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Plans ~or ~rming a Crook Oounty Stockgrowers Associa- tion in Crook county ~vere dis- cussed Saturday during a stock- growers meeting held "m Hulett. ~ockgrowers shewed a laver- able reaction to such an organiza- tion and an organizational meet- ing will be held ~ater. Attendance at the meeting was on the light side but those at- tendirtg heard several speakers on a variety of st~bjects. State Game Warden Howard Robinson reviewed ,the game situation in Wyoming and said that in .some areas deer hunting is limited to bucks only. How- ever, Robinson said he hoped this situation wouldn't arise in Crook county. Reviewing the game popula- tion in the county ~ras Deputy Game Warden Frank Baggs. He said a recent survey indicated In Ment at Meeting S~ate problems in mental health ,programs were explored at a ,meeting in ,Newcastle Oct. 21 when Cone J. (Munsey, newly- appointed director of the Divi- sion of (Mental Health and Health Retardation, Wyoming Depart- meat of Hea~th and Social Ser- vices, xnet with the legislative committee of the ,board of dir- ectors of the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center. Oommittee chairman Ed Hal- sey declared the ,board~s support of an organization of community men~al ~health board members to work for the solution of ~the pro- blems of the centers in legalizing their operations, ac~hieving state- wide perspective in program planning, providing more un- i fot, mity in services offered and a more fair shearing of taxes for s ttp~ort of these services. The committee recommended that delegates be sent to meet with other mental ,health boards in conjunction with the center directors meetings planned by ~unsey. ~unscy told the ~board that Gee. Stan HaCh~tv~ay and Dr. La~v- rence J. Cohen, head of the Wyomir~g Department of HeaJth and Social Services, are both in- terested in bililding an integrat- ed healthy pro:grain f~r the state. The board oppressed full-time status ~or Lorirtg Cannon, psy- chiatric socia~ ~vorker; B1 Dean Kohrs, ~sychologist; and {Mrs. Harold J. Livingston, mental health educator, combining ad- ministrative and pt~blie relations duties. John ~c~Iahan, psychiatric social worker, Btfffalo, announc- ed the ptubli~ation of a new pro. gram inCorma,tion brochure for the center. It will be available in the ~i~re-c, ounty area. The board 'heard a review of the center's industrial service and voted to continue ewe phases of the three-phase program. Lee H :e Honor Society New officers of the National Hon~r Society a,t Sundance high school were elected recently, St~pt. Roger Thorson said this week. Lee was named president of ~he ch~apter ~or the I969-70 school year. Other officers are Murray Cotlins, vice president; Alan Harper, student council representative; Claudette Kan- ode, secretary; and (Mike Hughes, reporter. ,Members of the ~Ionor Society must maintain a ~B .average and meet o~her requirements. the population of fawns and bucks per I00 deer was do~vn from last year. Baggs also em- phasized that in this area the second deer license covers only the taking of .~m antler.less ~hite- tail deer. {Blacktail deer are not to ,be killed on the second lic- ense. ~ggs also reported on a pro- ject now tmderway in Crook county ~hi~h is tryirtg to deter- mine ~he winter ranges of deer so thct overgrazing can possibly be eliminaated in these areas. Covering the tax situation was John Allen, Wyovning Taxpayers Association director. Allen cov- ered ~ederal, state and local taxes in detail. Kim Krueger, president of the A~bany County Stockgrewers, re- ported on the activities and bene- fi~ of the ,carious county stock- growers organizations. ~e indicated that a feeder listing 'booklet sponsored by the Carbon County Stockgrowers As- sociation resulted in an average of six inquiries for feeder cattle per listing. Krueger said there are 12 county orffa,nizations in the state with another four being formed. He also reported ,on the activRies of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and the advantages of belonging to the organization. The executive secretary of the Wyoming Stock Growers Assoc- iation, Dean Presser, ,gave the over.