Time Clock, Nov. 30, 1953

SLUM housing may get a boost next year from the $26 billion savings and loan business. The U.S. Savings and Loan League, comprised of 4,100 state and federally chartered savings associations and cooperative banks, wants Congress to pass a law authorizing federally chartered institutions to buy cleared slum land, put up low-cost housing.

TAPE-recorder fans will soon be able to buy hour-long concerts to play on their machines. Webster-Chicago Corp. and Pentron Corp. are planning to market prerecorded tapes of classics, eventually hope to put out two-hour tapes.

AIR France is shooting for the transatlantic luxury trade with a new twelve-hour, nonstop flight...

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