There are two words for an executive who sets up his lay schedule in four states. Den�s aggressive. And the other is successful. People who would add crazy, are probably ill-informed on the advantages 1 the company airplane. That’s why Beech Aircraft has put together a file of cold, hard facts, case histories, and simple logic on the business aircraft. It shows how any company, large or small, an expand its territory and profitability, without depleting its treasury; with a Beech craft company plane. It shows how a Beech craft company plane and stand up to the scrutiny of cost accounting by giving you more travel for less money. And it shows how you can make a breakfast meeting in Apartment in Madrid, a plant ins in Salt Lake City, a luncheon in Pocateo, a sales banquet in Cheyenne, and be home in Denver for the 10 o’clock news, if that’s Nek what it takes. Because sometimes, that’s what it takes, L Member of General Aviation Manufacturers Association Send for your free Management Guide to Business Aviation in the `$O’s and give new meaning to “a day’s work: Write us on your company letterhead, and we’ll send you everything you need to decide whether your company can profitably use a Beech craft. And which Beech craft suits you best. Write to: Beech Aircraft Corporation, Dept. A4, Wichita, Kansas 67201, and please mention if you’re a pilot. If you’d rather call, call collects and asks for Dick Schowalter, Jr. (316) 681-7072. Labor Day scare, 1979: Hurricane David gives Miami Beach a close shave, passing just offshore after devastating the Caribbean. In Miami and other research centers, scientists continue to probe earth’s most dangerous and destructive storms by tracking such monsters as Hurricane Allen, which in August 1980 flailed Jamaica with 170-mph winds, ending on the south Texas coast. J, SCOTT APPLEWHITE, MIAMI HERALD The poor got poorer in the Dominican Republic. In David’s aftermath a sugarcane cutter stands in shock amid the ruins of her modest home. Storm of the storm: In the wake of Hurricane Frederic, Mobile, Alabama, lay prostrate, and a dusk-to-dawn curfew was imposed. Authorities frequently face urban Problems in the after, math of such natural disasters, News photographs of storm damage are often followed by those of looting as the damaged civil fabric temporarily unravels. Like a giant’s plaything, this 15-ton C-46 transport was flipped atop a hangar by 145-mile-an-hour winds at the airport near Santo Domingo, capital of the Domini�can Republic. Throughout that nation, David killed some 1,200 people, left more than 200,000 homeless, and cost a billion dollars in damage. Multiplying the trag�edy, Frederic dumped two feet of rain on parts of the country six days later. Laughing through tears, victims of Frederic made rueful peace with what they could not change. Trailers, light and often unanchored, were dangerous shelters. Frederic leveled parts of Dauphin Island, Alabama, where devastating Airborne guillotines flew in Frederic’s 133-mile-an-hour winds. This one missed any human targets. One of the nation’s most destructive hurricanes, Frederic killed five people and caused more than two billion dollars’ damage. They lived to about it. Ben Berger stands amid the ruin of his store, where he and five neighbors rode out Hurri�cane Frederic on Dauphin Island, Alabama. One, Pete PETRONAS, gets a hug from a friend grateful to find him safe.