Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 26, 1974 · Page 5
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 5

Panama City, Florida
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Wednesday, June 26, 1974
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, OTa„ Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Page U University Of West Florida Graduates Announced Names of 6S8 University of West Florida June graduates have been announced by President Harold Bryan Crosby atPensacola., They were among the 1,576, Including graduates from the three previous quarters, who were eligible to participate In the annual commencement exerclsesatUWF. Area graduates include: BAV COUNTY Lynn Haven — Joseph Edward Bullock, 1510 Virginia Avenue, M.Ed.; Stephan Maria Farrell, 610 E. 6th St., M.Ed.;. Raymond Hartt Libby, P.O. Box 365, B.S.; Thomas Allen Spering, 1806 Missouri Ave., B.A..B.S. Panama City — Ann Helene Adams, 125 North Claire Drive, B.A.; John Phillip Andler, 2731 Wakulla Ave., B.A.; George Adrian Ayera, 5109 Kendrick Street, B.S.; Doris Susan Camp, 1204 W. 11th St., B.A.; Drew D. Casey, 2350 Lisenby, B.A.; Susan Elizabeth Casey, 2350 Lisenby Ave., B.A.; Maudry Joyner Cox, Post Office Box 131, B.A.; Joe Franklin Dixon, 306 Sherman Ave., B.S. Pamela Dowling, 2817 Michigan Ave., B.A.; Steven Arthur Dubreull, 4107 Cherry St., B.A.; Kenneth Earl Freeman, Rt. 1, Box 406, B.S.; Linda W. Fyfe, 1000 Cornell Drive, B.A.; Hyacinth Hope Harris, Post Office Box 209, B.A.; Karen Diane Henry, Post Office Box 9143, B.A.; Lillian Faith Holman, 239 Kraft Ave., B.A.; Linda Kay Howell, 1111 Florence St., B.A.; Sherry Joyce Jones, 16726 W. Hwy. 98, B.A. Cum Laude; Richard Wayne Kight, 4611 N. La,kewood, B.A.; Michael Stevens Kilhefner, Rt. 1 Box 571, B.A.; Mary Alice Killegrew, 306 Allen Ave., B.A.; Jerry Kotz, Rt. 2, Box 468R, B.A. Glen Alan Kundert, 5031 Park St., B.A.; Nathaniel Azalea Mack, 1211W. 28th Place, B.A.; James C. Maddux, Jr., 823 State Ave., B.A.: Gamma; Kathleen Currie McBride, 1401 DeWitt, B.A.; Dewey E. McQuagge, Jr., P.O. Box 1635, M.Ed.; Frankie L. Mills, 3727 E. 3rd St., B.A.; Richard Wayne Moore, 1209 Calhoun Ave., B.A.; Kent Dean Murray, 1912 Baltimore Ave., B.A.; Alice Coral Oliver, 5208 Hgwy. 22, B.A,; John Earl Pitcher HI, Box 4695, B.A. Fred Delano Poteat, 2515 W. 21 Ct., M.Ed.; James. Lee Prater, 232 Plneridge Drive, M.S.; Annette Bufflngton Raf* field, 401 N. Hgwy 30-At B.A.; Cecelia Gall Rice, 42 Wood Ave., B.A.; Charles Michael Robbins, Rt, 3 Box 279X, B.A.; Samuel C. Rowe, Jr., 810 W. 8th St., B.A.; Miriam Louise Sapp, 3939 W. 26th Ct., M.A.; William Stanley Sexton, 414 Helen Ave., B.S. " Gwendolyn B. Sherman, 410 Cherry Street, B.A.; Murllene Smith, 1722 W. 17th St., B.A.; Robert Woodward Stephens, 2207 W. 27th St., B.S.; Gall Anne Stewart, 203 Santo Tomas St., B.S.; John William Watson, Jr., 1709 Lennox, M.S.; Thomas Frederick Welch, 1902 Clay Ave., B.A., Magna Cum Laude; Jennifer Abbte Whisenant, 711 Bay Ave., B.S.; Sharon Hughes Whltaker, Rt. 1, Box 952, B.A. and Brenda Jo York, 106 Seneca Ave., B.A. CALHOUN COUNTY Blountstown — James Bryan Cox, P.O. Box 463, M.Ed.; Stephan Allan McClellan, 304 GasklnSt.B.A. GADSDEN COUNTY Chattahoochee — William E. Gibson, P.O. Box 95, B.A.; Glenn Dwaln Waters, P.O. Box 355, B.S. GULFCOUNTY Wewahltchka — James Ernest Rabbit Rlsh, P.O. Box 71, B.A. HOLMES COUNTY Bonifay — Mary Lucille Howell, Box 306, B.S.; Caryville — Dan Clinton Owens, Rt. 1, B.S.; Westville — Jerry L. Dunn, Box 85, B.S.; Andrew Jack Leavins, Rt. 2, M.Ed.; Nelda Jean Melson, Rt. 1, B.A.; Rhonda Key Motley, Rt. 1 Box 219, B.A. JACKSON COUNTY Cottondale — Walter Holland Braxton Jr., P.O. Box 187, B.S.; Gracevllle — Franklin L. Car* mlchael, Rt. 3 Box 72, B.A,; Wendell Wade Carmichael, Rt. 3, Box 72, B.S.; Hugh Allen George, 1307 Cotton St., B.S.; Johns Virgil Mixson, Mockingbird Hill, M.Ed.; Grandrldge- Barbara Ann Holmes, Rt. 2 Box 194, B.A,; Greenwood — Sherri Denlse Davis, P.O. Box 41, B.A,; Grady Ferris Gamblll Jr., Box 145, B.S.; Debra Orlane Jennings, Rt. 1 Box 192, B.A.; 8x10 in. Living Color Portrait of your Child # Plus 50* Handling All MKDK — family (croups, too — 1 8x10 color, S8f plus film fee, each child taken singly or 1 8x10 Group $1.00 per child, plus one 601 film fee. Limit one special per person, Your Iwby'a xpecial charm captured by our specialist In child photography—just the gift for everyone in the family I ' • You'll (*t'o finixhed picturvs-NOT PROOFS— in just u few duys. Choose 8x10'», 5 X 7' H or wallet size—and our special "Twiri.pak" cameras means you cuu buy imrlraits in ILACK fr WHITE TOO! At unbelievably Imv prices. eVMfcy to VbM PtMaV ^etetefetey to MM Piflk Malone — Peggy Ruth Deal, P.O. Box 67, B.S.; Marlanna — Patricia Dlanne Anderson, Rt. 5 Box 155, B.A,; Frankie Sue Beck, 219 Baker Ave., B.S.; Mary Haynle Bennett, P.O. Box 82, B.A.; Gail Goodwin Braxton, Rt. 5 Box 10, Marlanna, B.A,; Wanda Gate Cohron, 1502 4th St. B.A.; Bruce Wilson Hill, Rt. 5 Box 324-A, B.A.; Harriet Jane Hollyfleld, 121 Deerlng St., B.A.; Jacalyn Kay Owens, 706 2nd Ave., B.S.; Phillip Joel Smith, P.O. Box 661, B.A. Glenn Erwin Speights, 538 St. Andrew St., M.B.A. WALTON COUNTY DeFunlak Springs — Wayne Lamar Alford, Rt. 1 Box 97A, B.S.; Jacqueline Molena Andrews, Rt. 4 Box 186, B.A.; Wllford J. Douglas, Rt. 1 Box 175-A, B.S. Magna Cum Laude; Betty G. Elliot, Rt. 1 Box 230B, B.A., Magna Cum Laude; Jacqulin Goodwin Herring, Rt. 2 Box 85, B.S.; Wanda Brown Laird, 238 Hill St., B.A.; William G. Martlnec. Rt. 3 Box 40, B.S.j Bradley Eugene Ray, Rt. 4 Box 95, B.S.; Gerald E. Szilvasy, 302 S. 22nd St., B.A.; Sally G. Vinlng, 608 College Ave,, B.A.; Freeport—Douglas Alan Dillion, R.R. 1 Box 306, B.A.; William Archer Smith, Rt.lBox 129E..B.A. WASHINGTON COUNTY Chipley — Dennis Rex Ferguson, 202 Court Ave., B.A.; Joseph Finley Stephens, 809 S. Blvd., B.S.; Elizabeth Ann Watford, Rt. 4 Box 96J, B.A. and William H. Watson Jr., Rt. 3 Box 114-A, M.A. Military Men In The News Franklin Hospital Officials Discuss Updating Services VISITS EGYPT Navy Aerographer's Mate 2 .C. Barry L. Eisner, whose wife Catherine is the daughter of Mr. CD. Seale of 301 Pennsylvania Ave., Lynn Haven, visited Alexandria, Egypt, as a crewmember of the amphibious assault ship USS Inchon. As part of the U.S. force in the Mediterranean, he will participate in training exercises with Sixth Fleet units and visit several other Middle East countries. WITH HONORS Air National Guard (ANG) Airman Dennis Pfelfer, son of USAF MSgt. and Mrs. Melvin Pfelfer, 1430 W. 11th St., Panama City, has graduated with honors at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U.S. Air Force aircraft mechanic course at the Air Training Command. Airman Pfelfer, who was trained to repair current Air Force aircraft, will return to his ANG unit at Great Falls Airport, Minn. IN ALASKA Dennis M. