Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 AFTER EL CQRTEZ RIFT Hearing Due March 18 On 'Turnkey' Housing Residents of all areas where the Tucson Housing Authoriy plans new "turnkey" public housing construction will be heard March 18 by the City Council. This was decided yesterday by the council at the request of Councilman Hector Morales. The council heard protests last week from residents of El Corez Heights, who are fighting plans for 120 units of housing for low income families near their neighborhood. Morales said, since the El Cortez residents were heard, those living in the other areas affected by the housing plans also should have that right. The housing authority plans lo Mother Registers Son For Draft SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -Mark Campbell, 18, registered his name with the draft Monday. Selba Campbell, his mother, helped sign him in. She is chief clerk of the manpower di vision of the New Mexico Selective Service. Mrs. Campbell said her mother was the draft board clerk for Jack County, Tex., from 1941 to 1947. build 100 apartments for the elderly downtown at N. 5th Avc. and E. Congress St., and 80 apartments for families in the South Park neighborhood. The council gave no indication yesterday of what it plans to do about the El Cortez protests. There are indications, however, the housing authority will go ahead there. with the project near Installment Credit Spurts W A S H I N G T O N (AP) -Buoyed by new loans for automobiles, consumer installment credit rose by another $398 million during January maintaining the accelerated pace which marked the previous two months, the Federal Reserve Board reports. At the same time, the Commerce Department said the value of new construction put in place during January jumped fo a record annual rate of $80 billion. The biggest gains came in industrial buildings. and commercial Hearing Called On Open Housing., Fair Employment The City Council will hold a public hearing March 18 on proposals for open housing and fair employment practices legislation for the city. The council took the step yesterday at the request of Councilman Hector Morales, who said he understood drafts of such laws were nearing completion. The council ordered their preparation last month. Presumably, the ordinances would establish enforcement machinery in the housing and employment areas such as already exists to fight discrimination in public accom- S K Y L I N E R E A L T Y 65OO N. Swan Rd. there is only one SKYLINE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES... The Estates as a community is fully developed with every facility for gracious living. You can own a magnifi- f^7 cent custom home, a lownhouse or C_ invest in a homesite with full confi- ^- dence that there is none finer. 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