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Juvenile Officer BRETA MACNABB was born and raised in Wolf Point but attended school in Browning, Montana. She pre- viously worked in the Bureau of Indian Affair's Social Services Dept. under the New Careers Program. Breta began working as Tribal Juvenile Officer last month.# KAREN HAMILTON was born and raised in Brockton where she attended school. She has also attended the Metro School of Business in Chicago, Illinois. Karen has been working as a Juvenile Officer since January, 19744 PAULA BRIEN, born in Glasgow and raised in the state of Washington, graduated from Poplar High School. Before attend- ing Brigham Young University, Utah, she worked for the Indian Legal Information Development Service (ILIDS). She began working last month as a full-time Juven- ile Officer. It was erroneously reported in the last issue of Wotanin that she was only uorking part-time.# RON DUMG}T was born in Poplar and at- tended grade school in Wolf Point. After graduatirg from high school in Hawthorne Nevada, he entered the U.S. Army. While in the Army, he saw service in Vietnam as a helicoptor crew chief. While in the service, he enrolled in extension courses in psychology from the Univer- sity of Georgia. Ron has attended the University of Montana, Missoula; Wash- ington State University and Eastern Washington State majoring in Education. He has worked as a counselor -tutor for the University of Idaho's Upward Bound Program, a student recruiter for Wash- ington State, a Soil Technician for the Montana 3oil Conservation Service and most rec2ntly, a family coordinating counselor for Project Hope Ranch. Ron began working as a Juvenile Officer in November, 19744 FRANCIS JOHNSON, Juvenile Officer super- visor, was born and raised in Poplar. After graduation from Poplar High, he attended Montana State University r .Boze- man, for 2 years majoring in accounting. After he left college, he served two years in the U.S. Army as a military po- liceman. Francis began working as a Pro- bation and Juvenile Officer for the Tribes in September, 1974.# •••• aaawo.o. • -.sr •••• • • • • •••• • • a.••••••••... • •• •••••••• • -•.• • -• -• -m.o.. • ••- • a • • •• • •-•-•-•-• •••„,