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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Budget outlook dark WASHINGTON AP RepubUcan complaining that they were sold down the river President Reagans refusal to ew texes or delfly Social Security say new attempts to craft a package of spending cuts may now be almost Senior members of the House and budget committees met into the n ght exploring places w slice domestic But wary senators said the best they could hope for was half a loaf of deficit The presidents decision to scuttle yet another responsible budget sponsored by Senate Republicans and Senate may well doom oar final opportunity to make significant deficit reductions this year said Slade R I regret to say the president has sold us down the river Gorton said in a The president raised the hackles of Senate Republicans on Monday when he rejected their deficitreduction proposals including a levy on im ported oil making inflation ad justments in Social Security and other benefit programs every two years instead of and ad justing personal income tax rates to account for inflation every two years instead of Senate Majority Leader Robert said Tuesday the Senate was facing up to the immense threat of annual deficits in the billion but said Im not sure that its fully understood by some who advise the The top Democrats and Republicans on the House and Senate budget committee met for seven hours working into the late evening hours as they tried to forge an agreement before Congress leaves for its August recess at the end of the We went through almost everything looking for agreement between the two said Senate Budget Committee Chairman Pete They planned to meet again after both sides checked with their leadership on possible House Budget Committee Chair man William Gray said having Social Security and taxes off the bargaining table made the discussions since we know what the lay of the land Im optimistic tonight that were on the right Gray Gray and Domenici both said they disagreed on levels of defense spending and some domestic Domenici said he was unequivocally opposed to dropping the defense level below the billion Senate Dole passed up a GOP leadership meeting at the White House saying a power failure in the Capitol and the farm bill had commanded his Other Republicans said it was made clear to the president how frustrated they were with his White House spokesman Larry Speakes said the president stressed the need to have a final budget resolution and his desire that they produce it prior to the New Braunfels July IA Castro wants debts ignored tJ A if A Jt s A A Cuba AP Latin American speaking at a conference convened by President Fidel are closing ranks behind his call for their nations to ignore payments on their aggregate billion foreign At Tuesday nights opening session of the fiveday several speakers said Latin American nations face economic disaster unless they unite in a debtors rebellion against Western creditor countries and Castro opened the telling more than 500 delegates from Latin American and Caribbean countries that the gathering was the widest and most pluralistic meeting that has ever been held in this who has argued that payments on the debt would require a degree of austerity that few Latin American governments are strong enough to survive was expected to outline his position later in the He has said the portion of the debt owed to banks should be absorbed by the government and financed by defense spending The which represents Castros most am bitious effort yet to win acceptance into the Latin American family of has attracted political union chiefs and church But most governments indicated they are wary about allowing Castro to assume a role as arbiter of the debt and few sent official The highest ranking foreign delegate at the meeting is Nicaraguas vice Sergio Also present was Hor tensia Bussi de widow of the late Chilean President Salvador who received enthusiastic All of the Tuesday speakers expressed support for Castros view on the Several coupled their comments on the debt issue with denunciations of American policy toward Nicaragua and El Bolivias planning Freddy said the foreign debts amounted to economic Attempts to pay off creditor he would be taking bread away from the mouths of those who did not contract the A Mexican Alonso said he agreed with Castros view that the United States should assume the debt Cuban officials have said that leaders of virtually all leftist parties in the hemisphere are as well as two former presidents Wolfgang Larrazabal of Venezuela and Bolivias Guevara A number of former presidents turned down including Carlos Andres Perez and Rafael both of and Luis Echeverria of Soviet minister to talk about arms human riqhts Finland API nf Finland AP Secretary of State George Shultz held his first indepth meeting with new Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze with an agenda including arms human rights and the November summit between the The session was expected to last at least three Arms control and other experts from both sides were also expected to take Shevardnadze arrived at the suburban residence of Ambassador Keith Nyborg in a black Zil limousine flying the Soviet The Soviet minister was greeted outside by Shultz before the two men retired to a room where they were to meet over a green covered table equipped with two Shultz was acompanied at the residence by Max the chief American negotiator at Geneva arms talks Paul Shultzs senior advisor on weapons Rozanne assistant