HOUSING: Home Experiment

From a drafty shack with primitive plumbing in a shabby section of Cedartown, Ga., Lee Cantrell, 35, last week joyfully moved his wife and two children into a brand-new modern house. Yet Cantrell, a $2,350-a-year clerk who had been living in the only place he could afford, will pay only $23 a month plus utilities, less rent than he paid for his shack. Reason: the new house is one of 13 newly scattered through Cedartown (pop. 10,000) under the first such Government experiment in the U.S. The results may bring a great change...

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