Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 36
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 36

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C-12 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 Bill Knowland Has No Regrets blsi Year By lA'LE 0. WILSON inted Press Inicfimtional OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI)— Bill can leader when faft, hlmsr.lf, was stricken. Here's how Bomft political aftd Khowland firmly assures all com-j^ overnmenlal matters appear to that he has nrt regrets over leaving the U.S. Senate to pitch Knowland: Presidential Politics: As of now; tiotikbts ftiWI Missiles: Li iwOjtlie prooiems: iwo-hunun - ciollai billion dollars given to 'Tito of (staid budgets, SOO-million - dollar Yugoslavia had been put into the j deficits which must be covered first satellite and rocket projects, the United Slates might have beaten the Russians. The same amount of money, »o spent, would have hftd greater impact on America's friends, enemies and the neutrals than it possibly could have as a grant to Yugoslavia. fiovemofs: Nelson A. Rockefel- by taxes. Mans; Remain in the newspaper business although you can't absolutely foreclose a return to politics because you cannot know what may happen in politics in four, six or eight years. The Navy developed "thd first 1A , » T -^ , , _,. guided missile ever launched in ler of New York, and Edmund O.jwartime against an enemy." they Brown of California have similar problems and comparable states— a campaign for governor of Call- Vice President Richard M. Nixor i fornla on the explosive issue ofjis well in front for the 1960 Re-< right-to-work. i publican nomination. Political con-j Moreover, Knowland very evt-jditions are subject to sudden! dently means exactly that, Al-jchange, however, and the public' though organized labor teamed .opinion polls might cut. down Nix-' with the state Democratic organ-ion as they cut down Taft before ization to lick him. [the 1952 Republican national con"I'd do it all over again,"! ventipn. Knowland said during an inter- j Budget. Balancing and Inflation: view in the office from which he ( The federal budget probably w.ll now supervises the publication of not be brought into control and balanced so long ns foreign aid continues. Foreign aid starts a chain reaction of spending in were launched in the Pacific during World War fit. Business Views General Motors Corp. reported sales Ml 13 per cent and earnings 25 per cent last year. But Chairman Frederic O. Donner and President. John F. Gordon termed the overall outlook for 1959 encouraging. Sinclair Oil Corp. reported lower earnings for 1958 reflecting lower prices, higher costs and increased Venezuelan income lax tales, hales sel a new', high, however. Short interest on the New York Stock Exchange dropped in the month ended last Friday to 4,1 2?, • 940 shares, least in a year. About one-quarter of the short position was centered in these five issues: Studebaker - Packard, General Telephone, U.S. Steel, First America Corp. and American Motors. Japan led the world in .1958 for the third consecutive year in total ui id.iint.um i ./KM 1 1.1 Register of Shipping reported Germany was second and BrifSWI third, The Small Business Administration approved 389 business loans in January totaling $20,278,008, compared with 438 approvals in December for $19,938,000. In January, 1958, there were 280 ap* proved loans totaling $13,820,000. Dairying contributed 25.07 cent of the toal farm income Ohio during 1956. per of If you give some people fh* shirt off your back, they'll criti« die you for y6ur poof fosfe. the Oakland Tribune, a solid ninj? newspaper. "I would do the same Ihinjc," he continued, "i might change which representatives and U.S. some campaign details but not j states and subdivisions argue that that right-to-wnrk issue. SomeoayHf billions of dollars can be spent' we will have to come to grips i abroad it should be possible to j with the issue of monopoly power, j spend millions at home for their j Too great a concentration of pew (special projects. The time is com-! er is dangerous." ling when the federal government! Thirteen years in the Semite j must choose between those priori-i preceded by a newspaper earner ties. The new federal budget does j and service, in the California Log- not appear to be actually in bal- 1 islature have given Knowland jance. Inflation already is 'here and | some insight into politics, govern-(could become deadly, if the Unit- ment and such matters. He was Jed States became" insolvent no hand-picked by the late Robert A. j country in the world could or Taft to become Senate Republi-i would bail out the United States. 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