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   Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - January 27, 1964, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                January ?7, 1964 The. Albuquerque Tribune C-5 A New Housing Program Bjr WILLIAM STEIF WASHINGTON, Jan." 27 President Johnson today sent a broad, new housing program to Congress with something in It (or American. Over the next four yrars, the program could cost several bil- lion dollars. In message accompanying the proposed -legislation, the president stressed "too many minorities, too many families of low income, too many elder ly. too many rural families and too many military families have not shared" housing boom. in the U.S. These would not be the pro- gram's only beneficiaries. For example: Existing Homes buy- ers would benefit from a pro- posal to lift the ceiling en Fed- eral Housing Administration Insurance from to 000 on single-family homes with comparable Increases for defects" multi-family homes. estate men would >enefit from a plan to subsi- dize annual purchase and re- habilitation by local public igcncles of existing and the leasing of an- other all for low-income tenants. businessmen dls placed by urban renewal would get above moving costs, plus another at year's end if their transplanted bus! nesses couldn't make the grade. Downtown businessmen would get a larger slice of ur ban renewal, because the Pres- ident proposed raising the over-all limit for non-resident- ial projects in cleared slums from 30 to 35 per cent of the billion sought for two years. would have their homes fixed >y the FHA if the builders re- fused to make the repairs.' would get re- lief from the mass-transit bill, noiv halfway Transit Dill of homes which develop "major year Uotlj ClcvU hrough Congress. developers 44 would FKA insurance on pans i.o buy land outside ci ties or to put in streets and utilities, and big developers and public bodies would get grants, loans and loan insur- ance to assure belter plan- ning. States and colleges would get grants to train employes in handling urban develop- ment problems. v-jii------_" 17 nent" money be given for as long as two years when low income and moderate-income people and the elderly are n 'creed from iheir hoir.es by urban renewal or public-hous- ng construction. Cash Payoffs He asked that FHA loan li- mits for fixing up homes be loosened, wilh quick cash pay- offs to the lenders if the loans go sour. This is designed to .pur a notoriously lagging pro. gram. Johnson asked the FHA to twist lenders' arms so as to delay home foreclosures when owners have been hit by job layoffs or illness. For home owners past age would go for the poor and el- derly. The president asked for a Weather Report Tscuaiciri -.____{ a X II a C'.tu ft caj _ PtCMf pi C.dj Clcu __ Celr PICMJ ----------SI il _ tTUEE STATES Cl'lr picwr C.oud The biggest chunk of a i d 60, Johnson asked that t h e -A31.T.OJ1______.____ AElirtlo ._______W Crjcigo .______S3 jteTer---------si EJ riio___. _ 53 M ju ciu a Azfl'.tt .------M __y -----H FHA bo authorized to insure low-interest loans in urban renewal areas to enable; such (ant.--------is {7 new four-year program to householders to bring their build, buy and rent homes up to standard instead units of public housing. He proposed "rent supple-! Si. Louij_______46 Sail TAFf Clly _ M _ __ ____ Eta Glenn Campbell Gets Role in New TV Show Glenn Campbell, who slartedi his Western singing career In Albuquerque, will be featured, male artist on a new television show scheduled for fall release. During an interview at the KRZY Country Spectacular Saturday, Mr. Campbell dis- cussed the show. The title is "Star Route." Host for show Is Rod Cameron. Each will feature the career of Western music artists, Campbell said. "Five lialf- hour shows have already been taped. It is a syndicated show and will go on this he added. The taped shows include the lives of Hank Thompson, George Jones, Leroy Van Dyke, Bill Monroe and Roy Clarke. Campbell and female singer the Laurie Collins will sing the isongs that made the artists Farminglon Woman In Mayor's Race FARMINGTON, Jan. 27 W Mrs. Elva Bales, Farming- Ion businesswoman, is the first woman in this town's his- tory to run for mayor. She also is the first to file for the 1964 Farmington mu- nicipal election April Y. Mrs. Doles is co-owner of a teen-age dress shop with her popular. A recording artist with Capitol Records, Campbell's aiest album'is entitled "12- String Guitar." It will be re- cased in March. The singer left yesterday for an appearance in Toronto, Can- ada. His aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bills, and a sister- n-law, Mrs. Peggy Nunley ive here. Albuquerque. She andj her husband, also a co-partner in a furniture store, moved to Farminglon in 1956 from Al- buquerque. She is a past president o! the Farminglon AHrusa Club, AFGE Is Planning To Meet Tonight American Federation o Jovernment Employes wil brother, Arnold Johnson, of hold its January meeting a tonight in the Hospitality