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a not a Condemned Land Valued At 'f Jury Makes Awards On 10.5-Acre Strip A sheriff's condemnation jury Friday afternoon awarded damages totaling $6,000 to owners of 10.37 acres of land needed for road purposes on the Iowa side of. the Bellevue GAR Biidge. The land is needed to complete the east 2.13 miles of road from Highway 275 to the bridge. The Iowa Highway Commission instituted the condemnation proreecl- out!ings in Pottavvattamic County a Hunting"--Sen. to La -Premier "The -buy obtain title to the needed land. The condemnation jury's awards To H. C. Dreyer of Roule 1, Edwart Dreyer of Ashland, Neb., William F. Dreyer of Ferragut. Erma Cody of Route 1, Ethel Dreyer, Ashland, Neb., Lucille Dreyer of Farragut, and J. W. Cody of Route 1, $2,500 for 3 91 acres. Cody as tenant was not awarded any damages. To Albert R, and Freida E E. Enewold of Route 1. for two tracts of land totaling 5.7 acres, 53.000. To Arthur M. and Florence G Enewold of Hastings, two tracts land totaling .92 of an acre, $500. The tenant, Armin Young, Glenwood, was not awarded any damages. Most of the roadway leading from the Belle\ue Bridge on the Iowa side passes through Mills County. Only a small portion of road is in Pottawalfamie Countv. The Highway Commission last month awarded contracts to grndr- the 2.13 miles and for construction of eight culverts.