Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 18, 1973 · Page 3
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 3

Panama City, Florida
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Tuesday, September 18, 1973
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NKWH-IIKRAIJ). Piin:mia ('i(>. Ma.. Tiicsdiiy, ScptemlMT 18,1973 PaReSA Ambulance Drivers Complete Course CAMELLIA LOVERS — The new slate of officers for the Camellia Society of Panama City 1973-74 year are shown here comparing camellias selected for their perfection of blooms. Frank S. Huebscher, president, at right, Frank E. Bobe, second vice president; and Mrs. Crystal A. Huebscher, secretary-treasurer, are planning an active year for the clnh mpmhers. Camellia Society Meets The Camellia Society of Mr. Huebscher tlion asked Panama City met at the' Garden Center at 7:30 p.m. and opened the beginning of the Fall season with introduction of the new officers for the year 1973 and 1974. They are president, Frank S. Huebscher; vice president, Frank E. Bobe; and Secretary-Trea.surer, Mrs. Crystal A. Huebscher. The president welcomed all members and visitors Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kelsy, Mrs. Lucile J. Wasson, and Mrs. Cecil Ru.ssell. SHATWPOO & SFr $3.00 LONG HAIR $4.00 HAIR CUT $2.00 PHOW 763-1275 UNIQUE BEAUTY SALON HARRISON AVE. mi for some show committee reports for the annual Camellia show to be held next .Jan. 5 and 6 at the municipal auditorium downtown. The chairman of judges, Frank E. Bobe, stated he had received 21 acceptances from judges throughout the southern states. The schedule chairman, Mrs. Crystal A. Huebscher, said the show schedules were already printed and received. She stated .sevei'al were already distributed to many judges and Camellia growers who attended the annual meeting of the Gulf Coast Camellia Society held Aug. 4 in Mobile. The Society accepted as new members Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kelsey and Mrs. Open Daily 9A.M. - 9 P.M. (SATURDAYS Til 6) Look Beautiful.... Be Comfortable LEATHER- LOOK PANT COATS The perfect pant coat for all your fall pants. 37 inch wrap coat with self belt and fake silver blue fox trim, as shown. In black "leather-look" polyurethene (so real it looks like genuine leather). Sizes 8-16. $y j Lucile J. Wasson. The next meeting will be held on Oct. 9 at the Garden Center at 7:30 p.m. Ai program of color slides of beautiful Camellia blossoms by the American Camellia Society, will be .shown at this; meeting. Often the light action at the right time means the (iifferencc between life and death, just a heart beat away In the; of accidcjnts. The American Heart Association sponsors a training prog rati) in Emtjfgency Mftasuri.'s for C a r d 1 o p u I m o n a r y Resuscitation which is conducted through the Bay Memorial Hospital under the direction of Mrs, Melinda McLeniore UN, and director of Inservice Plducation and Training. TSgt. Rick Bennett and Douglas IJster drivers for t li e ABC A m b u I ;i n c e company have successfully completed the training in CPR, earning their instructor's badges. During the training. Rick and Douglas wore taught the ventilatory and the circulatory components of c a r d i o [) u 1 m 0 n a r y resuscitation and how to become proficient in detecting the presence or absence of spontaneous respiration and puLse. The respiration and pulse. They learned how to perform the individual steps in sequence of exhaled air ventilation, external cardiac compression, and the combination of the two. resident and resides at Panama City Beach. He has been employed at ABC for the past year. In addition to the duty Rick fulfills as tech .ser-gf-ant in the United Stales Air Force at Tyndall AFB, he has found time for the [)ast two years to devote to Bay County citizens as driver for ABC Anil)ulance(,'()m[)any. He r'csidcs at 2'\(]H Taylor' Ave, Tyriflall AFB with his wife, flaylc atifl llifjr thrw chiiflrr'ri. EARNS INSTRUCTOR'S BADGE - TSgt. Rick Bennett at right, and Douglas Li.ster cf-ntcr, arf' presented their CF-*R instructor's badge for having successfully completed a training course in Emergency Measures for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. The course sponsored by the American Heart Association is conducted by Mrs. Melinda McLemore, RN, and Director of Inservice training at Bay Memorial Hospital. Shown here, Reba Davis, director of the WFHA hands the new instructors their certificates. Travelers See European Sights Mr. and Mrs. Joel Nelson and son, Joey, of 535 N. Bonita Ave. have returned from a 23 day trip to Europe which included travel in four countries; Luxembourg, France, Germany and Austria. Traveling with them were their son and daughter'-in-law, 1-Lt. and Mrs. Joel F. (Fi'eddy) Nelson who are stationed in Mainz, Germany with the U.S. Army. The NeLsons visited the American National Memorial Cemetery in Luxembourg wher-e General George Patton is buried along with the hundreds of men who served with him in World War II and lost their lives in that area. A trip along the Rhine River, lined with castles and vineyards and through the black forest into Garmisch, southern Germany, was breath-taking, the Nelsons argreed. In Garmisch, a ride by cable car to the peak of the Zugspitze Mountain, highest in Geryman, was on the itinerary. Several days were spent in the Bavarian Alps section which included Berchtesgaden, Salzberg and Obersalzberg, While at Berchtesgaden, the Nelsons stayed in the General Walker Hotel which was formerly Hitler's Platterhof Hotel and housed his high ranking military and civilian personnel. Very exciting was a trip to the Eagle's Nest on Kehlstein Mountain. The Eagle's Nest is also known as Hitler's Tea House, and was a gift to Hitler from Hermann Goering. According to the guide. Hitler visited the Tea only five times. Built on the peak of the mountain it can be seen from surrounding ar-ea. The Nelsons visited thr-ee castles built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. The Neuschw an stein, (1869-1886), Linderhof (1874-1878), and the Hohenschwangau, restored in 1832-36, Of all, the Newschwanstein, often referred to as the Walt Disney Castle, proved to be the interesting. any Charles Morris, owner of ABC Ambulance stated their goal would' be to help educate the public in CPR training. Ijy DALTON Sepiir.ites p.irtncrsliip in knit of Trevira Star® polyester, sizes 6 to 18. Lightweight shirt, $23.00 r .iltfrnefl sleeveless sweater, $23.00 Ivv 'eefl bl,i/er, $56.00 I 'ull-on p^nls, $28.00 fashion values with down-to-earth comfort All the new Naturali/ci' shoes arc here lor your warilrobc. All the newest c<ilors and leathers , , . and, of course, all the lalcsl looks. 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