Room of First National Banfc Building East. They will discuss' an ex elusive recognition contrac which will be handled withii the next few weeks. Are Charged In Bank Theft CHIHUAHUA CITY, Mex- co, Jan. 27 Four men harged with taking rom a Nuevo Casas Grandes ank at gunpoint Thursday to be arrainged here to- ay on charges ranging from legal entry into Mexico to rmed aggression against the Mexican army. The robbers, including three Americans, were captured aft- r a two-hour gun battle with oldiers. One robber was illed and a soldier was wounded in the mountain bat- le. The dead gunman's bodj vas publicly displayed in NU-, ivo Casas Grandes between luarez and Chihuahua City and then buried Saturday aft- er protests from citizens. The dead man was Marcelo Diaz, 27, Hermosillo, Sonora. The other robbers, idenli- ied by police, were Alfredo Vcliz Martin, 53, Morenci, Ariz.; Grcgorio Arvizu Man- riquez, 26, Hayden, Ariz.; Adolfo Pachcco, 28, Cedilla, M.. and Rafael Celeya Johnson, 30, Altar, Sonora. of being forced to sell them. Until Dealh or Sale He asked that repayment of he principal of such loans be icld off until the owner's death or sale of the property, provided the loan didn't ex- ceed three-quarters of t h e home's value. This would help the elderly ceep their homes from deter- orating. Many older persons own mortgage-free homes but iaven'1 enough income to fix them up, The President asked that S1CO million in low-interest loans for fisca! 1965 be ap- proved for new housing for ihe elderly, and that this Ihrce-year-old program, n o H "limited to family be extended to "single elder-] C.ftz 8S Cltu Ceir Cleir Cl 'Four Corners' Crash One of Year's laniest CHICAGO, Jan. 27 (UPI) As might have been ex- pected, the National Safety Council reported that wom- en drivers were involved in two of 1863's zaniest traffic accidents. The mixed up mishaps and others were re- counted in the council's an- nual report on the past year's strangest accidents. The much maligned woman driver, however, was not responsible for either accident. Mrs. Virginia Nichols, St. Charles, 111., was driving on a Michigan expressway when an airplane collided with the rear of her car while making an emergency landing. "My husband will never believe she said. The car of Dawn Wilkin- son, Battle Creek, was damaged in a collision with a. piano, which had slipped from a truck. But it was a man who lost control of a car north- west of Shir-rock, N.M., and sideswiped the monument i marking the "Four Comers" where four state boundaries meet on the Navajo Reser- vation. The car careened through New Mexico and Colorado and came to resl in Utah. Farmingtan Jaycees Honor Three Men FARJIlNGtON, Jan. 27 W Farmington's Junior Cham- ber of Commerce honored two outstanding young men In San Juan .County, and picked the Jaycee boss of the year. 1.1. Charles Brewer, Salva- tion Army officer in charge, received .the Jaycee distin- guished award. Emesi Rothlisberger, who farms at Biwmfield and La Plata, was named outstand- ng young farmer. Marlow Webb, president of Pen-y-Smoak Chevrolet Co., was narr.fd Jayce? boss of the year. Returns to School John Schroer of 2611 Gen. Bradley NE has returned to his studies at the Berklee School of Music in Boston. He was here over the Christmas holidays. .B.F.Goodrich [SHOP ATJ YOUR CONVENIENT B. F, GOODRICH STORE 525 SECOND ST. NW CH 3-5587 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ly persons." SCOTCH SUPIR MARKET OF oar CLEANING ANY GARMENT PRESSED ONLY 19c -B EXCEPT DRESSES WKIN CtfANEO IK COIN-OP MACHINES 5 BH SCOTCH CLEANERS WYOMING 0 CONSTITUTION f 3 1120 SAN MATIO J.E. ALLOY COATED MUFFLERS All Fords, Chevy's Plymourhs The MONEY SERVICE You're Sura To Like! So Fast I The cash you ntti eanbt In your almost >t loon as you ask for It. DELCO SHOCK ABSORBERS S98 Instollotlon COMPLETE BRAKE REL1NE BONDED HEAT RE- SISTANT LININGS. ADD BRAKE FLUID AND ADJUST. FRONT END ALIGNMENT CASTER CAMBER. 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We tickled pink to hear thot some- body wanted oVolkswagen Station Wagon badly enough fo go out and steal one. ll wasn't so long ago thai we practically. couldn't give Ihem away. So when Martin Carlson reported his loss to the police, we took il as a triumph, In its own way, the VW Station Wogon. Is one of the world's bast getawoy cars. You can escape north or south of the border. (The VW engine can't freeze up or boil over because it's cooled by air.) You con go farthe> in a VW than in any police car 124 mpg is our You have 21 windows to spot anyone who's tailing you. And il carries more loot 11632 Ibs.) than the biggest wagon you can steal. Sadly, the whole Iheory blew apart when Mr. Carlson found his VW aban- doned in the very spot he had left it, Maybe everyone isn't ready for it, after all, Not even DOWNTOWN 701 West Dial 243-3701 HEIGHTS 4601 Control East Dial 255-5573 IMPORTED MOTORS, INC. 725 Wyoming Blrrf., N.E. AMhcrst 8-3958 AuthorijtJ Dealer for Volkiwogen and PoruKo i   

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