Navy Lab award 1974
14,1914 25, FUTURE ENGINEERS AWARDED - Two local students received awards from the Navy Coastal Systems Laboratory in ceremonies at the Bay County School Board offices Monday. In the left photo. Stove Millaway of Bay High is introduced to the audience before receiving his award from Gerald Gould, technical director of the Navy Lab. In the right photo; Richard Womble receives his award HornCapt. R.T.Quinn, NCSLcommand ngofficer. Navy Lab Science Award Given Millaway, Womble of H. 28; not In formal ceremonies Monday at the Bay. County School adminstratlve office's, Steve Millaway of Bay High and Richard Womble of Rutherford High became the first recipients of the Naval Coastal Systems Laboratory student Science award. The newly established awards was the first of what is scheduled to be an annual honor recognizinggraduating seniors in Bay County who are enrolled in the engineering and scientific, curriculum. Millaway and Womble were selected by their respective schools for the laurels. Technical Director Gerald G. Gould and NCSL Commanding Officer Captain R.T. Quinn presented the awards, with school board members, school representatives. Laboratory officials and parents on hand. Mosiey High, the third Bay County high school, will participate next year when it will graduate its first senior class. The two honored students, both 18, were awarded a special plaque, certificate of achievement, and summer employment at the Naval Coastal Systems Laboratory. The students will work with member of the Laboratory scientific staff as physical science or engineering aides. Womble will be employed In the coastal technology area working In magnetics, while Millway will be working in the field of acoustics in the computer center. Superintendent o schools Curtis Jackson in welcoming the group referred to the presentations of awards as outstanding in two respects. The NCSL award not only recognizes the individual outstanding student but is in itself an outstanding effort on the part of the community to to the at 1, honor those students that achieve. , Captain Quinn congratulated the students and the schools for cooperating in the program and also welcomed the two students to the Laboratory for summer employment. Goidd pointed out that there is much talent among the youth of Panama City and that it is to the advantage of the Navy Lab to College Fee Break For Viet Veterans? a the to to TALLAHASSEE, (UPI) — The House Finance and Taxation Committee passed Monday bills allowing muncipalities to levy impact fees on new developments and waiving tuition for Vietnam veterans attending state universities. The impact fee bill (CS for HB 2705) passed the committee on a 16-10 vote. Cities would be able to charge developers for water and sewage hook-ups, road improvements and extra policemen and firemen necessary because of the new facilities. Rep. Charles Boyd, D-Hollywoocl. said courts have Florida Budget Level Close To Askew Wishes TALLAHASSEE. (UPI) House House A p p r o p r i a t i o n s Committee Chairman Marshall Harris said Monday his committee staff found several good deal of discussion." Under Askew's proposal, cities and counties could not levy more than eight mills in property taxes for education, or ruled recently the impact fees can be levied, but only with authorization by the state. The bill creates a nine-member commission to find ways to uniformly assess the fees. The commission would consist of three state senators, three House members, one representative of the state division of planning, one member from a Florida city and orte citizen appointed by the governor. ^ Boyd hopes impact fees would discourage development in over-populated or environmentally endangered areas. tap this local talent Both boys rank high in their classes. Womble is the top student among 500 seniors at Rutherford with a 4.3703 mark and is valedictorian of this year's graduating class.He is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students, the Society of Outstanding American High School Students, and is a member of the National Honor Society. He has collected a number of awards for science fair participation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Womble of Route 2, Box 748, in Callaway. Millaway is a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta, the track team, cross country team, and the chess club. He is considered one of the area's outstanding students in the science and mathematics curriculum. Also a science fair participant, he was presented a first place award in the physics category in the 1971 State of Florida Science and Engineering Fair. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Millaway of 114 N. Cove Terrace.