Star Clipper Traer, Iowa
Toledo Still Hoping to Have Permanent War Prisoner Camp
Army Cokfxiel; Inspects Sanitarium Property, Says More Barracks Would Be Needed
TEMPORARY IMPORTATION SCHEME NOW ABANDONED
High Costs Cause Canning Companies to Lose Interest in Italian Labor
All efforts to locate a temporary war prisoner camp in Tama county have been dropped. However, committees are still endeavoring to have government authorities establish a permanent war prisoner camp on the abandoned Indian sanitarium grounds west of Toledo.
The idea of securing temporary help of war prisoners was given up finally Thursday afternoon of last week, following a meeting of Toledo business men and representatives of canning companies. The action follow-.ed definite announcement by the canning company officials that they were no longer interested in prison labor. It was stated on good authority, following the meeting, that the canning interests had turned thumbs down on war prisoner labor because
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