North Carolina Newspapers

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Vol. 1 No. 20 PA NEWS June U, 1946
Let’s look at our line service from
the visiting Pilot's view.
The instant the pilot sits his wheels
on our runways, we begin to either
win or lose him as a customer.
(1) Do we meet the customer cour
teous ly?
(2) Do Vie shovi him vjhere he can find
Operations?
(3) Do we show him where he can find
the rest room?
(4) Do we show him where he can find
the restaurant?
(5) Do we show him where he can find
the ?/eather Bureau?
Let’s find out his or her needs and
show and tell them where they can be
found. It will cost us only a few min
utes work to dust out the floor and
wipe the windshield, yet it will pay
big dividends in good will.
SOFTBALL
We are all very proud of the Piedmont
softball team, and we sincerely hope
they vjill continue to play "bang-up"
ball and come out in first place in
the league. We urge all employees and
their families to come out to the games
whenever possible, to cheer our team,
and give them their moral support. A
good cheering section helps any teami
June 4th - Piedmont vs. Selected Dair
ies at Wiley
June 6th - Piedmont vs. City Silent
Club at Gray #1
June 11th - Piedmont vs. ¥Jinston Steam
Laundry at South Park #2
June 13th “ Piedmont vs. Wall Coal Co.
at Hanes High
Our softball team has won from Tire Re
builders, Selected Dairies, Duplan, and
Modern Chevrolet; and lost to Y's Men
and Modern Chevrolet,
IMPORTANT ANNOlMCHkENT
Mr. Charles Vestal on June 1st assumed
the duties of Director of Operations
and will be in complete charge of all
flight activities and other functions
centered around the operations,
Charles has been with us a long time
and his knowledge of a general operation
should well qualify him for this posi
tion. Let's all give him our whole
hearted support and cooperation.
VETERANS
We welcome all the veterans v;ho are
taking flight training at Piedmont, and
vie all wish thera \iell on their trainings
Piedmont is an approved flight school
to give private and commercial license
and also instrument and instructor
ratings.
Let's all work together to "Keep em
Flying".
NEWS ITEMS
Vie have a new employee in our midst,
Mrs. Maxine Trotter. She vjill be a big
help in the general offices of the com
pany and be able to take care of the
increasing amount of paper work as a
result of the GI Program, VvAA, Surplus
Parts Sales, etc.
In case you didn' t notice in the May 26t!
Journal, J. C. Kelley was awarded a -
trophy for the "best sportsmanship" for
athelete at Mineral Springs High School.
Joe Culler also received the football
award for best all-round player.
We all welcome Frank Nicholson back to
our flight department after serving a
tour of duty in the Army Air Forces.
    

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