Piedmont Aviation Employee Newsletter /
Aug. 24, 1945, edition 1 /
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Vol. 1 - No. 1
F-lday» August 2L..1945
This little Mews Sheet, with your help,
will probably grow tOi .be as big as a daily
newspaper sonie day.
You have helped to put Piedmont "on the
map". Now that the war is over, we have a
bigger job ahead in order to keep it
there, and I ajii sure that all of the rest
of us can depend on YOU to do your share.
It is only by vrorking INTELLIGENTLY—
by IMPROVING OUR SERVICE3— by avoiding
WASTE OF TBffi AND MATERIALS and EIvTRAVA-
GANCE— by working together as a team*—
that we can win out over our competitor
and secure the customers patronage.
REMEiiBER ALWAYS, that it is the buyer of
our products and service— the CUSTCMER,
and he alone, who MAKES OUR JOBS AND KEEPS
TKFli GOING; but he isn’t "crazy in the -head"
and he won't pay us more for what he wants
if he can get the same value for less
money, from our competitor.
T. H. Davis
you along your mental path let me give
you a few pointers which should guide
you in yo\ir thinking.
Rememb'.?r that Piedmont Aviation is
your Company, Your earnest and untiring
effort is the only insurance we have
for the continuance of our pleasant
associations and comfortable livelihood
Make every minute of your work day cour
Time is the most valuable thing in the
world- do not waste it. After all, you
are working for yourself. The company
has to meet the payroll and overhead
with the results of your labor. If one
man shirks his work, he not only hurts
himself,/>’// we all must suffer. During
the next few months the going will be
hard. It is necessary that all of us do
our utmost to win our fight for contin
ued growth and the progress of Piedmont
No doubt Piedmont Aviation News is a
surprise to you and you are wondering what
it is all about. We are all very busy try
ing to keep our organization head and
shoulders above all other operations in the
Southeast. There is little time for meet
ings to discuss matters which should be
brought to your and my attention, VJhen a
hurried meeting is held, there is never
the whole personnel present. Piedmont Avia
tion News will servo as an organ to express
your views on anything you feel is of im
portance to our organization and to call
to your attention matter-s you should know.
In behalf of the Comp?ny and myself, I
want to express to you my appreciation of
your untiring efforts and lojia.Lty which
made it possible for us to attain the pos
ition we hold in the field of aviation.
The war is over. As a thinking person,
it behooves you to ask yourself the ques
tion, "where do we go from here?". To help
We welcome a new employee in our mids
Mr. Lindsay Calloway, He is an experi
enced spray man. Give him all the help
you can and make him feel at home.
Miss Nell Adams is vacationing in Ne-v\
York this week„ Brownie and the Major
are looking forward for her return witl
some refreshments from the Big Town.
Other employees enjoying vacations a:
Mr. Headen, Mr, Clifton Rowe and Mr.
Sgt. Ed Culler paid us a pleasant
visit bhis week. He is anxious to tal'ic
off his uniform and come back to us.
There will be a meeting of all emplp,
ees who hold a "A" or "E" License in Mi
Bonish's office Saturday, August 25 th,
at 4:30 P.K. It is imperative that all
licensed mechanics are present.
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