Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on December 2, 1987 · 47
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Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · 47

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Wednesday, December 2, 1987
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Tucson Citizen 7E US must adjust to world economy Babbitt says t By MARY BENANTI Citizen Wnshmaton Bureau afraid of shaking their standings in the polls and thus refusing to to take a hard line on the economic situation in the country Babbitt said the only way to deal with the federal deficit is cuts in expenditures and Cpx increases But he also refused to say his own place in the polls was caused by his call for tax increases “I’m not talking about the economics of austerity” Babbitt said “I’m talking modest budget cuts equitably done I’m talking modest tax increases equitably apportioned" He said he would take $ 1 00 billion out of the budget in one or two years The first year he would reduce the deficit by at least $40 billion half by cuts and half by raising revenues such as consumption or value-added taxes He would cut another $40 billion to $60 billion the following year but did not specify how' If a value-added tax were seen to fall too heavily on those with less income Babbitt said the income tax rate could be lowered for those in the bottom of the tax str icture foods and medicines could be exemoted or tax breaks could be structured to benefit low-income families To the worker taking home a modest paycheck such a program would mean that there would still be “jobs for his children It will mean economic growth America has set in motion a world revolution - The Cold War is being concluded on its terms” Babbitt termed the moves toward pri vate enterprise in both the Soviet Union and China as signs that economically “Marxism is dead The world is awash in change on our terms” He said Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev is “turning inward” to deal with economic reality and said US leadership could do no less While refusing to predict massive unemployment and bread lines reminiscent of the Depression Babbitt said the prospect of more jobless and homeless people can’t be overlooked in the current economic climate “I’ve never met anybody who’s in favor of taxes” Babbitt said “But what are the alternatives? We are on the brink of the most difficult economic transition of the century” Showing markedly more humor in dealing with the press than he has before jBb-bitt said his falling back in the polls was nothing more than a “wicked conspiracy of the press" But he doggedly refused to say he Was losing or that he should quit Rather Babbitt said his campaign was gaining momentum that 50 percent of the Iowa vote wa undecided He said he has been fuit-ning on too little money for eight mohths but he could continue his campaign in that way until the Iowa primary in February T r “After all all you need is a plane ticketin your hand and the will to get up in the morning” Babbitt said -- WASHINGTON — -Unless the United States takes an active part in the economic revolution it started it’s “on the path to a place in the bleachers of world history” presidential hopeful Bruce Babbitt said yesterday The former Arizona governor reiterated his stand that “the deficit is going to destroy our economic future” at a meeting with the editorial board of USA TODAY and Gannett News Service Babbitt admitted that he is not the frontrunner heading into the February Iowa caucuses One poll showed him with less than 3 percent of the vote He charged his opponents with being Wednesday December 2 1987 Kolbe may oppose deficit-cutting plan By MARK THOMAS SWENSON Citizen Staff Writer Rep Jim ivolbe R-Ariz said yesterday he is inclined to vote against the deficit-reduction plan agreed upon by President Reagan and congressional leaders last month The two-term Republican from southern Arizona said the plan is full of "gimmickry” and fails to makq any real spending cuts while callipg for $9 billion in new taxes this fiscal year Kolbe made his remarks at the Pima County Republican Club’s weekly luncheon In light of Monday’s 7693-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average Kolbe suggested that Reagan and congressional leaders go back to' the negotiating table and agree on further cuts in spending to reduce the federal deficit “I think the market is telling us they are not satisfied” with the agreement reached Nov 20 Kolbe said tamenls Funeral Notices 1 BOURBOUSE Arthur 84 of Tucson died Tuesday December 1 1987 Survived by wife Mariette of Tucson Hubert (Fern) Bourbouse of Tucson grandchildren Janet Diane Cynthia five great-grandchildren sister Lucy Bobrick of Charleroi PA and many nieces and nephews Funeral Mass 11:00 am