Navy Base Science Award - 1974
MHIawdy . Womble Get Lab 1 ! Silence Awards Stew Mllluwiiy of llity llt^h and Richard Womble of hutlu'i'ford HIKII have boon mmmmwd by their roHpootlve NCIIOOIH IIH itK'IplontH of the' newly ostabliidied annual student science award presented by the Naval Coastal Systems LalMiratory. Millawoy and Womble, both 18, were selected by their schools m the first Kmiluiitln/,' seniors In Bay County enrolled in the engineering mid scientific curriculum to receive the coveted award, The two NliHlciils each will be awarded a plaque, certificate of achievement, and an offer of summer employment at the Navy Laboratory. They hnvo accepted the offer of employment and will work with members of the scientific staff at the Navy Laboratory as a physical science or engineering aid. MIIIMVH.V and Womble will be. presented "their awards by the Navy Laboratory in formal ceremonies on Monday, May 13, at 2 p.m. in the office of the Iflt'HARI) WO.MBLK STKVE MILLAW/W Jurors Subpoena O'Malley Records TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The The jury that indicted education commissioner Floyd Christian Mid U.S. Sen. Edward Gurney Monday subpoenaed the bank records of state treasurer Tom O'Malley, two former state senators and a close friend of Lt. Gov. Tom Adams. The subpoenaes were issued to banks in Tallahassee, Miami and Clermont as O'Malley, who also is insurance commissioner and fire marshal, branded a "base falsehood and lie" allegations that $40,000 was collected from Florida petroleum dealers to influence nisrtwision not to change a rule Local Briefs I KOA1) TO BE AIRED A request to close a 100 by 60 foot section of Gulf Drive will prohibiting self-service gasoline stations in Florida. O'Malley said that he financed the purchase of his Killearn Estates home here with a $38,000 personal loan from a close friend in Gainesville, John M. Busby, which he repaid with interest nine months later. He got the money to repay the loan, O'Malley told newsmen, by arranging for a mortgage through People's Bank of Tallahassee. The jury issued subpoenas for all the bank records, including accounts, loans and mortgages, of O'Malley, former Sens. George Hollahan Jr., Miami, and Wei born C. Daniels, Clermont, and Tallahassee attorney William J. Roberts for the period of Jan. 1, 1969, through May 6,1974. .superintendent of public liintruction with laboratory officials, school board m e m b e r M , s c h o o I representatives, and parents present. The two will also be recognized by their respective schools In an assembly of the student bodies on awards attd honors day. Both seniors are honor students and rank high In their class. Womble is ranked at the ••top among 500 seniors at Rutherford with a 4.3703 grade point average. Richard is valedictorian of this year's graduating class. He is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students, is a member of the Society of Outstanding American High School Students, has earned the Daughters of the American Revolution history award, Is a member of the National Honor Society, and has gained seven ribbons and 10 certificates for science fair participation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Womble of Route 2, Box 748, in Callaway. MilJaway is a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Key Club, the track team, cross country team, and the chess club. His high school science program has included general science, biology, chemistry, and physics; his math curriculum has encompassed Algebra I and II, geometry, trigonometry, and analytical geometry. He is considered one of the top students in this area in science and math and has to his credit a first place award in 1971 in the Florida Science Fair in the category of physics. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry MHlaway of 114 N. Cove Terrace. Awarding of the NCSL student science award inaugurates the program with this year's graduating classes at Bay County high schools and will continue on an annual basis, according to NCSL officials. Mosley High is also a participant in the program but will wait until next year to nominate its award winner since it has no senior class this year.