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    What Must Steiger Think?

    Maybe Sam Steiger can appreciate the humor in the current mess at the state parole board. Governor Rose Mofford has fired board member Ron Johnson without pay. Ironically, Steiger tried to do the same thing to Johnson more than a year...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 10, 1989
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    The Less Than Grand Prix

    Why is Mayor Terry Goddard getting away with this ridiculous car race? Did anyone ask you about spending millions in taxpayers' money for this slapdash project. The city has gone on a wartime footing to repave downtown streets, build ga...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 10, 1989
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    Anatomy Of A Crisis - If the Arizona Theatre Company is dying, can anyone survive?

    There is much to be said about the arts in Arizona, and a lot of it isn't kind. Too often, the productions and exhibitions that unfold before Arizonans' eyes pander to a worn-out and pathetic sensibility. It's the sensibility expressed...

    by Deborah Laake on May 10, 1989
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    Shaq and Suns take on Spurs

    Based on my son's growth rate, his pediatrician estimates he'll grow to be about six feet six or seven. This is not wonderful news. When I chose to become a parent, it never occurred to me that I might one day have to buy groceries for a Joll...

    by Michael Burkett on May 10, 1989
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    Power Outage - Is Pinnacle West boss Keith Turley falling out of favor with the company he keeps?

    Charlie Keating and Gary Driggs have fallen. And in a city edgy about the self-destruction of its icons, a question is being posed: Will Keith Turley, the man who pushed the Arizona Public Service utility into real estate and banking with dis...

    by Andy Van De Voorde on May 3, 1989
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    Just Try to Stop the Freeway Speculators and Get Laughed Out of the Legislature

    Want to know why the freeway system is running out of money? Want to know why you're likely to be asked to vote for another tax hike to complete the 230-mile system voters approved in 1985? Well, read this and weep: The right-of-way for ...

    by Jana Bommersbach on May 3, 1989
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    Park 'n' Schlock Feared at Indian School Site

    Is Phoenix's potential "Central Park of the Southwest" going to become just a piece of little-used turf stuck amid yet another gaggle of shiny high-rises? That's what some activists fear is inevitable as an eight-person team starts its...

    by Paul Rubin on May 3, 1989
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    I Liked Lucy

    She was the Queen of Television and we worshiped at her throne. So great was our devotion that some of us even worshiped at her son's throne: In 1953, a company called Moulded Products actually manufactured a Little Ricky potty seat, a multicol...

    by Dewey Webb on May 3, 1989
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    Cheap Shots 05-03-1989

    Great Caesar's ghost! SHOOTER'S WORLD, a giant indoor shooting range that opens May 6 in west Phoenix, proudly proclaims "Armorum securis" as its slogan--which goes to show you that Latin's a deadly language, not a dead one. PENSUS GROUP prexy and gu...

    by Ward Harkavy on May 3, 1989
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    The Victim in Central Park

    The gang rape in Central Park is one of those unspeakably vicious crimes that traumatizes the entire country. The other morning, Donald Trump bought full-page ads in New York's newspapers calling for a renewal of the death penalty ther...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 3, 1989
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    The Suns Are Not A Lock

    Despite excessive cheerleading from the Arizona Republic, the Phoenix Suns are not a lock to win the National Basketball Association championship. They may not even come close. If Fat Lever didn't sustain an injury last Sunday night I would...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 3, 1989
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    And Morton Downey Is Not Locked Up

    Morton Downey Jr. is at the vital center of a fascinating urban mystery. Downey claims he was attacked by skinheads in the men's room of the San Francisco airport. He says they chopped off clumps of his hair and marked his face with swastika...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 3, 1989
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    Birthday Bash

    I used to look forward to my son's birthday, but the event isn't nearly as much fun as it once was. The lad is catching on. First birthdays are the best. One-year-olds have no idea what a birthday is, and no expectations means no disappoint...

    by Michael Burkett on May 3, 1989
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    At War With The IRS

    First of all, you must be lucky. I can never really understand what's happening in a trial merely by reading newspaper accounts. For example, no matter how much I read about Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North's trial, I remain a prisoner...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 3, 1989
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    Events of Deadly Relevance - An armed stand-off at ASU

    Just eight days ago, on April 25, Craig Malmstrom entered an Arizona State University classroom armed with a semi-automatic 9mm pistol. When he confronted three blacks who were giving a presentation to the class, Malmstrom had one bull...

    by Michael Lacey on May 3, 1989
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    Is It Cheap Fuel Or Hazardous Waste?

    In California, it's a hazardous waste, but in Arizona, it's a bargain. It's used oil from industrial plants, car engines and a host of other sources, and it's polluted with an alchemist's nightmare of heavy metals and PCBs. Califor...

    by Howard Fischer on May 3, 1989
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    Oliver North, American Celebrity

    One of these days Oliver North is probably going to be found guilty by that Washington jury. Once the verdict condemning the Marine war hero is reached, the battle to save him will begin in earnest. The outcry against sending No...

    by Tom Fitzpatrick on May 3, 1989
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    How to Eat Mexican Food

    When you see it for the very first time, steaming up from the table in front of you, Mexican food doesn't look like something that was planned. A glop of brownishness sits by itself on this corner of the plate. Something doughy and tubular re...

    by Cap'n Dave on May 3, 1989
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    Good Housekeeping - Jane Hull has her hands full with this brood

    There's an obvious problem when you're known as "the iron lady." Everyone wants to see if you're really as tough as you seem. Or if the title is more about bluster than guts. So far, the first woman speaker of the Arizona House of Repr...

    by Howard Fischer on April 26, 1989
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    Journalist of the Year - ... And the rest of the paper's winners in the Annual Press Club Competition

    For the third year in a row, a New Times writer has been named Arizona's top print journalist. Deborah Laake won the Arizona Press Club's Virg Hill Journalist of the Year Award at the club's annual banquet on Saturday night. Staff writer Terry G...

    on April 26, 1989
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