Thursday December 3 1987 at St Cyril's Catholic Church 4725 E Pima Street Entombment will be at Holy Hope Cemetery Friends may call at EAST LAWN MORTUARY Wednesday from 5:00 to 8:00 pm with a rosary being recited at 7 00 pm COUNTRYMAN Leon A 88 of Tucson Survived by wife Margaret three sons Jean L Richard A and Ronald A three stepsons Laird David and Kim Bradley 10 grandchildren five greatgrandchildren Memorial services Saturday December 5 1987 3:30 pm at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church 1949 E Helen Street Contributions in Mr Countryman’s memory may be sent to the Tucson Elks Extended Care Facility 1900 W Speedway Tucson Arizona 85745 CUNNINGHAM Jean Robinson 74 of Tucson died November 30 1987 after a lengthly illness Mrs Cunningham was born in Ontario Canada and raised in Win-netka IL She attended Car-leton College in MN was active in sports and volunteer work moved to Tucson in 1970 In 1936 sbe married Robert D Cunningham who survives her Also surviving are daughters Lynne (Larry) Lot of Tucson Courtney (Dawn) Teegen of Austin TX son Robert D (Pat) Cunningham III of Gallatin Gateway MT and six grandchildren Private services wl be held Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES AVALON CHAPEL 8090 N Northern (at Magee) DIAZ Joie Jimenez 92 of Tucson passed away November 29 1987 Survived by daughters Encar-nacion Munoz and Erma Ortega both of Tucson sons Jose O Diaz Augustin Y and Fernando Y Diaz all of Tucson Augustin O Diaz of Hermosillo Mexico many beloved grandchildren great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren Visitation will be held Wednesday December 2 from 4:00 to 10:00 pm at TUCSON MORTUARY NORTH CHAPEL 204 S Stone with rosary recited at 7:00 pm Mass will be offered Thursday 9:00 am at Santa Cruz Church Interment will follow at Holy Hope Cemetery b i ' uneral Notices EBBESEN Emille MffS£ to Aarhus Denmark Came to the US in 1912 and resided in Highland Park IL moved to Tucson in 1944 with husband Magnus who preceded her in death in 1966 The memory of this beautiful lady remains with her many nieces and nephews and many dear friends Emilie had been active in Girls'Ranch Eastern Star and Danish Club Remem brances may be made to Square and Compass Crip pled Children’s Clinic 2619 E Broadway Blvd or Art zona School for Death and Blind 1200 W Speedway A memorial service will be held at Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church 1655 N Woodland Avenue Friday December 4 1987 7:00 pm Arrangements by VALLEY FUNERAL HOME FRANKS Michael E 38 of Tucson died November 23 1987 Survived by parents Dr and Mrs M E (Edna) Brantley sister Judith (Lee) Allen brothers Jim (Terri) Franks all of Tucson Maurice Brantley of California two nieces and three uncles Memorial services were held Sunday November 29 with Dr Arthur Whitney officiating Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES Dodge Chapel 1050 N Dodge Blvd (at Speedway) GALA Alice Mae 79 of Port Angeles WA passed away November 30 1987 Pre -ceded in deatb by Dominick Gala Survived by son Edgar Cosqrose of Dubuque IA daughter Mrs Rosemary (Bruce) Moorhead of Port Angeles WA brother Burton Bennett of Tucson AZ eight grandchildren seven great-grandchildren Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Valley Funeral Home Chapel Services at 10:00 am on Thursday at St Cyril’s Catholic Church Burial at Holy Hope Cemetery Arrangements by VALLEY FUNERAL HOME HEATH John S 73 of Tucson died December 1 1987 Survived by son Richard brothers Everette of Tucson Russell of IL sister Caroline Padzaoir granddaughters Debra Jean Ortiz and Terri Lynn Loots all of IL Services and burial In Illinois Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES DODGE CHAPEL 1050 N Dodge MELONE Mare P 66 of Tucson died November 30 1987 Preceded in death by brother Benedict Melone Survived by wife Teresa daughters Christine Hamilton (Rick) and Elsie Velek (Jerry) grandchildren Marc and Jennifer Hamilton and Christopher Velek brothers Joseph of Tucson and John of Chicago also many nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews Mr Melone was an That agreement laid the framework to cut the deficit by $ 76 billion during a two-year period The plan would reduce the rate of growth of defense and domestic spending and would raise $23 billion in new taxes during the two-year span However Kolbe said he thinks Congress will accept the plan but that it won’t satisfy the world’s financial markets “I don’t see the will in Congress or in the president to solve the issue” he said He said he is ready to accept a freeze on domestic and defense spending at 1987 levels along with a cut in cost-of-living adjustments for entitlement programs to help reduce the federal deficit There are members in Congress who are willing to bite the bullet