Saturday, May 10, 2014

50 years ago

Richard Merkey, leading man machinist of the Naval Station, was awarded a 15 year federal safety award.

The Industrial Relations Department of the Naval Station was accepting application for an Engineering Technician GS-5 at $4,690 per annum.

Helio Oropeza took out a $14,000 building permit for a new residence at 3334 Riviera Drive.

B.O. Lowery, caller for the Nautical Wheelers, was holding a beginners square dance class at Optimist Youth Center at the corner of White and Southard streets.

Leo Carey graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in electrical engineering and was employed by the City Electric System.