Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
R EVIDENCE IN BIVINS SUIT of testimony in the lellum rehearing WAS the or-, or-, [!Â£?'of the morning seton ot the i United States District Court today* ; lHs expected that tho case will Â· excluded, late Wednesday, J: The Bivlns Estate, holding valu- i; able, helium bearing gas sands, is ; rfJjpUlng from an award given i thVIast term of Federal court, in =tvMth - approximately $124,000 was -, determined as the fair value of the gs.riffhUi in condemnation proceedings. proceedings. The Bivlns asked for $350,000 In ; original hearing, and, since have amended their claim to'ishghUy above that amount. The award of $124,000 was made by John E, Hill, \V. T. Coble and W,-J. Morton, sitting as a special board of appraisers. Â·:Ttie Bivlns Interests are represented represented by Underwood, Johnston, Dooley and Simpson, while U n i t ' States District Attorney Norman A. Dodge and Assistant District Attorney/A Attorney/A Jex M. Mood represent Uic government. Attending ths trial ' htf'fe'ttre K-' A. Cattelt. chief cn- gtliQer pt ^he helium division, bureau tfgttirtSnes, at .Washington, nnd H, Kennedy, engineer in charge of natural gas development, of Washington. Washington.