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It's a little late (or a little early) for Christmas pictures, but Santa Claus
and pretty girls never really go out of season. This shows Santa's ar
rival at the INT airport accompanied by George Stack and greeted by
Miss Merry Christmas. Santa was Paul Simos and his charming hostess
was Glenda Marshall.
Put Your Best Card Forward!
And the hand of welcome will be extended to you ... in lioLels,
motels, restaurants, car rental agencies or secretarial services.
Show your Air Travel Card. They’ll bill you direct ... no
extra charges. World-wide recognition.
(Ask your favorite airline for our Persona! Credit Card Directory)
“Mr. Modern Traveler" will be popping up regularly via a series of ads
in Time and Newsweek magazines as the Air Transport Association pro
motes the Universal Air Travel Plan — one of the oldest systems in
existence. There are over one million holders of the Air Travel Card
around the globe whose cards are good for charging air transportation,
lodging, meals, car rentals, and business and communications services.
North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford (left) was an honored visitor to the Piedmont exhibit at the recent
N. C. Travel Sports and Travel Show in Charlotte. Piedmonitors manning the display and acting as the
Governor's hosts were (left to right) Madge Lanier, Don Edmundson, and Johnny Newell. Over 49,000 peo
ple attended the six-day show.
Mr. Edward Kuhn—V.H.P. — Very Historic Passenger. Mr. Kuhn of Cin
cinnati made Piedmont history last December 22 when he became the
first passenger on a scheduled Martin 404 Pacemaker — an extra sec- Don Britt, Assistant to the President, gives beauty queen Kenny McArver an assist as she deplanes at INT
tion on Flight 453 from TRI to CVG. He retired in January as Vice after attending the inauguration of jet service from the CLT airport. Miss McArver, who is this year's Miss
President of the Interchemical Corporation, CVG, and shortly afterward Charlotte, dunked champagne on the 720 and started the first jet commercial flight to serve either of the
kindly consented to pose for Piedmont and posterity. Carolinas.