secretary of state for European affairs Moscow am bassador Arthur Hartman and Mark Palmer and Jack two specialists on the Soviet Among those in Shevardnadzes delegation were Viktor deputy foreign minister Vladimir the Soviet Foreign Ministrys press and veteran Washington ambassador Anatoly Officials accompanying the two men declined to make any substantive comment about the although some noted that the two had exchanged greetings Tuesday at the opening of a 35country meeting here marking the 10th anniversary of the Helsinki In speeches to the conference they accused each other of breaking the promises made at Helsinki in and were the most widely watched figures at the threeday Helsinki which ends One of the main topics of their discussions was the November summit meeting in Switzerland between President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Shevardnadze is the Soviet Unions first new foreign minister in nearly three decades and was named only July 2 as the unexpected successor to foreign affairs veteran Andrei Gromyko after Gromyko became the Soviet Previously the Communist Party leader in the Soviet republic of Shevardnadze has little foreign policy and his appointment was widely interpreted as a move by Gorbachev to put his own stamp on Soviet foreign The whitehaired Soviet official made his international debut Tuesday at the Helsinki reading steadily through a speech accusing the United States of undoing arms control efforts and meddling in the Soviet Unions internal His speech was regarded by veteran Kremlinwatchers as despite its and he included in it a call for increased cooperation between East and If it proves possible by joint effort to Indian legislator on hit list is slain in New Delhi NEW India AP Unidentified gunmen shot and killed a young legislator of the ruling Congress his politicianwife and a party worker at the lawmakers home in the Indian capital today and then Witnesses said the two gunmen opened fire with Britishmade Sten automatic guns as legislator Lalit and his stepped out of their New Delhi residence to drive to hit in the and his wife ran into the house but the gunmen chased them inside and kept said the lawmakers sisterin Santosh After they gunned down the they fired at Maken and Balkrishan a Congress party she The lawmakers Suresh also was wounded in the He was listed in stable condition in Lohia City Police Commissioner Ved Marwah said the assassins escaped on a stolen The motive for the killings was not but police said they appeared to be the work of professional was involved in bitter trade union rivalry in the where he headed federations of federal government employees and city bus He also reportedly was on the hit list of Sikh terrorists for his alleged role in the antiSikh carnage following the 31 slaying of Prime Minister Indira Maken and his the then president of the National Students Union of the Congress partys student were regarded as strong supporters of the late Sanjay Korean leader under arrest Gandhis younger son and Authorities sealed the capitals borders with neighboring states and launched an extensive hunt for the Police began a search of the city airport and railroad Marwah announced a rupees reward for information leading to the arrest of the two Indian President Zail Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and senior government officials rushed to New Delhis governmentrun Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital to see Maken after the Both houses of Parliament were adjourned until Thursday after the government announced Makens Speaking earlier in the ruling lower Gandhi voiced alarm at what he called the cult of violence springing up around dispel thunderclouds the sun shines brighter for he said of efforts to defuse problems in Shultz spoke later from the same podium and accused the Soviet Union of wholesale violations of its 1975 Helsinki promises to respect human Pious declarations are Shultz Real progress can only be seen in its effect on human The 1975 Helsinki agreements wrapped up the twoyear Conference on Security and Cooperation in The United Canada and all European countries except Albania Pledges and promises in the agreements covered human rights European security arrangements and many other AUGUST 3 9AM All Sales Final Cash Carry Tables of Savings at 50 and Even at 60 Off Shop Our Biggest OnceAYear Clearance Ever Seguin New Braunfels at Landmark Square South Korea AP Several hundred policemen surrounded the house of dissident leader Kim Daejung early Wed nesday and apolice official informed Kim that he was ordered to remain inside his a spokesman for Kim The police action was taken on the eve of a national convention of the opposition New Korea Democratic which denounced the moves against Visitors were allowed to enter the the spokesman An estimated 500 policemen were stationed around the residence in western The former opposition presidential candidate had been allowed to move around freely since March when the government of President Chun Doohwan lifted a political blacklist for him and 13 other political Although Kim regularly attended meetings of the dissident Council for the Promotion of he was technically still barred from engaging in political activities because of his 20year prison term on a sedition The sentence was suspended in 1982 when he was allowed to leave the country for medical treatment in the United Kim returned home in February after more than two years of self exile in the 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