~ll picture of the cow busi- ness. ~e told of the various pressures to depress beef prices and what countermeasurers are being taken. Joe Watt, former vice presi- den.t of the Axnerican National Cat~leme,n'.s Association, .gave a repo~t on ,he part cattlemen played in securin,g the beef im- port legislation ~hich lowered imports rom 11 to 6.7 percent. A ,beef .luncheon was served a.t noon by the Crook Coun.ty Cawbelles. Committee Meets On DO Programs The ~irst diversified occupa- tions con~mit~ee meeting was held ,Friday, according to Chair- man Duane Hartl, with the eom- mRtee discussing guidelines, ob- jectives, evaluation and student eligibility ,criteria. ~artl said ,the program con- sists of the student's attendance at school during a portion of the day with the remaining portion of the school day spent at a train- ing ~tion. ~e said students under the program are required to com- ple,te ~'he regular requi.rements for graduation and receive one unit of credit for the diversilied oevu@a~ions training. ~le said ,that presen,tly seven students are enthusiastically st~pporting the program and that no major problems have arisen. ,During Friday n~ght's meeting, the committee ,a~lsc .gave consid- eration to impravements in the program: The committee said the school avou~d welcome any suggestions ,concerning the pro- gram. Committee members attending the meeting were Supt. Roger Thorson, Delbert Harbaugh, Ted Orr, G. W. POl~ham, Harry Gar- man, Dr. Jim Summers and Hartl. Other com m~ee mem- bers are Richard (M,acy and Dr. Edward Ku,n:ckel. ~dondaw, ,Nov. 3 Beef and gravy, mashed pota,toes, banana bread, apricot jelh), milk. Tuesday, Nov. 4 - Spaghetti and~meat sauce, ~arlie bread, Jet- tuce U d, raisin m:ur bles, mi.lk. dnes ayl Nov. 5 - Scalloped potatoes with ham, peas, bread and butter, red jello and whip- ped cream, milk. rences Set Sixteen Contests A 16-game schedule has been drawn u~ ~or the Hulett Red" Devils during the 1969-70 ,basket- ball season. The Red Devils wi~U also play in a Christmas cage tourney at Edgemnot, S. D. Dec. 29-30. Hulett's sched,ule is composed of hvvae~andhome ,games with Clearment, Sundance, (Moorcroft, Kaycee, ~ig Horn, Tongue River, blidwest and Upton. ~Iulett opens the season Dec. 6 and ends its regular .schedule Feb. 27. Dec. 6 -- Clear~nont Dec. 9 -- At Sundance Dec. 12 --- At (Moo~croft Dec. 19 -- ~a~cce Dec. ~.0 --- ~ig Horn Dec. 29-30 --- ,Ed.gemont tourney Jan. 2 --Tongue River Jan. 16 -- 'Midwest Jan. 17 -- At K'aycee Jan. 24 -- A Upton Jan. 30 -- Sundance Jan. 31 -- At ,B~g Horn Feb. 6 --- At Tongue River Feb. 13 --- At ~id~vest Feb. 14 -- L~pton Feb. 21 --- (Moorcroft Feb. 27 --- At Clearm~nt mentary Parent"teacher conerences for merits ,that children bring home the Sundanee elementary school about school, 1)~th good and bad, wil~ be held ,N~v. 7, according to elementary principal Gerald Wolfe. He said tenta~cive schedules are being prepared and th, at par- ents will be .contacted regarding the time scVneduled for their con- fere~lce. Wolfe said ,teachers ave pre- paring materials to assist in pre- senting a clear, honest picture of each child's progress for the first part of the school year. Samples of each student's work will be sent .home with parents for their consideratien. Paren~ should also prepare for the conferences, Wotfe said. often provide clues to the rea- sons ~or p~or perormance or behavior problems. Wolfe said parents and teach" ers need to share ideas and search for solufdons to com~non pvoble,ms. The parent.teacher conference, ,he said, is designed to gi~ce them this opportunity. He said, "~e prepared to ask questions about classroo~n pro- A pancake supper will be sere'. cedures which you don't under- " abou,t student progress, instead of the usual, 'Well, how's he doin'?" The principal also said that Serving ~ill start at 5:30 P.~ informa.tion about home which and end a.t 8p.m.., with the may affect school work should cent fee co,caring pancakes, sauS" be offered, such as ,any upsetting age, coffee and koolade. experiences that have taken place or other interruIRion of the THE SUNDANCE TIMES - regular schedule. He said corn- Sm~rtce, Wyo. 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