Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 118
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 118

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Sunday, January 31, 1960
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VICKS Deconiestant INHALER Opens cold-blocked nose clear up to your sinus Tests prove new Vicks Inhaler clears congestion fast Dramatic new clinical tests of actual colds- sinus sufferers show that 5 minutes after use the new Vicks Decongestant Inhaler decreases nasal congestion most effectively. And it may be used regularly for continued relief without stinging or burning. Actually, just one whiff and you fed Immediate reRef! New Vicks Decongestant action instantly shrinks swollen membranes, clears congestion of colds, allergies, hay fever. Opens your cold- congested nasal passages all the way to your sinuses for faster wide-open breathing relief. YOUNG MAN ON At 23, Sam DuPont owns a business empire. Among his employes: by H. B. STOWERS M I A M I , FLA. M OST COLLEGE BOYS, especially those in colleges of business administration, dream of some day becoming the president of a corporation. It ivoulil be a rare student., however, who in his wildest dreams thought he could make the grade by the time he was 23 years old. At this age, Samuel Hallock DuPont Jr., a student in the business school of the University of Miami, is already a corporation president who owns a dozen or more companies. And he still has another semes- ter to go before his graduation in June. Although he is one of the famous DuPont family, Sam had to start from scratch. He hasn't had a cent of .family aid in his business ventures. As a matter of fact, his father hates aviation and Sam is in the aviation business--and in a big way, too. Moreover, his major in college is aviation management. Two years ago, while in his sophomore year, Sam decided he could not wait until- he was graduated before going into business for himself. He was taking advanced flying lessons when he got the idea of a charter service. He rented an airplane, set up headquarters in a rented trailer and studied aviation textbooks while waiting for a customer to call. He had learned to fly at the age of 16 --though his mother and father will not set foot inside an airplane--and now he has been checked out and licensed for everything up to multi-engined transports. At present he owns several of the fastest- growing aviation concerns in Florida and operates them while he studies account' ing, aviation law, airlines operations, cargo loading, and communications, leading to a degree in business administration with an aviation major. Poiode-Jan. 31,1960

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