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey M. Miller, 1905 Michigan Ave., Panama City, has been assigned to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, from Hurlburt Field, Fla. An Air Force staff sergeant, Miller is a telephone equipment installation repair technician with the 1931st Communications Group. He graduated in 1961 from Bay County High School. GETS MASTERS First Lt. Robert E. Leblanc, son of retired Air Force CMSgt. and Mrs. Paul G. Leblanc of 831 Linda Lane, Panama City Beach, has graduated with an M.S. degree in meteorology at the University of Wisconsin. The lieutenant studied under the Air Force Institute of Technology program that provides selected Air Force members with resident education in scientific, engineering and other fields at civilian universities or industrial organizations. Lt. Leblanc is being reassigned to Kadena AB, Okinawa, for duty as an advanced weather officer with a unit of the Air Weather Service. COMMISSIONED Ronald A. Ostergard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester G. Ostergard of 626 Bunkers Cove Road, Panama City, has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Tex. Lt. Ostergard, selected through competitive examination for attendance at the school, is being assigned to Whiteman AFB, Mo., for duty as a personnel officer with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. RANK ACHIEVED A DeFunlak Springs, man has achieved the rank of airman first class in the U.S. Air Force. Airman l.C. Harold S. Causey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Causey, Rt. 3, DeFunlak Springs, is a fuel service specialist at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, and serves with a unit of the Tactical Air Command. PROMOTED The Air Force has promoted John H. Granberry, brother of Aaron Granberry of Marianna, to master sergeant. Sgt. Granberry is serving at Makah Air Force Station, Wash., as a refrigeration and air conditioning technician. The sergeant attended Dorsey High School, Miami. His wife, Annie, is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert T. Keith of Wewahltchka, Fla. OUTSTANDING U.S. Air Force Capt. James. U. Tlndell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James U. Tlndell Sr. of Rt. 1, Campbellton, has been named Outstanding Junior Officer of the Year for 1973 in his unit at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. Capt. Tlndell, a missile operations officer, was selected for his leadership, devotion to duty and professional performance. He is assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command. The captain, a 1963 graduate of Rehobeth High School, Dothan, Ala., received a bachelor of science degree In 1967 from Auburn (Ala.) University where he was commissioned through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program. He earned his master's degree in 1971 at the University of Illinois. Heavy Rains Curtail Paper Production MONTREAL, Quebec Unusually heavy rains in eastern Canada have caused a curtailment of production in International Paper Sates Co., Inc., newsprint plants. As a result of high water, several log booms broke away, aggravating the situation. Company officials said it may be necessary to reduce planned shipping volumes due to the flood related problems. Meanwhile deliveries are running behind schedule. BY MARGARET KEY News-Herald Correspondent APALACHICOLA - At an Informal meeting recently with the medical staff of Weems Memorial Hospital to discuss ideas for updating medical services and hospital facilities, Dr. Photis J. Nichols said, "Times have changed in the medical world in the last fifteen years." Weems Memorial, the Franklin County hospital, is Hill-Burton funded, and it celebrated its fifteenth anniversary this month. Although notices of the meeting specifically stated the subjects to be under discussion, Hospital Supervisor J.A. McDonald refused to attend, claiming it was illegal for a member of the press to be present. Dr. Nichols recommended that the board have the Comprehensive Big Bend Health Council conduct a survey for the need of a nursing home in the county. This would be without Special Export Seminar Planned Florida Department of Commerce