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Horizontal cover

dc8mech

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Ok Gang, goal for today, get one horizontal covered. Was in Columbus yesterday to see Jim and Dondi at Aircraft Tech Support. Picked up a needed roll of anti-chafe tape and a quart of Poly-tak.
Dondi said the South Africans placed many orders for supplies. She related she is busy with Haz-mat lables for all the shippments going out. Jim stated during the big airplane show there were many people looking but not much buying going on. Venders repotred sales down for the week as to sales in pervious years. I told Jim we; Lynn, Bob, Steve, Dan, Jim, Carah, and myself only had to put one covering station down in the fabric workshop duing the week. The workshop can handel 40 folks at a time. Most of the week's sesions we had overflow. Some folks came back later to another workshop to get the "lab work" in. Beej, should have remembered to take the "Flyers" you made up. That will be on the check list for next year. I'll print some off tonight and file those in one of my many piles. Later Erich
 

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