Men of Vision

Listen to William M. Short, president of Seattle's Inglewood Country Club: "We saw it coming months ago. Over in Kirkland (site of the Lake Washington Shipyards, five miles from Inglewood) war workers are sleeping in chicken sheds, in parked cars. We had square yards of space going unused 20 hours out of the day."

Farsighted Inglewood Club members did something about it. They turned their $200,000 clubhouse, surrounded by fine lawns and sweeping fairways, into a dormitory which will house and feed, twice daily, 300 men who pay $12.50 (or $13.50 for a...

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