HOUSING: Up-&-Down Projects

Like most other expanding U. S. cities, Fort Wayne, Ind. (Pop.: 115,000) suffers from growing pains.* An up-&-coming industrial community (automotive, agricultural, electrical equipment), its increasing land values have kept some of its poor underhoused, encouraged some of its rich to hold available outlying land for development. Mightily impressed by this contradiction has been William B. Hall, Yaleman, son of President Arthur F. Hall of Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., head of Lincoln's mortgage department. A onetime flying teacher, inventor of a revolving neon sign, 33-year-old Bill Hall is not a...

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