by of the resides Beer Sale Is Held Illegal If Nuisance 1 OKLAHOMA CITY, May 31— (iP)—While sale of beer is lawful, its sale may be enjoined in order to .abate a nuisance, the supreme court ruled. today in. upholding a permanent injunction ' against operation ofg» roadhouse at< Jackson's Jackson's Corner on the highway .between. .between. We woka and Holdenville. The injunction was directed against Harry Sipe, owner of a building in which successive tenants tenants operated a dance hall and sold beer and sandwiches. • Bertha Dale and Lillie Jackson, who lived nearby, complained their peace was disturbed by night-long playing of raucous music and by drunken men and women who annoyed annoyed them by cursing, peering in their windows and tossing empty whisky bottles on their porch. "The fact that it is lawful to sell beer does not prevent an injunction injunction against the sale therefor, if it is necessary to stop the sale in order to abate a nuisance'which it and other circumstances would perpetuate," the court declared. "It is also lawful to sell buttermilk buttermilk and ... to operate cemeteries under express authority for present of the of regulation of statutes .... yet if they are conducted in such a manner manner as to disturb or interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of other people's property they may be abated."