and the Pensacola Area Chamber of Commerce will Jointly sponsor a special regional exporting seminar in Pensacola June 27. The seminar, open to all Interested business men, including Panama City, is one of a series of export expansion meetings scheduled throughout the state. The purpose of the seminar is to inform area businessmen of the opportunities available in foreign markets and the procedures required to compete successfully for sales abroad. Government officials, exporters and professionals will explain the basic principles of export activity, such as licensing, fright forwarding and finance. The seminar will be held at the chamber office at 107 E. Romana St. from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a break for lunch. cost. If the survey showed a need, the board could arrange with private enterprise for the construction, or finance It with a bond issue. Also urged was the establish- New Hope Offered To The Overweight CHICAGO (UPI) - A revolutionary psychological approach to obesity keyed to keeping a diary of food Intake offers new hope to overweight people, a California psychiatrist reported Dr. Albert J. Stunkard, of Stanford University, said a four point behavior modification program used during the past several years has shown a 50 per cent Improvement in treating obesity. Most important, he said, is that people who have lost weight don't regain It after therapy stops. "I think one of the important aspects of this approach is that people are not asked to restrict their food intake," Stunkard said at the annual meeting of the American'Meidcal Association. "Instead, we slowly make It more difficult for people to overeat." One of the key aspects of the program is to have overweight people keep detailed records of everything they eat, what they are doing when they eat and how they feel. This self- monitoring technique shows people what they are doing wrong and may show them, for example, that they are eating a lot while they are angry, anxious or depressed. Next, Stunkard said the program tries tO control the eating stimulous by not having food readily available, by placing chopped-up carrots or celery in accessible areas, and by having the patient eat in one place, perhaps with a certain set of silverware. "A lot of overweight and obese people eat In a lot of different places and clrcumstan- ment of Intensive care and Staff | ng wlth para-medlcs coronary units in Weems wou ld be possible. Hospital. A staff member, Dr. Greater renovation of the George L. Sands, stressed that hosp i ta i | s neede d. "What is in a few years such facilities t^ing done , g inadequate," said would be a "must" everywhere. Dr . Nichold. 'floors are bad, ceilings should be replaced, equipment is wornout." "Radiators are hanging out of the walls, the nursing station is inadequate. There is no intercom • nurses have to run to rooms to learn patient's wants, ces," he said. "Housewives eat The plumbing is leaking and all through the house while rusty." doing different things such as Board Member Leon Osborne watching television." agreed with this assessment. The third point of the "If there were added program is the meal itself, facilities to upgrade services it Stunkard said it is believed that would be easier to get doctors to overweight people eat faster come here," said Dr. Nichols, than normal so they consume referring to the hospital's long more food before biological sig- search to attract medical men. nals indicate it Is time to stop. Since only $20,000 has been The program has people budgeted for renovations, ways interrupt their meals, wait two and means for raising money to SPEC! 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