May 10, 1967 - Daily Herald - Wednesday

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May 10, 1967  - Daily Herald - Wednesday - part of June ill with an asthma. went to Dr....
part of June ill with an asthma. went to Dr. who admitted Valley Hos But, the Dr. Dayton weekend about Dr. Krebs It says that Mr. Cornum hospital on suit, Mr. worse and who failed, to re-admit on July 4, that the partnership as defendants and negligent (Mr. Cornum) in not readmitting further treatment to properly asking $200,900 and $1,605,56 expenses. Events PTA of the series Thursday at Dlxon Junior Rex Pinegar subject "Where Here?" All to attend to have received workshops and suggestions that for further at 6:45 inmates from to discuss Crime Education, rated high of PTA. will be presented grade students. by a German firing squad in Brussels in 1915. place. That's the drugstore.— Clarksville (Tex.) Times. Mental Health Officers Elected, Reports Heard A. Donald Coleman, pastor of the Springville Community Presbyterian Church, has assumed the presidency of the Utah County Chapter of the Association of Mental Health, succeeding Vern Davis, who has headed the organisation for the past two years. Other new officers are Lynn Ravsten, Orem, first vice president; and Mrs. James J. Pangburn. Orem, second vice president. Presentation of the new officers was made last night at •the annual dinner meeting of the association, held at the Royal Inn, with Val Harris in charge of arrangements. Also on the committee were Alida Heiner, Mary Duckett, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burgess. A highlight of the program was the presentation of awards to three individuals. A special citation for service in the field of mental health went to Holger Raunholt, student instructor at the Utah State Hospital. Psychiatric Aid awards were presented to Edna Tittensor of 'the Utah State Training School, and to Clyde Willard, president of .the Utah County Rest Home Association. Nine additional awards were presented May 5 at the annual Hospital Employees' banquet. Edna Hill, retiring second vice president, presented a change in the by-laws, which was adopted, and gave a tribute to Mr. Davis. Annual report was given by Mr. Davis, who said the association had had a productive year in which the Central Utah Comprehensive Mental Health Center became a reality. Several workshops, conferences, displays, radio panels, and programs for clubs A. DONALD COLEMAN and schools have been presented to 6800 people. Literature has also been loaned and dispensed, he said. Mr. Rays ten Introduced guests, Including Grant Smith, chief psychologist of the Central Utah Center, who told the 80 persons in attendance of the center's work to date. Over 100 new referrals have been served, in addition to those in the casje load of the former mental health clinic. Mrs. Zoe Harris, Salt Lake City, executive director of the Utah Association of Mental Health, brought greetings from 'the State Board and introduced the state president, Mrs. Barbara Denton, Salt Lake City. Mrs. Denton told of the efforts of many dedicated people whoj worked to make the center a reality, including members of the Utah County chapter and the State Association. The broke Store of It occur the SAT. HELD BEST OF

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