Tyndall News Notes SSgt. Wilfred L. Dreger Jr., a will begin the week of March 19 foot, 1967 Chris Craft Command- ilight simulator specialist as- and interested persons should er with two engines. The boat is signed to the 4756th Combat Crew Training Squadron recently earned the Honor Graduate Award and the Academic Achievement Award at the Aerospace Defense Command N'CO Leadership School, Hamilton AFB, Calif. The Academic Achievement Award is given to the person with the highest average upon completion of the three-week ••rurse. Sergeant Dreger main- iained an average of 95 in such • curses as human relations, supervision and management, communicative skills, military training and world affairs. The Honor Graduate is selected by the students from a list of the top five academic achievers. Sergeant Dreger was also elected class president by a unanimous vote of the student body. In addition to these honors the sergeant also received an Americanism award from the Lloyd Hamilton American Legion Post for an essay entitled "The Individual in America." The theme dealt with the privileges which rightfully belong to all Americans. Sergeant Dreger considers Panama City his home and he is married to the former Patricia Alderson. OPEN HOUSE The March Awards Coffee for volunteers of the Tyndall Family Services program will he held in the Family Service Center, building 763, at 9 a.m., March 16, followed by the annual Open House. Hours of the Open House will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and an invitation is extended all military members and their families. Coffee and refreshments will be served by the volunteers during the appointed hours. During this program, guests will have the opportunity to loam more about the activities o! Family Services. For more information call 283-2963. COIN EXHIBIT The Recreation Center will sponsor a Coin Club exhibit March 5 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Persons interested in participating should contact the Recreation Center after 1 p.m. All Tyndallites are invited to attend this special exhibit. ARTS AND CRAFTS Officiajs of Special Services have announced free arts and crafts classes to be held in the Recreation Center. The classes Coast Guard Auxiliary Sets Boat Courses The Three-Lesson Safe Boat- j ing Course, one of several boating courses given by the Coast Guard Auxiliary, has been com-! pleted at the Parker Community i Center, I Seventy personnel from Tyndall AFB and the Panama City area participated in the course which included: Classification of Motor Boats presented by J.C. Robinson, Knots for Marine Use by J. C. Madden, Navigation by T. J. Sabiston, Boat Maneuvering by L. G- Miller, Rules of ."-he Road by R. C. Durgan, and Legal Responsibilities by H. Hilton-Green. A one evening safe boating orieneation course will be presented at Chipley, at the Vocational-Technical Center on March 6th at 7:30 p.m. A complete twelve lesson boating safety and seamanship course will be given at the Gulf Coat Community College, meeting on Monday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. starting March 12th. This course covers the above subjects in greater detail and also Nautical Terminology, Charts and Compass, Marine Engines, Sailboats, Weather and Radiotelephone. A special seven lesson sailing course will also be given at the Community College on Tuesday and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. beginning March 29th. All courses have fully qualified and experienced Coast Guard Auxillarist instructors. The only charge for these courses is for the Coast Guard Auxiliary Text Book. Personnel interested in any of these courses are invited to attend. enroll as soon as possible by;available for inspection at the calling; extension 2269. All 1 Tyndall Marina located south of classes will be held from 1 to 3! Tyndall Bridge, p.m. on the weekday indicated. | The classes offered include i This wm a P ubl 'c hid open print making (wood, linoleum i to military and civilians and all and silk screen printing) - Tues-i bids must he submitted to the day; picture framing - Wednesday; painting (watercolor) Central Base Fund office, build| ing 757, room 10, no later than Monday; paper mache - Friday;, March 17. Bids will be opened ceramics (hand modeling andj lor evaluation March 19 by the mold making) - Thursday; andi Central Base Fund Council. The photography - Friday. ; sale wiu he me oympr | accepting complete liability and SEALED BID SALE ! responsibility on an "as is The Central Base Fund will I where is" basis. Minimum bid cont'd, a sealed bid sale of a 27; accepted will be $3,500. HONORED — The exchange club recently honored the boy and girl of the month. This month's winners, based on scholastic achievement and leadership ability, are Julie Meaney and Denny Trumbull. Julie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Meaney, 509 Azalea, Panama City Beach. Denny is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Den A. Trumbull Jr., 203 South Cove Lane, Panama City. VEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Thursday, March 1, 10?3 Page 3A "Jump In With Both. Feet And Then Start Adjusting OAKLAND Calif (UPI) — said Shankel, 33, of San Andres, i weekend leave in Carson City, For returned POW William L. iCalif., when reporters asked ifiNev., and honeymooned at Shankel a quick marriage was he was surprised that Mary j Lake Tahoe before Shan,<el •'the only route to tnke" with!Ann Hotop, of Dallas, Tex., hadlreturned to the hospital, where the girl who waited seven years'waited. he is recuperating for him. i "Obviously, she waited," he; imprisonment, lieutenant added. "So the only route to j from his bell- Tne first aerial crossing of the Shankel, a Navy n^<.^>.m^ ~~ ----- , commander shot down over take-was to get a wide tie, a- North Vietnam talked to double-knit jacket and — , j u„ neSaperreSers at Oakland bottom trousers-and jump in;English Channel was made by newspaper reporters ^ ^ and start!Jonn Jeffnes and Jean Pierre Francois Blanchard, who sailed Naval Hospital after a honeymoon. adjusting. I thought she'd be married," 1 The couple wed during a over in a balloon in 1785. .-WK* 1 llllllliP JiBlllllllllili DOT Lets Bids Florida Asphalt Paving Co., Panama City, is apparent low bidder at $186,538 for slightly over six miles of light shoulder grading, resurfacing and leveling the southbound lane on U. S. H i g hw a y 231, from Bayou George northerly to Camp Flowers Road. The Bay County project is ons of 37 road and bridge construction projects on which bids totaling $30,732,538 were accepted recently by the Florida Department of Transportation at its monthly bid letting. In Jackson County, Couch Construction Company of Dothan, Ala., with a bid of $242,295 gave the apparent low offer to grade and surface 7.4 miles along U.S. 231 from SR 73 northerly to the Atlanta and St. Andrews Bay Railroad Overpass in Campbellton. Coggin and Deermont Inc., Chipley, was apparent low bidder at $456,036 for a project in Holmes and Jackson County. Work will consist of slightly over two and one-half miles of heavy grading, type n surface treatment, bridge construction and small drainage structures on SR S-162 (Airport Road), from SR S-173 easterly to a point approximately one-tenth mile east of the Holmes Creek Bridge. 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