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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                October Iftt Opinions HejpgUdZeltunf Gmtrri Manager aWMti Andy What this country needs is a big fix Ifow would tt be if we picked some year in tht near Mart and didnt boy anything new at all that year Wed spemitto entire M days fUngtMngs we already Its gotten so everyones throwtaf It away and buying a new one Instead of having the old OM and mat seams Wouldnt tt do just as much for tht economy and more for tht tcology if I spent having my old car done over instead of ipendlng for a new one Theres going to be some Job relocation necessary but it wouldnt do any harm at all if those people in Detroit who make spent a year filing They might be more careful when they went back to the assembly Its hard to beam ow economy has to depend on seUmf us things we dent really There meat be another There are a mousaad things I keep buying what I dont Ive got four electric shaven but three of them dont I have three drills bat only one is There are two ice cream fretsers in the garage but the motors on both of them need We have two retired toasters and a closet full of gadgets that Just barely dont work I dont need new I need someone wholl fix my old Id start not buying from the ground Id have all the old shoes I own Washington Today Grenada invasion mars peace image By BARRY 8CHWEID Associated Prees WASHINGTON The invasion of Grenada and the death of more than 200 American Marines in Lebanon complicates President Reagans foreign policy just as he draws near to a decision on whether to seek re Reagan was ready to roll on a platform of peace through but now may have to justify the invasion of the Caribbean country and his determination to keep Marines on duty and in danger in the Middle The death toll in highest since the Vietnam is stirring up and not because the legislators disagree with Reagans dual goals of bolstering the Beirut government and improving the chances of peace between Israel and its Arab Congress shares those But it knows how much Vietnam has left its mark on the American The national interests of the United States must be at stake for all to see before the voters will endorse a military venture Charles a Maryland reflected that sentiment after the Beirut massacre when he called for a clearer definition of goals in the Middle Reagan attempted to provide it in a meeting Monday with regional editors and broadcasters at the White He said the Marines were in Lebanon to maintain order while a govern ment could be and their military could then acquire the capability necessary to reinstitute their control over their own In view of Lebanons recent that could take several Congress gave Reagan 18 and may be ready to The Grenada invasion is potentially more explosive for Reagan since it conjures up for critics the hip shooters image the president worked so hard in the Oval Office to Secretary of State George Shultx said the Rangers and Marines were sent to Grenada to protect the nearly citizens from being hurt or taken hostage in an atmosphere of violent uncertainty following last weeks Supporters of Reagan in Congress detected an additional motive to force the removal of a Marxist backed by the Soviet Union and If that is the the president may find it harder to defend risking American lives to sweep out Marxists than it is to use Marines as One day weve got the number of Marine deaths which shocked us and the next day we find we are in vading Lawton said Are we looking for a war we can win Reagan and the Republican National Committee were not looking for this sort of potential political Reagan still hasnt said hell run again next And at a news conference only last he refused to be pinned saying only down the road one probably in the nottoodistant probably before my I will put your minds all at one way or the Reagan will be 73 on Reagan says Marines represent global security ByGEORGEGEDOA Associated Preee WASHINGTON President Reagan is escalating the rationale for his Lebanon policy by suggesting that a military withdrawal could lead to Soviet domination of the entire Middle East and a cutoff of Western access to the regions oil By depicting the stakes in those terms Reagan indicated that previous administration justifications for ths Marine presence in Lebanon did not go to the heart of the Before the administration had been defending the Marines mission in more limited terms to make Israels northern herder to help achieve Lebanese national reconciliation and to promote the withdrawal of all foreign forces from But speaking a day after the airport said the stakes Inveivod Ml only Lebanons political but that of the entire MMsle the security of Wi oil forest loyal to He If Lebanon ends up under the tyranny of forces hostile to the not only will our strategic position in the eastern Mediterranean be but also the stability of the entire Middle including the vast resource areas of the Arabian Despite the enormity of the Reagan said it would be a mistake for American forces to become involved in the area other than in a peacekeeping If Americans were to go into We would be fighting Arab and that is not the road to he Reagans statement left some analysts wondering whether the administration can achieve its am bitious objectives for the region with noncombatant There were echoes In Reagans remarks Monday of bis speech last April In which he outlined what would happen if Cangrese rejected his proposed UN million aid request a trifling sun nowadays for Central America Our credibility would our alliances would the salety of our would oe put in soled and heeled and Id put new shoelaces in all of Then Id shine them and wear I wouldnt buy any new Id go through my bring out the clothes that need work and take them to the tailor or sew on a few buttons The art of turning a frayed coOar might be I dont think we need any new houses for a The building Industry will howl but theres plenty of work for them to Like they could learn a little about building new ones by fixing the ones they put up ten years Everywhere I go I see perfectly good houses that have been aban Why couldnt the building industry and the people who want houses rebuild those instead of building new ones Why cut down more trees when we have wooden houses rotting for want of a little care and a coat of paint Why dig up