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Wesner Brothers Win In Court Settlement
in W. Wyngarden, today in Nov. and Dorr u r ; two of Brothers Wffl Get $10,650 A Berrien circuit court condemnation commission in a report filed Monday awarded brothers operating a St. Joseph car sales $8,650 in damages from the state highway department for frontage their business lost to Niles avenue widening last year. Another $2,000 went to one of the brothers lor a similar loss from a home lot. Mr. and Mrs. William Wesner of 2720 Niles avenue were awarded $2,000 for six feet lost from their home lot, and they and the Fred Wesners of 2706 Niles avenue share an $8,650 award for a six-foot slice of; frontage taken from Wesner | Brothers auto sales at 2712 Niles avenue. The two awards follow a condemnation trail June 11 and 12 before Berrien Circuit Judge Julian Hughes. The Wesners were represented by St. Joseph Atty. John Ryan. The state highway department was represented by Benton Harbor Atty. Henry Gleiss. ^