Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 7
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. DESIGNM) FOR A TRANSCONTINENTAL flight, the Douglas-designed and built Cloudstcr got only ;· as far as Texas in 1921. But its performance was so impressive Douglas received sen-ice contracts ··V and began a career as a plane builder. The Cloudstcr is shown here outside the original Douglas "·: plant in Santn Monica. ?Keimedy's "Tax Bill Triiiinplis (Continued from Page A-l) fight against the Republican move to strip from the bill proposals which would: Spur modernization of in dustry by offering business Jet Age Brought Douglas Crisis something of (Continued from Page A-l) masters, the famed trans' ports, were becoming obsolete for most major airlines, but Douglas bided his time. He attributed his delay In DC-S In service and Douglas man. and was in the jet ace. miser. A visitor to his home in THE DC-8 had been years Rollins Hills said he kept old. in the making, from the draw-1 threadbare suits in his clos- ^ng board to the take-off run-jets, reluctant to throw them !\vay. To construct it, Donald aW ay. A friend said this was going into Jet production to Douglas crcctC( i a special| pro ' ba ' b i y becauso Douglas two factors: the economic « semb]y plant ln t . onK r) ca chJ s ,jntcd himsc)f so much |n situation of tho airlines of that time, and tho disasters that overtook the Comets, that cost $20 millions. Douglas had become so important to the economy of his pioneering days. . . . . , trv........ ... ...~ ^.,..v,...j ... HIS MARRIAGE, to Char- some of which blew up in the . ng ncach ( h a t 59.000 lotto M. Ops of Marion. Iml.. firms and proprietors tax cutsj air ' · people turned out to sec that broke up in 1033, niter 37 of up to S7 for every $100 . . [May 30 flight, years, and after their five spent to purchase equipment! DOLGLAS SET ms dcsipn-| Donald W. Douplas was children were grown. ._-_-_-._ ! rrs lo thc P o:l1 of a cabin !now no years old. I rom his Darlier Mrs. Douplas had twice as strong as a DC-G.j ta | cnts had come airplanes sued for separate maintc- Not until he had given the:,^ ]lld j pnnnc( | continents, nance and named Douglas' DC-8 tests that would be and , hcn thc wor |j. l h a t had o r f j c c a!is j stanti M FS . j.\ ar . comparable to 100 years of carricd mcn across u, 0 f acc p ucr itc Carrie Tucker, then California's IB Democrats and I t Republicans voted as follows: Democrats for -- Colielan, Corman, Doyle, HoIIficld, J o h n s o n , King, McFall, Clem Miller, George Miller, Moss, Roosevelt, Saund, Shelley, SIsk. D e m o c r a t s against -- Hagrn. Democrats not voting, paired for the bill-- Shcp- pan). Republicans against -- naldwin. Bell, Guhser, Hiestand, Hosmer, Llpscomb, Malllard, McDonnugh, Rou j- tt\ot. Smith, Tcague, lilt, Wilson, Younger. nnd tools. Tho proposed tax relief was estimated to total $1.175.000.000 for this year nlonc. Insure payment of taxes on intcicst nnd of thc earth to win wars: that 51. as the "other woman." had changed a nation's 1 Mrs. Douglas said that her method of trar.:rortat!cn. famous husband would not be · · · * "bothered with me or the NOW HIS SO.V, Donald W. children." Douglas Jr., was president of . . . . jthe company, and now his MKS. DOUGLAS withdrew and control over its that suit, however, and filed most flying, did Douglas enter thc jet business. Then ho tooled up the production lines In Long Beach for the DC-S. a piano that cost more than $200,000,000 before it took its first test flight. On May 30. IMS. | A. G. Hcimcrdingcr at thc; a [f a j rs wcrc SU pp 0 scd to de- a new one. asking fnr a rii- ;rnnlrols, the first DC-R test c ij nc . ]j u t his interest is as vorcc. Under terms nf the jflight took place at Long ac tj v e today as it ever was. settlement, she r PC r i v e d Ileach Municipal Airport. On As i) nna |j \vil| s Douglas SR97.0.V) in securities, a Nov. 29, the massive jet flewi ncars thc cnd n{ h j s carccr , $70.000 home and 15 per cent Itn Edwards Air Force Base ne carl fak back upon work of her husband's $110.000- for further testing. In all.