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Sunday, October 2,1977 Rochester Queen Lori Morgan, daughter of Mr. and . Mrs. Charles Morgan, Rt. 3, • Rochester, is crowned homecoming queen by last year's queen, Carol Isbell, during drizzly halftime ceremonies at the Rochester-Goshen football game Friday night. (Staff photo) Sale Of Savings Bonds Suspended By Treasury WASHINGTON (UPIi - The Treasury Department Saturday suspended the saie of U.S. Savings Bonds, saying it cannol issue new debt obligations until Congress increases the national debt ceiling. The 1977 debt ceiling was $700 billion, but that expired at 12:(it Sept. 30 when the 1978 fiscal year began. Congress is still working on a replacement. The House has , approved a S773 billion ceiling tor one year and the Senate Friday voted a $752 billion ceiling for six months, but those differences must be resolved before a final bill is sent to the White House. Until the new ceiling is set, the government technically cannot pay its bills or meet payrolls, but in practical terms, lack of a debt ceiling will make little difference if Congress sends a final bill to President Carter within the next two weeks. In the meantime, the Treasury Department said it has no authority to issue bonds. ."In the absence of legislation to increase" the public debt limit, tht government lacks authority to issue new debt obligations," a spokesman said. Until the debt ceiling is raised, the Treasury Department also will be unable' to complete scheduled transactions involving so-called special arbitrage securities which are issued in the refunding of tax exempt bond issues LENON'S MUSIC M 2 S 6th SI PIANOS AND ORGANS SdUS AND SERVICE KIMBALL PIANOS AND ORGANS HAMMOND ORGANS BALDWIN PIANOS r 7534684 h by state and local governments. Previously announced securities auctions of bills on Monday, Oct. 3. and Friday. Oct. 7. and of notes on Wednesday, Oct. 5. will be held as scheduled. Securities' issued to government accounts prior to expiration of the debt ceiling will be used if necessary, the spokesman said. THE CLEANING MIRACLE * BIO-DEGRADABLE * USES FOR BY * PAS CARPET A SPOTS - BATHTUBS STOOLS - LAVATORY * WALL TILE .FLOORS - BAR-B-QUE GRILLS PAINT BRUSHES - AUTOS. . HEAVY GREASE STAINS...PLUS MUCH MORE. "Ready To V»e" BY * PAS AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCAL STORES Alford'i IOA, Argot ' Alt'i Discount, Knox Annlt finer Foods, Motion Brfdgvue Food Marker, Low« Bridge Bnrg*r Dairy, Montlcello Chuck't 212 Bargain Center. Michigan City Country Cupboard, Monon 0 1 M Floor Covering, lucerne • Haulers Super Market. Kewanna • Knebel) Grocery, Star City Mor|orle'« Potpourri, Medaryvllle Melton's Super Market, Royal Center ' Ruitell'i Trading Post, Wlnomoc Seldel's Furniture, winamac Townhouse Beauty Salon, togantport Westfal't Grocery, Reynolds The Ranch, logonsport Wolf Tire t Battery, Logeniport Tyten Country Grocery, Oematte Hlney'i Grocery, Burneftivllle • Buffalo Park Dlfceunt, Buffalo Broken Arrow Campground, Wlnomoc Gearhort Supermarket, Fulton Sklnner'i Grocery, Twelve Mile BLACKWOOD'S SOUTHSIDE GROCE RY 20 1 Burlington Ave. SL/NDAY-MONDAV -—-^ SPEC/ALS Watch For Our Trucklood Boef Solo Cost Nearly $177 Million To Elect Senate, House, President 1 '& ' • \' '•' r ' .' * ~ • . •'.'' •.-•*•••• - . '- > WASHINGTON lUPD - It cosl nearly $177 million lo elect 3 president. 33 senators and 4:H members of the House of Representatives in I97K. according lo studies by the Federal Eleclion.Commisssiom The FEC Saturday relcnsod/1 report showing that candidates for the House spent a tolal of SW).S million on iheir general election campaigns last year. The report completed the FEC's study of campaign spending in the 1976 — marking the first time the -government has made a comprehensive financial 'analysis of both presidential-and-tongressional. •elections. • . , Earlier ! reports showed Senate general elections cost $38.1 million in' 197fi. while' presidential candidates spent S77.8 million total on primaries and the general election. The report on House campaign spending revealed: - Of (he. almost SGI million spent, Democrats put up $32.4 .million. Republicans $28 millions and independents almost/ • tsoo.ooo. . ? , — Winning cost more than losing. -Winners spent $:i8 million — or 62.4 percent of the lotal. Incumbents out-spent challengers — barely — accounting Co;- 50.2 percent of the total. — House candidates received.. $65.7 million in contributions, resulting, in a net surplus although some candidates finished in the-red. Of the total- contributions. S23.G million — just over a third — was in amounts of Sluo or loss. — There were «:i Democrats. 390 Republicans and ;i7 in- dependent and minor party candidates for the House last year. — Campaign contributions to incumbents totaled S35 million —almost twice the $18 million given to their challengers. — Candidates spent almost $2.4 million of Ihcir.own money in Iheir campaigns. Most of that amount - SI.7 million — wa: spent by challengers, and mos of it — $2 million — was speii by losers. — The mast money was spcn in California <Sfi.7 millioni Texas ($4,5 million! and Mcv York State (S4.2 million). Th< least was spent in the District o Columbia (S42.. I AD. GOP Name Change Proposal Tabled NEW ORLEANS <UPIi~ : Republican''leaders found Saturday the' 'question of changing the party's name is an issue almost too'emotional to confront. A proposal by .North Carolina GOP National Committeeman John-East to order a study of a party name-change along with other proposals lo improve the GOP image, was tabled at a meeting of the national party's Rules Review Commill.ee. East made the proposal for a study only, saying mat in many- parts of the South'"it (the name I is a massive burden that we bear." He said in North Carolina "it is just as appropriate that you be anti-Republican as it is that you be a Baptist." But representatives of two parties which have altered the Republican label — Minnesota and the Virgin Islands — saying using words like ^progressive" or "independent" with the Republican name did nol ap- pear to help. Vern Neppl. the Minnesota GOP chairman, said his Independent Republican "elected the least number-of people to office in history" under its new label in 1976. But he noted Republicans have picked up one congressional and several legislative seats in 1977. Melvin Evans, Virgin Islands national commilteeman. said adding "progressive""didn't help" and he did not think the news media would "let us get away with n." But several committet members joined East in saying there would be no harm ir studying a name change alone with other steps that might be taken to change any negative "perception" the voters have oi the Republican party. However. 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