and make real spending cuts he said but they are not in leadership positions Kolbe also repeated when asked that he has “no intention” of run- Funeral Notices 1 active member of the Electrical Union 570 DAV Chapter 18 the American Legion Post 36 and a member of St Joseph's Parish for 33 years Rosary will be recited 7:00 pm Thursday at DALTON’S PALMS MORTUARY 5225 E Speedway Mass will be celebrated 10:30 am Friday at St Joseph’s Church Burial to follow at Holy Hope Cemetery Friends may call 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 9:00 pm Thursday at the mortuary In lieu of Dowers donations may be made to the Tucson Chapter of the American Cancer Association PO Box 12127 Tucson 85732-2127 or Casas De Los Ninos 347 E Speedway Tucson 85705 QUIROZ Mario G 53 of Tucson passed away December 1 1987 Survived by wife Gloria G Quiroz motber Mrs Clementina Quiroz daughters Gloria (Carlos) Vargas Esperanza (Alex) Saucedo Armida (Ronald)' Contreras Sandra (Larry) Clingensmith sons Mario (Cindy) Quiroz Jr Arnold and Andy Quiroz sisters Armida Sheer and Graciela Pena brothers Miguel and Enrique Quiroz also survived by ten grandchildren Visitation will be held Thursday December 3 4:00 to 10:00 pm at TUCSON MORTUARY SOUTH CHAPEL 240 S Stone with rosary recited at 7:00 pm Mass will be offered Friday 9:00 am at SL Augustine’s Cathedral Interment will follow at Holy Hope Cemetery VEST G Mark 60 of San Manuel passed away Monday November 30 1987 Survived by wife Genie brother Charles of Reno OH two daughters Martha Castleberry of Tucson Rebecca Manning of Phoenix four sons Thomas of Farmington NM David of Lake Tahoe CA William of Tucson and James of SL Helena CA one stepdaughter Elaine Newlin of Oracle AZ one stepson David Newlin of El Paso TX seven grandchildren six step-grandchildren and four nieces Judy Ellen Jan and Jean West of Reno OH Memorial services Friday December 4 1987 1:00 pm at the Community Presbyterian Church of San Manuel with the Rev Betty May Seel officiating In lieu of flowers gifts A remembrances may be made to the American Heart Association or the Community Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home Funeral Directors ABBEY HELPS Abbpi FUNERAL CHAPEL 888-1111 HUDGEL'S SWAN FUNERAL Home A Crematory 747-2525 Jim Kolbe ning in a recall election against Republican Gov Evan Mecham next spring Talking with reporters after his speech Kolbe said the subject of Mecham comes up in every conversation he has with anyone in the state In several instances he has been urged by supporters and legislators to run against Mecham but he tells them he is not interested he said Memorials Markers and Lots 9 1 CHOKE CRYPT under market price Qur Lady of the Desert $1400 Call 881-1139 2 CEMETERY LOTS South Lawn $350 each Call 887-0475 2 MAUSOLEUM crypts at South Lawn Both for $2500 or best offer 883-1670 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I’ve lost so much sleep over jtJt'§ not worth it” ' TUC50N UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO ONE-' NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 1 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL- NO 499 Notice Is hereby given that the Purchasing Abent if Tucson Unified School District No One Pima County Arizona win receive up to but not ioter than £0u ptra toed time of the 21st day of Dec 1967 sealed proposals for TO CONDUCT A FINANCIAL 4 COMPUANCg AUDIT OF FINANCIAL TRANSAC I lONoAND ACCOUNTS Specifications for proposals may be obtained from the Tucson Unified School District Purchasing Department 1010 E 10th Street (Fremont Street Entrance) Second Floor Tucson Arizona at 662-2406 4uch proposals shall be opened publicly In the Tucson Unified School District Purchasing Department promptly otter 3:00 pm toed time of the 21st day of Dec t9i7 The name of each offeror and such other relevant Information as necessary shall be publicly reod ' The Governing Board reserves the right to reject erw or aH proposals or any part thereof rf the school difr trlct determines that the rejection Is m th putub Interest The proposals shall be open for public Inspection after contract award The Governing Board of Tucson Unified School District Pima County by Richard McCor-kie Purchasing Agent Published: December 2 1987 " The Arizona Dally Star Tucson Ottzen 3-7-10 kmrted to noncommercial advertising Renjt ais help wanted services or band bo eds do not quality 3 7-10 bmrted to items tor sale sewing tor uq to $10 000 Price each item m the ad Usa your own personal residential phone number anoor address t only 3-7-10 ads may be cancelled when you get results but NO REFUND for eds cancewed early Each additional Ime Over three ime rmmmum only 4b per line per day (plus tax) Business Opportunities 50 BUSINESS sellers! 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