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me pieomonmm ROA PICKS A WINNER See Page Four VOL. IX, NO. 6 THE BEST WAY TO TRAVEL — ALL OVER PIEDMONTLAND JULY, 1967 Sales Department Names New Managers Piedmont Airlines has an nounced the appointment of Vin cent Dieringer as New York Area Sales Manager. A native of Cedarhurst, New ^^ork, Dieringer attended Florida j^^outhern University following four year tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force. Prior to joining Sabena Bel gian World Airlines in 1958 Die ringer worked in the control de partment of Pan American World Airways. At Sabena Die ringer served as a sales repre sentative, manager of the New York telephone sales department and special projects manager for North America. Mrs. Dieringer is the former Loretta Lusk of Bluefield, West Virginia. They have two daugh ters. Dieringer’s sales territory for Piedmont will include the met ropolitan New York area and New England. Coiner — ORF Norman A. Coiner has been named City Sales Manager for ^-Norfolk, Virginia. A native of Newport News. Virginia, Coiner graduated from the public schools there and at tended the NASA Apprentice School — Instrument Research Division. A former transportation spe cialist for the Air Transport As sociation’s Military Bureau, Coin er also served as a special mili tary representative for the Bu reau. Prior to joining the AT A Coiner was an agent for Pied mont at Newport News and Ft. Eustis. He was City Sales Man ager for Piedmont at Raleigh- Durham, and Tri Cities. Mrs. Coiner is the former Billie Jean Davis who was Su pervisor of Stewardess Training for Piedmont Airlines. They have two children. Mr. Coiner’s territory will in clude Norfolk, Virginia Beach. Newport News, Portsmouth. Virginia and Rocky Mount and Elizabeth Citv. North Carolina. Forsyth — DCA William A. Forsyth has been appointed Sales Representative for the District of Columbia. He is working with “Bud” Halsey, Piedmont’s District Sales Man ager in Washington. Forsyth is a native of Pem broke, Massachusetts. He attend ed the United States Naval Academy at Bainbridge, Mary land before joining the Navy in 1962. Prior to joining Piedmont, ►Forsyth was a ticket agerit with Eastern Airlines in Washington. He also worked at the State De- partment Combined Airline Ticket Office. Forsyth is a member of the Washington Interline Club, the Washington Board of Trade and the Airline Traffic Association. Vincent Dieringer NYC Norman Coiner ORF Bill Forsyth DCA Accounting Personnel Take Over New Jobs Jerry Hines Hines Is Named Supervisor of Stewardess Training Piedmont Airlines has an nounced the appointment of Jerry G. Hines as Supervisor of Stewardess Training. A native of Concord, North Carolina, Hines graduated from the public schools there and at tended the Weaver Airline Per sonnel School in Kansas City, Missouri, where he graduated in 1961. Hines joined Piedmont as a flight attendant based in Wash ington, D. C. in 1961. He trans ferred to W’inston-Salem in 1963. Mrs. Hines is the former Te resa Jacobs of Kannapolis, North Carolina. They have two chil dren. In his new position Hines joins Audry Nicholson in , the training of all Piedmont steward esses. Audree F. Long, as Chief Ac countant, has assumed the re sponsibility for all accounting functions under the direction of T. W. Morton, Controller and Secretary of the Company. The supervisors of the general ac counting, revenue accounting, cost accounting and billing and collections sections are now re porting to long. He continues to supervise the payroll activi ties. Jack G. Walker has transfer- I Annual Reporf for '66 Wins Award Piedmont Aviation, Inc., has again received an award of Merit from Financial World Magazine’s Annual Report Sur vey. The award is in recognition of the excellence of Piedmont’s 1966 annual report to sharehold ers selected on the basis of con tent, design and typography from among more than 5,000 entries in the Financial World Twenty-Seventh Annual Report Survey conducted during 1967. By this achievement Pied mont’s annual report becomes eligible for consideration for an Oscar-of-Industry trophy, results of which will be announced by the magazine in September. The design and typography of Piedmont’s 1966 annual report, was done by Piedmont’s adver tising agency, Liller, Neal, Battle A. T. C. Celebrates 25th Anniversary The 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Air Force Air Transport Command will be marked by a reunion dinner to be held on Friday, October 6th, in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. Five hundred former A.T.C. officers are expected to attend. Lieut. General Harold L. George (Ret.), A.T.C.’s wartime commander, will be a co-chair man of the anniversary with C. R. Smith, his deputy com mander, now board chairman of American Airlines. The anniver sary committee will include lead ers from the worlds of aviation, industry, the professions, and government. A.T.C.’s long roster of cele brated alumni includes former Senator Barry Goldwater; form er Governors William W. Scran ton and Samuel P. Goddard, Jr.; United States Ambassadors An gler Biddle Duke, William Mc Cormick Blair, and Graham Mar tin. The Air Transport Command’s global operations during World War II included ferrying over 300,000 U. S.-manufactured air craft to every warfront. Former A.T.C. officers desir ing to attend should contact: Gordon A. Rust, Wesley Adver tising, 630 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10020. ' and Lindsey of Atlanta, Georgia. This is the fifth consecutive year that Piedmont has received the award. Audree F. Long m red from Data Systems to be come the Supervisor of General Accounting. The Accounts Pay able function, headed by Win fred A. Fishel, and all other general accounting activities, ex cept payroll, which were form erly under the supervision of Long are now under the super vision of Walker. Rilla M. Gregg has been nam ed the Assistant to Corporate Secretary and is responsible for certain corporate secretarial ac tivities of the Company. Jack Walker I Rilla Gregg Winfred Fishel Airline Pilots Try Out The New Boeing 737 Pilots from 16 of the 19 air lines which have ordered the 737 flew the new Boeing twinjet in Seattle recently during an all day demonstration at Boeing Field. Brien Wygle, assistant direc tor of flight operations for Boe ing and 737 project pilot, was in the cockpit for the seven one- hour flights. “I took two or three pilots with me each trip,” Wygle said. “Each of the 18 pilots had a good chance to become acquaint ed with our newest jetliner.” The operation was much like the work the short-range jet transport will face when it is delivered to the airlines late this year. Designed for numerous takeoffs and landings, the 737 completed more than 30 during the day. A number of takeoffs were made with a simulated failure of one of the two engines. Landings were the touch-and-go type. Some were made using instrument approaches. Wygle said each pilot had the oppor tunity to land and take off at least once. The pilots were unanimous in their praise of the 737. “They particularly were pleased with its excellent handling qualities, cockpit simplicity and systems such as cabin pressurization,” Wygle said. Wygle added that they also were impressed with the 737’s new control wheel system when flying in the autopilot mode. “It is just one of many features which simplifies the work in the cockpit and makes it possible to devote more attention outside the airplane.” “They gave the aircraft a good workout which included stalls with various flap set tings,” Wygle said. The Boeing-owned ' number one 737 was used for the flights.