more iron ore to turn into cars and farm machinery when we have cars and farm machinery rusting away that only need a little mechanical repair and some grease It would be a year in which no new books would be Each of us would read the books we bought in past years and never The writers are writing faster then the readers are The readers need time to catch up and I speak with firsthand knowledge when I say that it wouldnt hurt if the writer spent a little more time with their No new games at Christmas Parker We have enough games in our Well dust off our our checkers and mahjong sets and bring out the Monopoly and the Scrabble Maybe well play In the back garage or there must be a lot of old Hula roller bongo boards and wagons for the kids to play Maybe there are even some a pogo a bike and a Flexible If no one is selling anything this could hurt television and newspapers which depend on ad vertising Newspapers might have to charge what It costs to produce Nctwoik tOMvMon would have to find some other way to collect from How much would a newspaper cost if we had to pay for tt directly For all we consumers it might be cheeper In the long run to pay for both Im of Were not going to stop buying new but I sense something basically Its wrong to be using up the earths resources and throwing them away as fast as possible so we can make new ones because our economy depends on WUGUESSIHESTREFELT ABOUT James Kilpatrick Stripping the Bible of gender is senseless ift AI 1 It probably is a waste of energy and indignation to denounce the latest effort to castrate the Holy but vandalism of this magnitude ought not to go The National Council of Churches is out to take the sex out of the In the name of what is the council up to now This particular piece of desecration is a 112page Inclusive Language Lectionary intended for use in Presbyterian nd Roman Catholic A lection is a liturgical lesson for a particular Passages come from both the Old and the New The councils purpose is to rewrite these passages so as to eliminate references to or as an to spread the gender Thus Jesus no longer would bt identified as the son of but rather as ths child of In this egalitarian it is God the Father and The word king gives way to and kingdom yields to No longer is a promise made to Abraham and his but rather to Abraham and Sarah and their Up to a it is possible to be sympathetic toward the aim of these misguided In recent years most of us in the writing business have become sensitive to feminist complaints against sexism in the English There is something to be said for the argument that such terms as manpower and man hours tend to denigrate the value of womens role in the When it is possible to avoid offense by eliminating pronouns of it is a fair and prudent thing to do But the rewriting urged by the National Council of Churches is in One example will In Matthews account of the Last Jesus announces that he is about to be and the apostles is it I The King James version continues And he answered and He that dippeth his hand with me in the the same shall betray The Son o man goeth as it is written of him but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed The Revised Standard Version is virtually the The NCCs new lectionary would put it this way Jesus The one who dipped a hand in the dish with will betray The Human One goes as it is but woe to that person by whom the Human One is betrayed The first trouble with that abominable revision may be stated simply Matthew never wrote it that The Gospels were written in I will not be drawn into an argument about divine inspiration and the word of God theology is off my But I know something of the art of translation and of the respect that is owed to an original It is patent dishonesty it is an act of corruption in the most literal sense to put into the mouth of Matthew words that Matthew did not John never wrote that God so loved the world that God gave Gods only The Greek passage cannot possibly be mistranslated by anyone who sets out to do a faithful The words are not only The words are only The councils recasting is not only dishonest it is the product of an essentially mistaken notion that man is invariably a sexist This is nonsense Only the moat wildly militant feminists believe that Man does not live by bread alone applies to males Who is so blockheadod as to argue that mankind tiHwhe women The NCC reviaers evidently are that Observe the contrived and clumsy translations they have cooked up in this My guess is that nest congregations will reject the councils neutering out of The new lee tionary Is only the nest recent of a score of welMateadsd efforts along the same None of the predecessors has caught and I doubt that Englishspeaking Christians are yet ready to address their prayers to God the Father aad or to God the ChaiipaU Newspapers nationwide react to Marines deaths TNI AttOCIATID PftfSt Is a sample of editorial compiled Tuesday about the sets assr tofbjeace our man an have vital We af several aayjtary awvawv IB forces ow lathe are la Tefce tt Is la a and not only the but that of Ronald aVMfM depends on what ha doss to then estricate the Wtoi Hates aad ISM before his Isaseata Lebaaoa lease from Tenet Ow la The administration well knows How well it resolves its dilemma could well determine whether Ronald Reagan succeeds or fails in he City The country waits on Reagan for reassurance and Press With reconciliation dialogue expected to begin soon in there remains hope that the warring factions can at least begin to lower the tensions and move toward a stable AissAMtft aVmer Now is the time for those who have the ability and the will to let all peoples of all nations know that those engaged in the gory business of murdering Americans will not sense any weakness on our Louisville CourierJournal policy goal seems to be that we not be perceived as retreating in the struggle with That sort of like the one that kept us in Vietnam long after the original rationale for our presence had is a prescription for greater SMftff flrryf frrfudfaancaf Con cerns for the marines security may force us to reach the question of whether to expand their rait er to pull then out At the very II should lead tea better defWUen of their sale Ths miriest aid H and the at It to Ireland The ajajtoJi to Qesat mm aBcwttyaaiM he as IBB ato   

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