Frank Brous has more trouble
a by and Texhorna Club Is Padlocked Temporary Injunction Is Filed Against Three Operators HUGO, Okla. (Special).-—Tex - homa Club, beer and dance hall near Red River, was padlocked Wednesday by Sheriff Cap Duncan, Duncan, after he received a tempo- for is rary injunction' filed by Mac Q. I ty Williamson, attorney general of j Oklahoma. I to The injunction, filed in the j Choctaw County Court clerk's | office, names Frank Brous, JDow | o f (Catfish) R o w e, and Clyde j ij Chambless as defendants, and j « n ; n ; n c tho™ from nnpratini? the enjoins them from operating the place known as Texhoma Club, ordering that it be padlocked until further court order. The three defendants are now nut under $1,000 bonds each on ficers after a raid on the place, July 29. Broiis also po?ted a $500 bond for a liquor sales charge filed in county court.