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before and after suppfied by CharUe Sundance, show a in the Bear Lodge. In the top picture, the time is September 1940 and local resi- dents are shown clearing brush at the site of Lake Cook. Bottom pirate, ts~n some yea ago, shows the popular fishing and picnicking spot after the lake had filled. Seventy-Ninth Year No. 15 THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1977 CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS IN THE BLACK HILLS OF WYOMING FIFTEEN CENTS PER COPY Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundence end U. S. Lend Office A new physician Dr. Mark A. Newman, has joined Dr. Bruce Gattis, at the Crook County Medical Center in Sundance, Wyoming. Dr. Newman moved to Sun- dance and joined the practice on Apr 6. Dr. Newman's arrival in Crook County was made possible by Health Systems Research Insti- tute {HSRI), the non-profit firm that provides medical and mana- gement services for the clinic and for the Crook County Memorial Hospital. HSRI does this through a contractual agreement with the Crook County Memorial Hospiltal Board. Dr. Gattis has been practicing alone in Sundance since October of 1976. The hospital was able to re-open, and the Crook County Medical Center has been consis- tently busy since it opened its doors. "Being the only doctor in the area has put a tremendous strain and responsibility on Dr. Gattis," said Dr. Kolff, "The addition of Physician Assistant Gary Darley helped considerably but even then Dr. Gattis has had to be available for consultations with Gary." The coming of a second physi- cian offers a brighter future for the Crook County medical care program. HSRI officials said plans for the satellite clinic in Moorcroft can move ahead now that the medical staff has time to complete arrangements. Dr. Newman is a general prac- titioner. He earned his medical degree from State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York in 1971. He completed a pediatrics internship at St. Mary's Hospital in San Francisco, California in 1972. Since that time, Dr. Newman has concentrated on emergency medicine in both the pediatric and adult age groups. Most recently Dr. Newman prac- ticed at Kaiser Hospital Out- patientClinic in Honolulu, Hawaii. "I am really impressed with the people I have met so far in the community," said Dr. Newman, "It's a pretty town and I am looking forward to being able to get out and see the whole area." Dr. Newman was also impressed with local residents because they were able to find him an apart- ment within a few days after his arrival. "It is just incredible," said Dr. Newman, "The way they are accepting me and trying to help me out." Dr. Newman is an avid photo- grapher and just recently com- pleted a photographic history of buffalo in America. The 5-month study, done in conjunction with a friend, took the two of them to many places across the United States. Sundance Adult Education will bring the Norwood Puppet Theater here for two perform- ances, it was announced this week. Performances will be held in Sundance April.21 at 10:30 a.m. in the high school and. at 1:10 p.m. in the elementary school lunchroom. A charge of 25 cents will be made for junior high and high school students and adults. The public is invited to attend either performance. Performances will be held in Norwood has received the Larry Tajiri Award and Governors Award for Arts and Humanities in outstanding achievement in the performing arts. The second payment in the Common School Land Income Fund distribution was mailed to respective county treasurers April Hulett April 20 at 1:15 and 2:15 6, according to the State Depart- p.m. with the 2:15 show open to ment of Education. the public. The puppet theater Total payment per census child will appear in Moorcroft Apri119. was $64.86 with total census "Concerto on Strings" is a children, ages 6 to 21, $104,625. sophisticated presentation of Crook County's share was puppets and marienettes in a $100,666.10. delightful theatre experience. The readingl~ax Each puppet and marionette has V its own special quality of drama to April 5 47 .07 A , delight the young in heart.April 6 58 meeting on veterans County American Legion Post No. C~onducting the session will be Puppeteers dressed in blackApril 7 65 33 ~ttt~'~i benefits will be held 45. Jim NAIl, the American Legion's manipulate colorful marionettes 0 ~t~ 15 for all veterans, Purpose of the information department serviceofftcer, in full view of the audience so April 8 72 35 l[][ ~,,~_~q~ and dependents, nieeting will be to inform those Also attending the meeting to skillfully that all attention is April 9 76 0 |~,..'~ting will be held in the attending of the Veterans Admin. help answer any questions will be focusod on the puppet. Aprill0 75 ~8 0 ,r~~ community room istration benefits available and American Legion State Comman- April 11 55 35 0 ,, |r ;t ~.~,~. p.m. It is sponsored the pro~dures to follow to attain der Dave Nauman and State || ~ic service by Crook helv and benefits. AdjtmmtGeneHirsch. o o [ r o m Band Concert Is Scheduled * rive Imp, Local school bands will present ,la.?~t Co a spring concert April 19 in the .~ , Unty schools recently again hold a Tootsip Roll Sale on high school gymnasium starting Beef Development Task Forcethat cattle producers are the last i=W~ ~u utility table for the June 4, and Mrs Lane expressed at 7.30 ,~ m There will be no (BIYr) meetings were held at four msjor agriculture industry to have IK~l~.tion rooms, through hope that Crool~ County schdols acln~ssio~" charged for the event locations in the county last week a check-off program to provide -'~l~--~Jc of the Knights ofwill benefit even more from this " to explain the program and _ funds for research and marketing. ~'~W~'t~e'O~A~ie Roll Drive.event. Featured will be the elemen- answer questions. The meetings Money from the program would [[~,~,'~. ~ s Lane, president of *o ;, ""- high and senior high were sponsored by the Crookgo for nutritional research and the -~ Assecmtlon of Re- " * "~ J' J .... o "-~ Count CowBelles and the Crook f ' " Sorm" Music schoolbands Y or nutritional research and to ,,~ ~,^ , said the district ]~ b " County BDT Committee. promote the nutritional value of "]~lttit*~,,.~ that may be used to rlt~4.,~/r~l~Jr~ , Conducting the sessions were beef in the diet. Funds would ~,'~ore special educationJtJqmt~ 1~.j~~;~ The high school band s flute Curt Meier, LaGrange rancher, also go to develop new markets ~ "~,,,, . _ section will be ,featured in a chairman of the Wyoming BDT; for beef and beef by-products. [~.~'~sle Roll Campaign Date o[ the Elementary spring novelty cauen -~kip. to M.y and John Pearson, Cheyenne, ,,~:,~ept locally whenever music program has been changed .Flute." . Other Selections will member of the Wyoming Beef .A referendum for the program ]~k~:'trs. Lane said, "and from April 19 to May 10 because mchide highlights from ~,Th, e Un- Council and staff coordinator for will be put to a vote of cattle ~J[~.o~t~en has been the of aconflict, s,'m~_ b!e Molly B,,m,,w~. plus the WyomingBDT, andmembers producers later this spring or ~~ me funds for use in Cheryl Wales, program direc- Footlighter March, Bubbli~.of the Crook County BDT Cem- early ..s~mmer. / of Columlms will ~~ msai.'d the prgram will start at Warcoo~w~ids and Cheeno mi~w~s~Crened.th, meee M~hs~dA~R,