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Main speaker at the fall meet. ing of the Crook County Class- room Teachers Association at Hul- eft Thursday was Harold Safgre,, |eft, president of the Rapid City Mental Health Clinic Members Hold Meeting Staff mem,bers of the Northern Wyoming Community Mental YIealth Center met in Gillette Sept. 13 to discuss plans for the coming year. The center, which 'provides mental health services for Crook, Campbell, Johnson, Weston and Sheridan counties, nearly has its ~ull professional staff. The staff includes Melvin Thorne and John McMahan, social workers; Dr. Ned Tranel and Dr. John Doidge, psychologists; and Dr. Don Morrison, psychiatrist. A psyehi~trie nurse and a mental health technician are still la be employed. Dr. Doidge recently joined the clinic and will reside in Gillette. Before joining the clinic, he was an assist, ant professor of ,psychol- ogy at Utah State and for the past year served as .frost-doctoral fel- low in child-medical psychology at ~he Devereaux Foundation. He received ,his Ph.D. from the Uni- versi.ty of Utah. The clinic provides eompresen- give mental heal.th services for the ~ive-county area. Services include: 1. Outpatient care with oSfices in Sheridan, Buffalo, Gillette, Newcastle and Sundance; 2. In1~atient care at each county hospital ~vith more extended care provided i.f neces- sary .at ~he Sheridan Memorial Hospit,al; 3. In the near future a day care treatment center in Gil- lette will ,provide reczeational end group therapy; and 4. Pro- tessional co .n~uRation ~ commun- ity a,gencies on mental ~eatth i~rublems. ~Presen,tly outpatieoc offices are located .at 34 North Main St., Sheridan; 111 Wolcott, Newcastle; Buffalo Medical Clinic, Buffalo; Welfare office, Gillette; and Macy ~aw office, Sundance. The office locations in Buffalo, Gillette and Sundance are .tempor- ary until ,permanent quarters can be located. The 'proposed future location of the Sundance office will be in the new county court- house. By dispersing the si~aff in dif- ferent communities and locating an outpatient ~ffice in each coun- ty, ~he clinic will be able to pro- vide comprehensive care for th~ entire region. TOWER JUNCTION Sat. pt. 30 GOOD MUSIC Education Association. Safgren is shown above with Herbert Hower, president of the county teachers group. Justice Court James Louis Peterson, no PSC plate, $25 and costs, arrested by State ttighway Patrolman Ron Pulse. Geraldine M. Johnson, Spear- fish, spc~ding, $30 and costs, ar- rested by Slate Itighway Patrol- man Bill Conley. Richard Courchaine, Beulah, no driver's license, $25 and costs; arrested by Conley. Arnold J. Walker, Rapid City, speeding, $20 and costs, arrested by Conley. J.ames iMcFarland Archibald, driving while under .the influence, $50 and costs, arrested by Sheriff Henry Oudin. On County S Injuries were light in three ac- cidents on Crook county roads during the last week. An Upton man, Melvin Mirich, 44, was hospitalized here with cuts and bruises Monday when his pickup went out of control on State Highway 11G ~wo miles south of O'Haver hill :and roiled. State Highway Patrolman Ron Pulse said Mia'ich's pickup went out of control, skidded sideways into the di~eh and 4xaveled an- ocher 500 feet before rolling once. Mirich ~as alone in the pickup, which was a total loss. The ac- cident occurred about 5:10 p.m. There were no injuries Satur- day in an accident one mile north of the New Haven post office. Ve- hicles driven by Jw Nuekolls, Hul- eft, ,and Roger D. Wood, New Haven, sideswiped about 2:30 p.m. :Nuekolts' ,pickup left ~che road and rolled onto its ,top. Damage was estimated by S~ate Highway P~trolman Bill Conley as $500 to Nuekolls' pickup and $100 to the Wood car. Conley investigated another ac- cident Saturday about 8 p.m. which occurred .3 of a mile east of Sundance on U. S. 14. Cornelius Stoltz, Beulah, hit a horse belonging to 'Mary Jo Kil- zer, Sund.ance. Damage was es- timated at $100 to the car. The horse was treated for lacerations. Former Resident Dies on Monday Art Raketti, Grand Forks, N. D., former Devils Tower-Hulett june- lion store owner, died suddenly Monday morning in Milwaukee, Wise. where he and ~s wife F.~lna were ~acationing. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh ttaptonstall, Sundance, longtime friends of the couple were notified of his death Monday ,by a sister of Raketti. Funeral services for Raketti, who was in his late fifties, were held in Grand Forks Wednesday. He is survived .by his wife and several sisters and brothers. THE SUNDANCE TIMES- Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 28, 1967 Vore is Sec in Arc The Sundance high school dairy judging team placed ninth out of 46 schools entered in the state FFA judging contests last week. The dairy judging was held at Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Members of ,the local team were Gary Canfield, 10th high individ. ual in the judging; Harold Ken- nedy, Ran Vore and Ron Pulse. Ron Vore placed as second high judger in the state in the arc welding contest and received an arc welding helmet from Forney Industries. CARD OF THANKS I .wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for their kindness and gifts while I was in the hos- pital. Special thanks to Dr. Kime and the hospital staff for the won- derful ,care. E. B. Chatfield Typewriter Ribbons - The Times Tongue River Eag :e gs, 45-20 Coach Dennis Talich's Sundance Bulldogs battled the top-ranked Cl,ass B club in the state, Tongue River, evenly for ,three quarters here Friday before bowing, 45-20. Sundance trailed only 21-20 in the third period before the Eagles struck for two fast scores. The Bulldogs trailed 14-6 at half time and 27-20 after three quarters. Darrell Pickerd ran for two Bulldog seoles with ,Ray Marchant registering the other touchdown. The decision left the Eagles un- beaten while Sun.dance is search- ing for its first ~'iumph after t.hree defeats. Sundance picked up !1 first downs and piled up 175 yards rushing and 129 passing. Quarter- back Dick Teigen completed 7 of 17 passes. Pickerd led ,the ground game, rushing 84 yards in 22 carries. Marchant ran 10 ~times for 48 yards with Roadifer carrying once for ,three yards. Teigen gained ,five yams in eight carries. Defensively, Charles Viergets led the Bulldo.gs with seven tackles with Merchant getting six. Hulett Sailor Stationed At Great Lakes Station Engineman Fireman tice Daniel L. /eiman, son and Mrs. H. L. Neiman, attending the basic school at the Service School m,and of the Naval Training eer, Great Lakes, Ill. The three-month course ,the operation, maintenance overhaul of diesel turbines and other machineff ed on the Navy's ships. Hills Drive-In Spearfish, S. D. Ph. 642-3109 Children Under 12 Frea Fri., Sat., Sun. 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