News Herald Tama, Iowa
•Sanitdnum Suitable^W Permanent Camp—Glidden'
Colonel Glidden of the U.S. Army, who inspected the Indian Sanitorium grounds last Thursday, stated that the sanitorium was suitable for a permanent Italian prisoners' camp.
However, it takes a long1 time to get such a camp and the farm labor committee and Toledo civic groups shouldn't look for it too soon.
He came to the conclusion that the site was not suitable for a temporary camp.
Colonel Glidden is stationed at a! war prisoners' " camp in Missouri, which is now furnishing several hun- I dred' Italians for temporary farm! work in Iowa.---- j
The Indian sanitorium is fully I equipped with beds, kitchen and cook- ! ing utensils, dishes, and has not been j used by the government in many > months. The members of the county ' farm labor committee feel it would i make an excellent war prisoners' camp without c
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