The Press: Triple-Threat Man

Even though he is president of the nation's largest bank holding corporation and earns $100,000 a year, Maurice Stans is a moonlighter. Once a week, he addresses himself to trends in business and Government and turns out a newspaper column that makes sober sense. Measured by the mail he brings to the Los Angeles Times-Mirror Syndicate, Stans is more popular than any of his flashier colleagues.

U.S. Budget Director during the final three years of the Eisenhower Administration, Stans, 54, is billed by the syndicate as a sort of fiscal triple-threat man—an expert in both business and Government who can distill his...

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