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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                4A New Braunfelt February Opinions HvraldZeltunf General Manager Robert Edit or James Kilpatrick We all make unforseeable slips in writing A letter is at hand from Jim editor of The Miami giving me a whack on the fingers for writing a sentence that caused him great Speaking of the breakup of the Bell I had written that the happy days of firstclass telephone services were if not at least for the foreseeable In Hamptons foreseeable future is an abominable He has banished it from his editorial pages and uses near future in its I should know better than to argue Jack Anderson with an having been one but permit me to sputter a sputter or I would agree with my brothers premise that foreseeable future is inherently No one can positively unerringly predict events that lie But in ordinary we live constantly in the foreseeable If this were not we scarcely could take out pork chops in the morning to thaw for I am fond of a line fromn Niels the and have quoted it before Prediction is a very difficult he especially when it friends try to rename every entity WASHINGTON Charles the irrepressible director of the Information was discussing high strategy the other day with his 2 Leslie and the former head of French Count Alexandre de It was a most solemn duly chronicled in a 17page transcript intended for official eyes Putting first thing de Marenches brought up the Soviet It should not be called the Soviet he He told Wick the USIA should always say the Soviet Then the problem came up of what to call Soviet Defense Minister Dmitri I dont like the word defense when you are talking about Russians Said de Minister of war asked I was going to say that he would be called the minister of minister of global suggested the That is what he really Speaking of he reminded the USIA policy makers that their agency is responsible for the war of Declared de Marenches I would say that we havent lost the war of havent even fought it what this kind of warfare tells us is dont worry too much about hitting the go in through the eyes and the But the best place to hit the he was in the The USIA shold bear down on Polands food he Lack of food should be associated with communists ideas urged de I think simple things like are absolutely of paramount And if we dont do why do the rest This is I vital Do you agree Lenkowsky quickly I think you are absolutely he Wick later made a comment which can only be classifed as I think you can without bilaterals be he De Marenches got back to The Voice of Americas name should be he I am not sure I would call it the Voice of he Too late interjected an unidentified the count suggested that the VGA be renamed the Voice of Lenkowsky has something to say about the nature of the Soviet ad versary I had a friend who said whenever you want to evaluate Russian you need not only a chess expert but a a fun citonal Despite the perplexity and per versity of the Soviet despite his dissatisfaction with nomen de Marenches thought he saw a light on the One he they will be Russia Unidentified voice You the historical De Marenches The power will Voice We have got to liberate those Three Mile coverup The fivemember Nuclear Regulatory Commission is trying to decide whether to allow the un damaged reactor at Three Mile Island back on Questions of management integrity have sharpened since the facilitys General Public was in dicated last fall on charges of falsifying safety NRC Commissioner James Asselstine directed the agencys general counsel to draw up a list of the integrity questions and then make the list But Chariman Nunsio Palladino quickly vetoed release of the He evern refused to give Arlen a copy of the Asselstine turned over the list to Spector and is trying to persuade fellow commissioners to back public releaser of the So far he has convinced Commissioner Victor The issue daylight or darkness will be resolved by the full commission any day Confidential file Libyan strong man Muammar Quaddafi might well be called the desert considering the numm ber of attempts on his life he has The latest coup plan was blown when an army general was involved in a car In vestigating police found documents in his car that disclosed the whole Sources say executions may already have At the time of the Falklands the Soviets were so eager to win Argentinas friendship that they sent two spy satellites up and relayed information to the rightwing military government in Buenos In telligence sources say the Soviets continued to provide updates on British activities in the Falklands to Argentina at least as late as last Ignore reports that hundreds of Afghan rebels are surrendering to the Sovietbacked Its but its all As the Afghan winter gets really many guerrillas pose as penitents just to get food and shelter until Then they return to their rebel bands when things warm up often bringing valuable intelligence information with Name your volunteer The third annual Presidents Volunteer Action Awards wil be given out at a White House ceremony in May to Americans who have donated their time to worthy There are 10 publicservice and you can get nomination forms from the PVAA at Box DC Deadline for nomination is involves the The difficulties have not prevented men through all ages from having a go at the Our vocabulary is enriched by a dozen verbs My thought is that most of us live our little lives content in the security of a foreseeable I may not live in the Blue Ridge Mountains but at least for the foreseeable future The Democrats may not hold the House but at least Nuclear war may destroy us one of these but at least To be in each instance near future could be substituted for foreseeable but to predict what may happen in the near future is to attempt to foresee We do love to haggle over these On something else Roy Nassau of suggests that all of us who wrote for a living should get straight on the word He writes Im an American by ethnic Jewish by religious I get annoyed when I read such items The candidates hopes for victory depend on the ethnic vote of the blacks and As he quite properly points by definition a Jew is one whose religion is Strictly Jewish is no more an ethnic term than or or I am well aware that Websters permits ethnic group to include a religious but I would adhere to the old idea of ethnics in terms of their national or linguistic Odds and ends The Knoxville Journal reports redundantly a lost cylinder of radioactive Americium is inherently radioactive United Press International has a macabre tale The body of Moises in New Orleans to visit his hospitalized was found in a ditch in rural Jefferson for heavens tells us that at People Express over the past profits have rose A rose is a rose is a as Stein but that rose should have been THE STATE OF THE UNION Washington Today Reagan tries to use education to electionyear advantage By DONALD ROTHBERG AP Political Writer WASHINGTON When his Democratic opponents accuse President Reagan of gutting federal education he will point to his electionyear budget and argue that he proposed the largest education budget in The figures sent to Congress today prove The budget for the Depart ment of Education that Reagan once advocated abolishing is an increase of million over the current The increase reflects two political realities this is a presidential campaign year and the quality of education is an issue Reagan and his opponents hope to use to their ad Thats the way it is with election year Four years Jimmy Carter proposed the largest defense budget in but it didnt prevent can didate Ronald Reagan from accusing the Democratic incumbent of neglecting the nations military The principal Democratic cam paign theme this year is The partys White House contenders are arguing that the Reagan ad ministration has been biased toward the rich at the expense of federal programs designed to help the less fortunate in The new budget enables the president to tell the nation that in this era of high he is com passionate and is holding the line on domestic In particularly sensitive there are As Reagan promised in his State of the Union speech last the proposal for the Environmental Protection Agency is being With unemployment still a poten tially damaging there is an increase in funding for retraining dislocated The Reagan budget attempts to answer the fairness issue with a Department of Health and Human Services request that totals a percent increase over the current Secretary Margaret Heckler says the total is significantly larger than the defense But the Democrats are likely to point out that Hecklers budget is dominated by socalled entitlement which automatically in crease to keep pace with In the administration has opted for basically keeping level the funding of programs it could The presidents defense request of a percent increase over this years spending level without accounting for of fers no no yielding to political pressure and no chance of getting through Congress The Pentagon request is becoming an annual one of those Washington confrontations played out regularly with predictable Each year of his Reagan has asked Congress for far more than even his Republican allies were willing to approve for and this year is unlikely to be an Pete Domenici of New the Republican chairman of the Senate Budget said the defense figure is not going to surprise It is significantly lower than I would have assumed last year but still higher than I think is Your representatives Tom Loeff ler House of Representatives 1212 Longworth House Office Building 20616 John Tower United States Senate Room 142 Russell Building 20610 Lloyd Bantsen United States Senate Room 240 Russell Building 20610 Edmund Kuempel Texas House of Represen tatives Box 2910 Texas 78769 John Traeger Texas Senate Capitol Station Texas 78711 Gov Mark White Governors Off ice Room 200 State Capitol Texas 78701 How Ed Meese Will End Crime In 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