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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                DAVID STOCKMAN Budget director told to keep personal views to aide aays World February 6A Senate seeks compromise to end farm filibuster WASHINGTON AP Farmstate senators are op timistic they will reach agreement on a moire generous package of credit assistance for faltering an issue that has prompted a paralyzing filibuster and delayed action on other conressional Were getting very close to David said following a meeting late Wednesday with Senate Majority Leader Robert and Agriculture Secretary John I think were finding out our differences arent that Dole added after a day of meetings in which the administration promised to further liberalize its already announced credit aid Another meeting was scheduled for At the same House Democrats were attempting to seize the initiative on the pushing billion in additional farm loan guarantee authority through the Appropriations Committee and taking up a more am bitious credit package in the House Agriculture Com Appropriations Committee Chairman Jamie called the measure a holding action needed to keep farmers from sliding into If we dont restore some health to theyre going to go out of While the Senate meetings took place James and others tied the Total farm debt In billions of dollars outstanding 1 1976 77 Preliminary Chicago Tribune Graphic Source Department of Agriculture Why farmers are upsetdebt has more than doubled since 1976 Senate in knots with a filibuster that prevented con Dole and Boren declined to discuss the emerging sideration of other including the confirmation of agreement in but other participants in the EnWin IWpPtJP TTT to rfAnnrtnl n i 1 M A I i Edwin Meese III to be attorney general and a billion highway meetings said it was likely to include a higher ceiling on loan guarantees perhaps instead of the million the administration first announced and more liberal eligibility terms and guarantee This expands the Dole making reference to the negative reaction the credit package received when the administration announced it two weeks But Dole still expressed strong opposition to a suggestion that farmers immediately be given a portion of the crop price support loans they normally would receive at harvest Political pressure has mounted along with the credit which threatens many farmers with Hardest hit are Midwestern grain belt producers caught in a squeeze between high interest rates and low values for their crops and Estimates are that tens of thousands may not be able to borrow enough to plant spring and that many could be driven out of At issue is how far the government should go to help and how much of that burden should be carried by others state the banks that made the loans and the farmers There is a certain percentage out there that are not going to be able to be Dole Block and others insisted Wednesday that the administration had already done enough to ease farm credit Thatcher outlines economic issues WASHINGTON AP Prime Minister Margaret em phasizing her acceptance of President Reagans arms control is playing down British differences spawned by a strong dollar and a weak The British along with other Western European has been driven to record lows against the strong American Thatchers Conservative Party has blamed Americas billion deficit for siphoning capital from around the weakening other currencies and driving up interest rates in separate private sessions planned today with Treasury Secretary James Baker III and Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul was to emphasize how the economic policies of one country affect ac cording to a British Embassy In keeping with the non confrontational tone of her the prime minister does not have a shopping list of spokesman Alan Ingle They are general discussions of bilateral economic The president and after conferring privately in the Oval Office on lunched and talked for 2V4 Thatcher said she and the president had a thorough discussion of economic Donald Ducks voice stilled AP Clarence Ducky who once yearned to be a doctor but said he became the biggest quack around as the voice of the Donald has died at the age of Nash died Wednesday of leukemia at Joseph Medical said hospital spokeswoman Rhoda The native joined Walt Disney Pictures on and retired more than 14 years but he was in great demand the past few years to make personal ap Im busier now than when I was under Nash said a few years I originally wanted to be a but instead I became the biggest quack in the In the last two be appeared on an Academy Awards a CBS television Donald Ducks 50th Birthday and provided Donalds voice for the 1983 Oscar nomjnated abort Mickeys Christmas Naab conducted a tour to celebrate Donalds halfcentury ending in the White House vbere president and Nancy Reagan gave him a plaque commemorating Naahs ufllflviff place in American Continuing her enthusiastic praise of Reagans conservative she said the record of the American economy and its success in creating new jobs is But she added the reminder that the size of the economy is such that your decisions affect all of An official familiar with the discussions who spoke on condition he not be identified quoted Thatcher as saying that while there are obvious concerns about the strength of the the biggest danger would be a rapid decline in the value of the In her address Wednesday to a joint session of Congress the first by a British prime minister since Winston Churchill in 1952 she warned that the West should not expect too much too soon from the arms control talks with the Thatcher noted that the current strength of the which makes foreign goods less expensive in the United poses dif ficulties for export industries and creates pressure for in ternational trade barriers that would harm free I am certain that your ad ministration is right to resist such she To give in to them would betray the millions in the developing to say nothing of the strains on your other trading Cool it David Stockman told to tone down his views Margaret Thatcher At a formal British Embassy dinner Wednesday evening marking the 200th anniversary of Anglo America diplomatic President Reagan praised Thatcher for the clarity and directness of her The two he celebrate their anniversary while bound together by innumerable ties of ancient history and present friend In the area of international com Reagan said the United States is determined to knock down barriers to trade and foreign in and to the free movement of WASHINGTON AP White House officials say Budget Director David Stockman has been told to tone down his public statements or stop talking about such sensitive issues as military pensions and financially ailing One senior administration official said Wednesday that White House chief of staff Donald Regan informed Stockman of his displeasure about the budget directors recent testimony before a Senate committee and about comments Stockman made to According to the Regan told Stockman that many of these statements could be left unsaid or better The speaking on condition he not be would not say Stockman was disciplined but made it clear the new White House staff chief gave the budget director a dressing a former Marine Corps officer and Wall Street chief has a reputation as a tough task master with a ready a ready But the official denied Regan had threatened the often brash young budget director with although he indicated Stockmans behavior is being Asked what would happen to Stockman as a result of his recent unauthorized the official As of the moment right He will continue to fight the battle of the Asked if Stockman would soon be the source Id have to refer you to Dave on that Well just see how things play it by he was very good up on the Hill the official referring to Stockmans testimony before the Senate Budget Asked if that indicated the budget director was on some sort of the official That would lead to the interpretation that these were outbursts and not continuing has not set any date for his departure from the but there has been recurring speculation that he would not remain through President Reagans second Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige is said to be a candidate for head of the White House Office of Management and Budget should Stockman Stockman hospitalized WASHINGTON Budget Director David Stockman was hospitalized early today after he complained of feeling faint at a a hospital official Stockman was listed in stable condition at Georgetown University after he entered the emergency room accompanied by his hospital spokeswoman Claudia Dorninitz Stockman came in at 1 and he was com plaining of feeling Dominitz He was admitted to the hospital and is in stable DONT MISS THICITY ELECTRIC SUPPLYS BOOTH AT THE HOME PRODUCT FjtEaiEMT THIS AP FOB VOUH HUHPBI8E The success of who made bij debut in 1934 In toe WUe Little Mm wti from tbe 3 Economy Furniture SOUTH TEXAS LEADING BEDDING STORE 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