^hat has spanned more than a-year salary, nine of the giants were tricd'^o y cars O f the pioneer days ; A day after thc divorce land proven there before thc ,,; flying. He can also look became final, Douglas mar- piano was certified. upon a company that has'ricd Mrs. Tucker at Oxnard. On Sept. 18, 1933, Delta p| ans beyond a DC-3. Donald, Since then he has lived and United Air Lines put the ^u, Douglas has helped!rather quietly In his Rolling carry aviation to thc edge of Hills home, making public space in 40 ycars. appearances only as his duties In that time he acquired a as chairman of the board cputation as something of nn require. eccentric; something of a Isinclc-minded, hard-driving Sunday: Douglas at 70 years. they played eight years ago. stock iT' 1 '* timo " %val l ' 18 Kepubli' laAi :i mi 11111.1131 M I I U DI\/\.I*. i .1 r* -dividends by withholding the,""' "ho accused the Demo- reputatio tax as has been done for two c "" ° f . t . r ''. nK1Ito K|V ° lusi - eccentric j, ' .... ...:,,, W3 , c , Tw . cn , v 'ness a " w i n d f a l l . . . a bonan-! s i nc | c .rr accaucj i...n iia^c.. i w c n . j , . ,.nlir,i i h i t i . -cents would be withheld on 7a . every dollar. This was de-; jigncd to catch SGOO million | nf the revenue the Treasury- is losing through failure nf replied th.iti were trying to 'cut the throat of business." . made for overpayment. »·· Tlie bill represents the big- '-"Ifcst overhaul of tax policy » -jlnco a Republican Congress % * rewrote the tax code In 1954. THE BILL ALSO contains ' t h"jji provisions designed to answer Kennedy's complaints t h a t some businessmen are living in luxury and charging off part of the cost on their tax- deductible expense accounts and that others are using "tax havens" to avoid taxes on .' In the floor fight, the politl-| ovcrsea ,, earnings. 'I Ml parties reversed thc rolcs- measure would crack /"* * i ' ness tt Lll/V;·" · J Irevf Battles to jdown on tax-deUuctilile bus! jness entertainment, bringing an extra $125 million in i revenue rach year. It also 'Would impose stiff new rules on overseas earnings, producing an additional $145 million in annual tax revenue. T^lllff Dl Until Startln B Ju 'X '· business- JL l't*'iZ JL/Mi Co men would lose lax dcduc- " ,tions for cxpcnsesof business- SIOUX CITY. Iowa (DPI)-- related entertainment unless Three-thousand weary floodjthey keep records to substan fighters Thursday appcaredjtlate them. In be winning a battle against' Tax deductions would b( thc gorged Floyd River but'Pr»hibitpd_ for expenses o: nn upsurge nf spring (|oods i y acl js. swim minB pools, hunt left 2.700 persons homeless in inK l°ds«, social-club dues thc Middle West. an , d , ° thcr , entertainment fa_ ,,,. . . . .., ,, . cilillcs unless they were used With thc crest of the flood- moro ^ ha , f ,{,,, Jim8 for Ing Floyd only hours away, a businc , s fnt( , r(a j nrncnt . wave of optimism swept' volunteers plugging water- soaked dikes guarding the city's cast side. Grammar - school youngsters worked alongside hag- · pard veterans of other flood battles to plug boils that broke out on thc 38th Street and 41st Street dikes. A R M Y LXGINLTRS reported the situation generally "under control" and Jim Burke, administrative assistant to city manager Connie Bodinr. said "things look pretty good." Three more Io\v.i National Guard units were called up to battle the swelling runoff from a heavy winter snow- pack as new flood threats popped up elsewhere in Iowa. N e b r a s k a . Minnesota and South O.ikoia. Reflect Good Taste Provide Protection --Inexpensively W Marine Glass Co. scon-wooBAXO-scorr SB. CLASS FOX AIL ruxrosis Cor. Mi'nolU and 14th HE 7-7411 Sin Pidro, 130 W. 5th St. 7E 3-2481 · ANKAMCRICARD ; TrilK-Mii.-ii Kill -12 · NF.W DELHI (UPI-- Mrs. Lakshml Mcnnn, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru's deputy, told Parliament Thursday Nag.t tribesmen killed 42 civilians last year try'ms to set 'up an independent Nag.i state. SPECIAL PURCHASES WOMEN'S TENNIS SHOES ers t h t Iritndly ilor* of lonij B«ac ACl'IVI.TEE DRESS tin: htisiif «t drrss in your Kanlrolir. 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