The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 11, 1991 · Page 7
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 7

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Friday, October 11, 1991
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Friday, October II. 1991 Tl IE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER NatiotlA-7 TC T Scaled-back highway bill would extend gasoline tax lMlte ATE SURVEY REVEALS: BANK PASSBOOK SAVINGS RATES ARE COMPETITIVE WITH MONEY MARKET FUNDS. A COMPARISON OF SAVINGS OPPORTUNITIES GANNETT NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON Scaling back both a proposed gasoline tax increase and the size of members' pet highway projects, the House Public Works Committee on Thursday unveiled a $151 billion transportation bill. Except for a few changes, the bill is virtually identical to the $153.5 billion version that was sidetracked in August by opposition to a proposed 5t-per-gallon tax increase. One of the projects that could be affected is the proposal to extend Interstate 74 from Cincinnati east to near Portsmouth, where it would link up with a new Interstate 73, which would cut southeastward across Ohio from Toledo. Key changes to the bill would: Abandon the proposed 5t increase in favor of extending for four more years 2.5C of the gasoline tax increase approved last year. Reduce by 30 the money earmarked for more than 450 local projects requested by individual members. Extend to six from five years the length of time covered by the bill. Kept in the bill: Changes in the formula used to distribute federal highway aid to the states so they get back more of the taxes they send to Washington. Greater flexibility, enabling state and local officials to use federal funds where they see the need. BANK REGULAR SAVINGS RATES" T"J 5.0 lywuim 'yff vTff ' 'l 5.0 I 5.25 J 5.0 MOAEV MARKET FUND RATES A A CO. Term limits upheld in Calif. 15.339 HnpMlrlWN'4 4.93 5.25 5.17 L. tindintfs bused n information provided to (ialewa Kederal during itv phone rule survey uf leading Hamilton Count) banks on 10 il. Money market fund rates quoted in the Hull Street Journal. 10 .V9. Hunk rales represent annualized rate of interest. Money market fund rates represent the average of annualized yields and dollar-weigh led portfolio maturities ending lOiVI. Proposition 140, approved by 52 of California voters last November, limits state Assembly members to three two-year terms in office and state senators to two four-year terms, starting with the terms that began this January. Oklahoma and Colorado have similar laws, though neither has been tested in court. Term limits are on the ballot in Washington state and are under consideration in many other states. President Bush also has endorsed them for members of Congress. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO The California Supreme Court on Thursday upheld legislative term limits, bolstering a nationwide anti-incumbent movement and severely wounding the legislature. In a 6-1 ruling, the court said restrictions on legislators' right to seek office and voters' right to elect the candidates of their choice were outweighed by "the state's strong interests in protecting against an entrenched, dynastic legislative bureaucracy." ill tj nV( ----- II' ' ' - ( I 3 -iii! 4'f - " i ' ' 11 ' I t , .!!'!, "! -1 M iptiH.tti- : t J I'l l'l '!' COI Compare Gateway Federal s pcsi)uuu scivinys rate iu ine rates paid by banks and money market funds. Cross over to Gateway, today! "You're Worth More Here." CPCfOO Gateway. Federal SAVINGS BANK ,i,nu litis I i Mfl iff1 mm TrucMoads arriving every weekl 3 HBOTfS OMILV! HBLPlll MamMirer stilpments are arriving weekly ami wfl'm mnnlno out of snaca. We are willlna to sell-out to the bare walls at unheard ol savings to youl Some quantities limited. I cncE i AVAUfAY until miniSTMAS or IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AVAILADLE1 , European stvlina: hiah Dub Camel back 3-pc. living room. Versatile fabric goes with any decor! I f P I fiEE r 1 I . t&s X V I I ' jSt ?h 1 - 'I s M " x- (Original 4' lliS SPIEGEL b ? y tsS-Mf CATALOG f " Yf - 1 1 h kr ; prices v" f c: ' I irlfixr (fV Xv ( LIMITED TIME AT X y CINCINNATI GARDENS If y 70 OFF FALL & WINTER FASHIONS! H Women's Fashions 0 1 Women's Accessories i , 1 Men's Fashions ' Domestics I ;j I 1 All merchandise will be ticketed with I the original catalog prices. Savings will be taken at the register. 1 FIND NEW SELECTIONS EVERY DAY f 1 Here Are Just A Few Examples l Orig.Cat. After 70 off I 1 Price: at the Register: I I Dress 79.90 23.97 1 I Twill Pants 29.90 8.97 I 1 Jacket 44.90 13.47 10 J Not including sales tax. At the Cincinnati Garden Annex KB .Cinclnnatl ; I " 1(7 rf J C L backs. Sofa, chair, loveseat included 5)f5C3)YOUGET CIq) PECES! Black & BiaU Bednoom lustrous black lacquer. Contemporary ( practical with ample storage I quality craftsmanship. Full or queen headboard (frame, mirror I double dresser. Chest Inightstand extra. $ pieces 298 only IMPERIAL EXTRA FIRM POSTURE PLUS FIRM 1 vt-r . Twin $59 ea. pc $24 Twin $24 ea. pc ' Full $29 ea. pc fw. Queen $39 ea. pc " King $39 ea. pc 1 Full $74ea.pc m. Queen $94 ea. pc " King $84 ea. pc MEDICO PEDIC SUPER FIRM POSTURE CIASSIC EXTRA FIRM Twin $39 ea. pc $ A , Twin $64ea. pc 3)LI ' Full $84ea. pc fl fcA Jm Queen $108 ea. pc Full $49 ea. pc 39 Queen $59 ea. pc if- King $59 ea. pc 0 M V King $ 89 ea. pc Am m Twin $74ea. pc ?S 7 MM Pull t Qd nr. POSTURE PROFILE LUXURY FIRM A m a Twin $49 ea. pc 3) Jl II ' Full $59ea.pc TtXr1 Queen $69 ea. pc TT "r- King $69 ea. pc " m 1 1 C nnun tiiH n I King $ 99 ea. pc GCffliffllM aeon ia3nns?iTrii Ie Htmgiif 1 Free Parking, Free Admission! 1 ot un.m cai c inmPMATinM' H3 fi.11-fl47 Onan 9am to lOom Mondav to Saturday. 10 to 6 Sunday, Use cash, Checks, FCBN PRErcRRtU Unarge tfnUjn OrUL 111! wnmnnw... -r j , . ... , I or billing statement, Visa, MasterCard or American Express. All sales are final. 1

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