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Three area hospi, tal adminis- b~tors, representing ,the Luther- )itals Society H ttos ,and Iomes ~ g~ern, men~tal officials toured ~? ~undance Air Force Station ~l'ida~, a.m., l un.ched and met local officials at neon. The tion eld to determine was ea bility of *he vacated air facility as *he site for a J~lo0tl ~or pm~a medical person- 'the tour were .Mike chief of speci, al services, of Vocational Cheyenne; Wen- Railings, administrator, Memorial ~Iospital, !offish; Gene Wheeler, Crook /Mem,orm,l ~ospital ad- R. V. Shanvon, ad- Campbell County Gillette; George Kealey, of Public Instruction; vocational rehabilita- BaIlantyne, Denver, U. of Health, Ed- and We}fare; Michael Denver, ~tSW; Dr. Edward Sundance; Buster Pop- $undance mayor; R. M. Sundance Industrial de- .agen't for ,the Com- ial Clulb, and Paul Sharp, secred~ar~y o~ Crook emorial ttospital. Another Meeting said infornmtion gath. ~he tour w~uld be to the state superin- of pu*blic instruction. It Oha~ 'the findings will be ta~ a .me~ing amon,g various within *he next month. members of the hospital grou~p are coon- statistics and will file a 'Prior to the nex't meeting. and do're of the meetirtg will by She State De- Public Instruction, said. :Sundance officials ttend. this summer, Popham, and Bernd met with ,I. tth- v~ficials, the superintednent I blic instruction, represen,t- and service staffs High School ,and School 10 (H uleSt grade school) announced 'this week. ~igh so,noel staff: Erickson, Commerce; Ial .rson, drivers educa- si,cal edu.ca ion, head and asketha l coach, ~aath; Jacqueline R~mill, speech, debate; D niel Dominie Calvetti, set- and math; Stephen Vermi- agri culture; Jud- home eeoaaomis; Tim- social tudies, assistan't coach; John S. L ekwood, and music; Alberta Bush, Donna l ehards, school u lett C. Wood, cus- ); -Ielen /Morris, Eunice co ks; Mildred Stem, drivers are Dale Rath- Tail; J hn A. orris Tower; L yle Storm - A1- Pannell; John Wolf- *ivide, Bush 'Ranch and Ua,uber Bl' hers 10). grade sehol staff: Ford, 8; Daniel Long, Wau~h, 6; /Myrtle 5; Margaret Carl', 4; Stoddard, Violet 01- Fr nces Sehvepp, 7; special edueatt?n; We l*, school nurse; Wattg~h, custodian. TO CLASSIFY Go~d wedding hand with "G.F." and at Sunday. Loser may at Sundance Times by far ad. 31 and girls medium, lerge large d~or~u a r~l long been mark~ down and Jill Shop. atives of the Sta,te Health Depart- ment .and ~the Departvnent of Labor. ~ollvwing Friday's tour, Pop- ~ham said ~he ,believes *here is a "xather good chance" that the Sundance location may be chosen for fhe school. ,However, he said i,t is o,o early to make any con. crete statements. ~e did say current plans for ,the school ave "o~en ended." ,Primarily, it would be used to train laboratory echnicians, x ay assistants and similar medi- cal ,workers. In Demand Lt~thera,n ,officials said that most of these personnel now come from trade schools in metropoli. tan areas. The demand, however, is much greater than supply. it is estimated *hat the train- ing period ,f r para medieal stu- dents would be , bout 18 months- some of which ,time would be spent working in hospitals and clinics. The remainder would be spent at the school location. ,It has been suggested that per- sonnel other 'than teeh,nicians could he ,trained at such a ~aci.lity. These could include practical nurses, medical records ,clerks, die~:itians and building mainteaaance persons. Negative Response Earlie:r chis men*h, Dr. Lawr- ence J. Cohen, administrator of the Stafe Department af Public iHeal0h, wrote ~arry R~berts, stafe superin*tendent public instruction, regarding a survey Cohen conducted abou the leas. ibi:lity of the pare,medical school. contracted ,abou,t 20 pothole. gists and radiologists in Wyo- min:g and asked them if *here was a need for such pers