Herald-Journal Clarinda, Iowa
FEDERAL JURY IS READY TO REVIEW PRICE FOR FARMS
Younpark> Phillip Interests Are Settled Out of Court;' ElmeMCini Trial thursday
Cases grovling out of condemnation of lands' for the Clarinda PW camp are being heard in Creston federal court, trial slated to open Thursday morning. Jury was selec- \ ted Tuesday and witnesses from I Clarinda subpoenaed to appear ready to testify.
Four cases are included in the federal hearing, all involving lands southeast of Clarinda which were condemned by the government for use in establishing the prison camp. The Yoiingmark and King-farms, as well as other land of I Phillips and Essie Davison, were I taken over at a government-stipulated price, which amount seemed inadequate to the owners.
Jurors to try the case are: Glen A Carl of Greenfield, Mrs Linda Henderson of Davis City, Mae Gas-ser Patterson of Chariton, Carl F Peterson of Mount Ayr, Mrs Ida Thierman Smith of Corydon, W T Woods of Murray, John Fitch of , Bedfor
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