INSURANCE: Man with a Mission

On 1,170 acres of rolling Ohio farmland, bulldozers last week completed the grading job for a village of 10,000 inhabitants. Contracts were signed for some nine miles of streets, curbs and sewers, and construction crews.were building a pumping station and a million-gallon water tank. Lincoln Village, a $30 million town planned from sidewalks to railroad sidings, was being born.

Lincoln Village is the realization of a ten-year-old dream for Murray Lincoln, 61, dedicated mentor of the U.S. cooperative movement and longtime (1920-48) boss of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, sixth biggest U.S....

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