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May 6 in history

8:19 PM, May 5, 2013  |  Comments
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May 6, 1960 - Senior given appointment to Annapolis: Charles J. Tomashek, 18, a senior at Abbot Pennings High School, expects to leave for the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., early next July. He was appointed to the Naval Academy by Rep. John W. Byrnes.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Tomachek.

Tomachek has maintained high scholastic grades through his four years of high school and will serve as salutatorian at graduation exercises June 3. He also was cited for leadership by an award from the De Pere Veterans of Foreign Wars Post.

Earlier this year he was named for a Naval ROTC scholarship at Marquette University, but he will accept the Annapolis appointment instead.

In his freshman year Tomashek was class president and president of the Radio Club. He now is president of the German Club and sports editor of the Argos, school yearbook.

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