital following his trial
Oct. 20 in Norfolk Superior
Court.

October 311
is parade day
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$6,611 was the lowest of 10 submitted.


Board Member Edward Bleiler
brought up the possibility of
offering prompt payment as an
incentive to bidders to submit
lower bids. Bleiler suggested
that in the future when bids are
solitited, bidders should be informed that alternate bids may
be offered contingent upon
prompt payment on the part of
the department. The other
member present, Richard Birch,
concurred.
Department
Chairman M. R. Berdan agreed
to carry out the proposal.
The board next heard from
Fred Welch of the department of
public works. A Garden road
family has accrued an unusually
high water and sewer bill due to
an undetected, faulty water
closet in their basement. Declining to recommend a hardship
abatement. Mr. Bleiler's suggestion was adopted to allow the
family to pay the bill over a ten
month period. Mr. Berdan was
asked to prepare a proposed
schedule of payments to be
presented to the next Board
meeting for consideration.
Report of renewed unpleasant
odor from the Boulevard Road
Pumping Station followed.
Berdan told the Board what had
been done since the odor was
first reported, and explained
what further steps might be
taken. An activated carbon filter
system will be installed.
Having acquainted himself
with the problem first hand, Mr.
Bleiler urged that efforts continue to alleviate the discomfort
the odor has brought to residents
of Boulevard road.
There are no town sewer
facilities on the south side of
Worcester street between
Weston road and Woodbine road.
A home within this area, at 7%

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Worcester street, has had


aboveground sewage during a recent period of high water. It was
voted to inquire of the Board of
Health whether a health hazard
exists before recommending any
action.
For a time, the Board of Public
Works had been left out of the
public officials' liability insurance policy ordered by the
Board of Selectmen for all town
departments
The information
that Public Works had not been
included came to the Board on
September 16. although the

Board ot Selectmen's insurance


advisor Robert Hoffman was informed as such on July 28.
Thomas
Lee,
executive
secretary to the Board of
Selectmen, wrote to the Board of
Public Works on September 16 to
the effect that he had just learned of this exclusion of August 31.
Mr. Birch dictated a letter to be
sent to Lee and Hoffman, inquiring as to the cause of this delay in
notification.
After hearing from Mr. Berdan.
about plans for this fall's leaf
gathering, the Board went into
executive session to discuss
matters of pending litigation.
Board Chairman Edward Donlon
was not at the meeting.

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All major

police organizations
say

Vote NO on
Question 5

ItyrtaMl S| aralla> al . a,*..,, Iiaaiula

because they know


it won't work.
WHO SUPPORTS OLR POSITION?
Musachut>tti Chief* of Police
Central Maanachuaetta Police Aaaociation
State Police of MannechuMett*
Southern Mantachuaetta Police Aaaociation
Boaton Police Patrolmen' Aaaociation
Franklin County Police Aaaociation
Maaaachuaetta Police Aaaociation
New England Police Pilota Aaaociation
Maaamchuaetta Auxiliary Police Aaaociation
Maaaachuaetta Sheriffa Aaaociation
Weatern Maaaachuaetta Auxiliary Police
Worceater County Deputy Sheriff a
Interstate Police Officer* Aaaociation
Holyoke Auxiliary Police
Worceater County Chapter 2 of the Blue Knight*
Don't take tire arm* away from policemen while off duty.
Taxpaytrs against quMion
Victor Anop, Chairman

11 Main St .Southboro.Ma 01772

Sponsored by
Lew Horton
8 Lowell Rd., Well.