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Volume Ip Humber 14 Friday^ November 25, 1945
A THANKSGIVING PRAYER
Supreme Architect of the IMiverse, we
thank Thee for the Declaration of Inde
pendence, the Constitution of the United
States, the Bill of Rights assuring us
freedom of religion, speech and press.
We thank Thee for the privelege of being
citizens of these United States of Amer
Let us not boast of Tictory, but re
joice in peace and good will tovmrd all
men. Itoliver us from scheming politi
cians conniving to usurp the powor of
the world, of govornmont and of labor.
Deliver us from stupid nationalism, from
selfishness, greed and intolerance. Let
us remember the sermon on the mount and
grant us Faith, Hope and Love. Amen»
FLIGHT DEPARTIvIQ^T W~^S
Mr. Schlosburg is spending the Thanks
giving holiday at home vdth his family.
Yfe do hope the cold he had v’hen he left
does not develop to the extent that it
will mar his visit. P.S. He's a little
overdue. Could there be a reason?
Mr. Groat made a trip to Tri-City Air
port in Bristol, Tennessee and Charlotte,
W. C. on Tuesday. He was favorably
impressed v/ith the hospitality of Tri-
City. He reports, ”I v/as impressed by
the service and pleasant attitude pre
sented by the Appalachian Flying Service
that is operating the Tri-City Airport.
2ven though there was only one line man
on duty, he seemed to be right on tho
ball cleaning windshields, servicing and
parking all transient aircraft tho in-
sto.nt thoy landed and taxiing them to
J. F. Groat
Hangar boys,can't wo give tho some
Rod Willard v/ould not fly with a
cortain young lady this week after
he learnod she was changing from
skirts to slacks*
We hoar that tho Pilot and tho Lone
Eaglo aro warm:ing tho bonch for tho
Corsair Ball Team. George says the
T^ork is too heavy for the price they
The |64,00 question-’^i^i'ho owns the
"Old Yellow Hen"?
We hear one of our young ladies is
falling for CAA Inspectors.
Mr. Davis returned Thursday from
Oklahoma v/here he spent a v/eok as de
legate to tho Aviation Clinic.
Wu arc glad to havo Bob Northington
back Yfith us. Take caru of yourself
Bob, this weathor is tricky for ”Flu"
Our shop c'jid office forcos havo bu^ji
slowed up for tho past two vrooks ’.vitL
hoadachos, colds and those aching mus
cles that pro CO do and follovir tho flu.
We missod Major like a right arm thrt
one day ho v/as out with tho flu. Glad
you’re feeling better. Major.
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