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[[advertisement]] IT TAKES PEOPLE LIKE FRED WHITE TO MAKE EASTERN FLY. [[image]] [[caption]] Fred D. White, Regional Personnel Manager, Washington, D.C. [[/caption]] When you fly Eastern Airlines, you'll see a special quality in our people. They're courteous, polite, prompt with service and quick with smiles, because they're proud to give you service you can appreciate. Service that will keep you coming back to Eastern again and again. So at Eastern when people do a good job, they receive more than a "thanks." They get an opportunity to do better. To grow. To help us earn our wings every day. Like Fred White. He began with Eastern Airlines in 1968 as an affirmative action coordinator. Since then, we've grown. And Fred's responsibilities have grown with us. Now he's Regional Personnel Manager in Washington, D.C. Last year the 4500 employees in his district assisted more than five and a half million Eastern passengers from Kentucky to as far north as Canada. We congratulate Fred and all those people who make Eastern the airline with a difference. A better airline with good people and good ideas. Eastern is fortunate to have executives like this. It's ability like Fred's that makes Eastern fly. [[image - logo]] EASTERN WE HAVE TO EARN OUR WINGS EVERY DAY [[/advertisement]]
[[image - photograph of Fred white sitting at desk]]
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