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Nov. 30, 1945, edition 1 /
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'Pledjjiont Aviation Nevss - Page 2,
deactivated at once if only there were
some way of getting men home. I keep
telling iiyself that I'll heme in
December, but maybe I'm fooling myself.
Being away so long really makes me
appreciate Airierica and it is worth all
the hardships I have gone through just
to know that I have America to return to,
I sincerely believe my qualifications
gained by much practical experience will
enable me to hold down some responsible
position and do a good job for someone.
Naturally I wonder if you could use my
experience and services.
Remember me to Tom Davis, Groat, Gurney,
Vestal and any others of Piedmont. Hope
I'm there to say it in person, but if
not — Merry Christmas Folks.
Gurney went to Dothan, Alabama on
Tuesday to take Mr. Lansing Hatfield
to his next concert.
Vestal weathered in for two days at
Rockingham on his way back frora Camden
with a Cessna. He couldn't have been
lost because Rockingham is only about
70 miles off course. Bob and Marion
made it safely home from Camden the
Mr. Groat has been out sick for the
past two days. We hope he'll be back
vdth us soon.
Please remember that the Lathe, Drill
Press, Ma^aflux Machine, and Magneto
Tester are expensive machines and not to
be played with. Unless you have a job
to do, please let them alone. V/e have
found that perfectly good brass bushing
material has been ruined due to some
one's playing with the lathe after work
hours. LINE CREW, PLEASE NOTE. The
Friday, November 30, 19A-5
wires on the magneto tester have been
crossed up and the battery run down.
The emery wheel was found this morning
full of aluminuEi, and it would not cut
anything else. Please be reminded that
aluminum should not be ground on the
Brownie and Red,
The "Old Yellow Hen" is for sale.
If the proceeds are sufficient, they
Viill be used to purchase toys for a
kid that won't grovi up and a new set
of men's teeth.
The sixty-four dollar question,
"Could it be true that since it first
turned cold, a certain lady employee
has kept a frying pan on the stove
waiting for some ration-free ham?"
By the vjay, v;ho is the lady with the
lovely voice who keeps the telephone
wires .busy calling for C.W.
There will be a meeting of all
mechanics and helpers who are in
terested in improving their work, on
Vifednesday evening at 7/OO PJl. in
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