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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HerddZeitung March gA Reagan wants Gorbachev to visit United States WASHINGTON AP Seizing on the sudden turnover of power in President Reagan is urging newly installed Communist Party chief Mikhail Gorbachev to come to the United States for the first superpower summit in six officials Reagans invitation was carried to Moscow by Vice President George who hoped to meet with Gorbachev following todays funeral for Soviet President Konstantin who died An administration official who spoke on condition he not be identified said Tuesday that the Reagan letter proposed a meeting in Senate wrestles with budget cuts WASHINGTON AP The Senate Budget after rejecting both President Reagans call for deep domestic spending cuts and Democratic proposals for tax in is ready to try again to chop billion from the federal But the committees senior Lawton Chiles of said the panel was at an impasse with no plan currently being offered capable of mustering majority Right I think were headed for a train Chiles said after the committee on Tuesday rejected a pair of Democraticsponsored proposals for tax Committee Chairman Pete was more saying the panel will con tinue working to try to find the ad ditional savings and the magic combination that will pick up the needed 12vote majority in his While conceding that the com mittee might consider supporting some form of tax increase down the road and as a last Domenici said the committee was not near that point We cant sub stitute tax increases for budget cuts this early in the he The committee was to work today on a variety of proposals that would make more extensive cuts than the general program freezes it already has adopted but members said that no plan right now is capable of winning As the panel finished its first run through of the 1986 it was still far short of the billion deficit reduction goal set by both the White House and Senate Aides said that so the com mittee has voted to cut billion from domestic programs in fiscal on top of a recommended billion reduction in the ad ministrations defense The panel has rejected billion in domestic cuts the president Hours after White House spokesman Larry Speakes said the president was strong as 10 pounds of onions against a tax increase this the committee a proposal by Ernest that would have raised billion over the next three years through a 5 percent minimum corporate income repeal of the investment tax credit and a oneyear freeze in the indexing of tax brackets to offset a proposal by Howard calling for a 15 percent minimum corporate tax that would have raised billion over the next three The Republicancontrolled com mittee on while sticking by Reagans antitax increase continued a pattern set last week of rejecting his proposed domestic spending The committee voted to maintain the federal revenue sharing program for one more year and to freeze pay for civilian and military government Reagan had recommended ter minating revenue sharing in 1986 and had proposed a 5 percent pay cut for civilian Bakers World HwpuldZrltunj the United but did not specify a The official said the president didnt list any conditions for a summit in the earlier White House spokesman Larry Speakes listed several requirements for a toplevel Speakes said that in weighing the pros and cons of a possible Reagan would consider such factors as an agenda for the where a meeting would take whether the setting was conducive to and if the talks might be If it is possible to arrange such a meeting with full and careful we believe it could make a constructive con tribution to the development of our relations with the Soviet Speakes Speakes said the administration no longer was demanding concrete results from a top level exchange between the and Soviet but he attempted to downplay this as being any change in He said that with the opening of arms control relations between the United States and Soviet Union have While Reagan did not meet with any of the three earlier Kremlin leaders during his officials noted that Gor is young and vigorous and likely to remain in power for years to come unlike his Its not that our position has Its that the nature of their leadership has said another White House Robert In a shouted exchange with reporters upon the departure from the White House of Egyptian President Hosni Reagan said he has been willing to meet with a Soviet leader ever since Ive been here and that he would look forward to a At a news conference last Reagan said he was willing to meet with Chernenko without prior assurances that a summit would produce concrete Before the president had insisted that he would not go to a summit to ease tensions with the Soviets unless the groundwork for success e 1970s there have been three visits by presidents to the Soviet indicating that it might be time for a Soviet president to visit The last summit was in when President Carter met Soviet 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