Before beginning her diplomatic career, Ms Koenig worked as a freelance writer and as a legislative assistant in the US House of Representatives.She holds Masters degrees from Washington University and the National Defence University, and received her Bachelors degree from Antioch College.As arcade games became more popular, pinball faded away, hitting its low point in the 1990s.
Crawfordville - Mariam Irene Babcock, 69, of Crawfordville died Saturday, April 18, 1998. Return to Index Tallahassee - Freeda Lee Yawn Baggerly, 74, of Tallahassee died Wednesday, February 17, 1993, at her home. Saturday at Culley's Meadow Wood Riggins Road Chapel in Tallahassee with burial at p.m. Published in the Tallahassee Democrat Return to Index Tallahassee - Marvin Hugh Baggerly, 72, 5110 Oleander Drive, died Friday October 1985 at his home. He was a retired heavy-equipment operator and a member of Aenon Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Evelyn Hudson of Tallahassee and Mary Elizabeth Nagle of Athens, Greece; two sons, Jimmy Baggerly of Tallahassee and Kenneth Baggerly of Tampa; two stepdaughters, Paula Boone and Harriett Rowell, both of Tamps; three brothers, Wesley Baggerly of Bainbridge, Joseph Baggerly of Ocala and Kenneth Baggerly of Brinson; a sister, Leota Cardin of Meridian, Miss.; and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308. Bevis Funeral Home of Bristol (850-643-3636) is handling arrangements. Farrell of Gallatin, Tenn.; and a host of other relatives and friends. Memorial contributions may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308.
A native of Kokomo, Ind., she had lived in Crawfordville since 1979. She is survived by seven sons, Fred Babcock and Clarence Babcock both of Crawfordville, David Babcock, James Sparling and William Cuttress, all of Kokomo, Donald Babcock of Peru, Ind., and Leslie Babcock of Delphi, Ind.; four stepsons, Dick Babcock of Rockford, Ind., Roxie Babcock of Tennessee, Curt Babcock of Florida and Mark Cuttress; two daughters, Marcenia Babcock of California and Pam Green of Kokomo; three brothers, Joe Hunt of Horton, Mass., Donald Hunt of Russiaville, Ind., and Daniel Hunt of Round Rock, Texas; a sister Betty Mosier of Kokomo; 15 grandchildren; and either great-grandchildren. She was a member of Lakewood Baptist Church and the Golden Heirs Club. Baggerly of Tallahassee; a daughter, Evelyn Hudson of Tallahassee; four sisters, Louise Sellers of Tallahassee, Mary Scott of Houston, Vurnia Grimes of Montgomery, Ala., and Bernice Jackson of Brownsville, Ky.; and three grandchildren. The family will receive friends at Culley and sons Funeral Home from 3 to 5 p.m. A native of Brinson, he had lived in Tallahassee for 20 years. EST Tuesday at the Cross City Cemetery in Cross City.
When he was in the throes of his worst tantrums, Daniel Fletcher would rip wallpaper off the walls at home and hit and kick anyone who came near him. "So the doctor kept upping the doses until he was on six times the normal dose, yet he was still hyperactive." Eight months ago, Daniel, now 14, was put on Risperdal - an antipsychotic drug usually given to schizophrenics.
He was first diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at the age of two, and just three years later the little boy was prescribed the amphetamine-like drug Ritalin. The effect, says his mother Hayley, was a loss of appetite but no difference in his behaviour.
Not surprisingly, experts fear that inappropriate drugs are not only being used to control children's behaviour, but are being massively over-prescribed to some children who are simply naughty.