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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 8, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Pacific stars and stripes Dole from Page 1 a former member of the Federal Trade Dole has been serving As assistant to the president for Public she has been performing magnificently in her White House said who has come under increasing pressure to name a woman to his Faith Ryan who has been serving As ambassador to will succeed Dole would be the first woman to head the transportation depart the with More than is the sixth largest of the 12 Cabinet formed in 1966 to pull together All the governments transportation a it is the third youngest Cabinet the department has wide ranging responsibilities aviation highways and Highway rail Elizabeth Dole roads and mass last the maritime administration was transferred to transportation from the Commerce depart bringing All transportation activities under one roof for the first under the the transportation department now runs the coast guard in As transportation Dole would be responsible for directing a massive Road repair program set up under a 5centagallon gasoline tax increase just approved by she also would be in charge of Highway safety programs for which Reagan has been reagans highest appointment of a woman before Dole was his selection of Sandra Day Oconnor to become the first female member of the supreme he also appointed Jeane Kirkpatrick As ambassador to the United Doles chief function at the White House has been to arrange meetings for the president with outside groups to drum up support for his pro she has maintained ties with women Many of which have not been Happy with most notably because of his opposition to the equal rights Amend leaders of the National woman political caucus recently met with january 8t 1988 top White House aides to urge that she be considered As a replacement for a Duke University and Harvard Law school is considered politically savvy and is a skilled she also is sensitive about her Success being cast in sexist i want to serve because of my professional not be cause in a she i think of myself As a professional no the a native of Dole served in the office of consumer affairs in the Nixon president Nixon named her to the Etc in she quit to help her husband Campaign for the 1980 Republican presidential the who ran for vice president on the gop ticket in is now chairman of the important Senate finance from 1969 to Dole was executive director of the presidents commission on consumer when the office of consumer affairs was created in she was named its Deputy foreclosures from Page 1 Papadakos order came after Allegheny county sheriff Eugene Coon withdrew 42 owner occupied properties from Public Sale this the sales Are held when owners Are in financial he the sheriff acted out of a humanitarian we agreed that the pressure grew to such an extent that action had to be Papadakos the one who gets ahead reads the asian Wall Street subscribe now Call your stripes office on base Only look for it at Pacific stars and stripes bookstores and army and air Force Exchange one banker commented that the actions by the judge and sheriff were politically popular in this steel producing the sheriffs and judges positions Are the judge said he would give lenders an immediate audience in Case the court has made an error or if for Good reasons the property should not be taken off the the intent is not to Stop sheriffs sales and forget about Papadakos he said his order Doest apply to businesses or rental properties or the property of he said he will Issue eligibility guidelines in time for the next sheriffs Sale action housing a nonprofit estimates that mortgage payments Are delinquent on properties in the fou county Pittsburgh area and lenders Are foreclosing on about of in glad to see the system show some said de an action housing wills said the order has a negative aspect in that it cuts off Cash flow to the lending which Are not in such great shape 0 from Page 1 the fiscal 1984 budget plan president Reagan will Send Congress predicts that the Economy after adjusting for inflation will grow at an anaemic rate of Only percent in by firs year recoveries from the previous seven postwar recessions typically have shown growth rates of 4 percent or because economic growth is expected to be so unemployment is predicted to decline Only slightly from its current now at a 42year High of at a news conference wednesday Reagan said the Economy is getting not getting but he conceded unemployment would be slow to according to the the jobless rate will remain above 10 percent by the fall of 1983 and above 9 percent in the presidential Campaign season in the fall of the unemployment rate was percent when Reagan took according to the new adminis the Federal Home loan Bank Board reported recently that 45 of the 50 largest savings and Loans in southwestern Pennsylvania lost Money in the first half of 83 percent of the federally insured savings and Loans lost Money during the unemployment in the Pittsburgh area stood at percent in in about six sheriffs deputies patrolled outside the office of the production credit association to maintain order in the face of the Farmers a similar Farmers foreclosure protest in earlier this week turned the Ohio Farmers rumbled on their tractors to the credit association office in the Madison county seat about 20 Miles West of Columbus to dramatize what they said was unfair treatment in the handling of their the protest by the family farm movement was prompted by the credit associations decision to fore close on a farm operated by Doug Dailey of Madison Dailey and Willis manager of the pc engaged in a shouting match about Baileys Dailey and the Farmers supporting him said they wanted to renegotiate a loan that could save the Larry an organizer of the urged the Farmers to be any violence will just detract from what were trying to he but were not going to leave until we get a satisfactory the pc is a farm credit institution that issues Loans to Farmers to finance farm equipment and they seem to be unwilling to negotiate expansions on loan pay ments or Grant extensions or new said Dale another organizer of the Bower said his statewide Organiza Tion is trying to bring attention to Farmers problems right Madison county sheriff Steve Saltsman As the protest was starting were not anticipating any but we Are concerned because we dont know what to Well be out there to make sure they dont put some heavy equip ment on Saltsman but these people Are decent Law abiding traction unemployment will not recede to 7 percent until the economic Outlook suggests the administration has abandoned its Promise that it can promote Strong economic lower a employ keep inflation Down and balance the budget at the same As its 198182 forecasts had As for the administration expects it to remain around 5 percent in about the same As in the slow growth forecast Means future budget which Reagan once promised to eliminate by will swell to record proportions in each of the next five years unless Reagan Abandons his opposition to tax increases and military spending officials now say the red Ink will grow from More than billion in 1984 to nearly billion in 1988 without major budget the administrations pre pared by Treasury Secre tary Donald Regan and budget director David expects a very gradual upturn at the Start of 1983 that accelerates As the year by the second half of the the administration expects the Economy to be growing at a 4 percent annual a healthy Pace it predicts will be sustained for several years to while administration expectations for 1983 Are below most other government and private its growth predictions for 1984 and beyond Are in line with the economics Robert of who compiles monthly predictions of leading private said Only 4 of his 45 forecasters expect growth lower than what the administration expects for he said the average growth rate of economists surveyed for the latest Issue of his Blue Chip economic indicators is Between 2 percent and 3 the administrations forecast is even More bearish than the Federal Reserve Board and congressional budget which had been much More pessimistic in the last two the fed and co expect growth of less than 2 percent for but not As Low As

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