Greene Recorder, Dec 17, 1930
j of j COURT NEWS. impressive TM*Â£^' On Monday the jury was im- panelled on the case of C. W. Ray Goodseil in a suit having to do with labor and material, the fendant claims he furnished the j plaintifi. The case was submitted Tuesday afternoon and was settled favor of Coonley with a judgment $51.21 plus the costs. *""' Â· * - Â· On Tuesday, Otto Wilhelm entered j a plea of guilty through an indictment charging him with maintaining a liquor nuisance and was sentenced to three months in jail and given fine of $500. In the case of Kelly vs. Cox first listed in the trial list and was settled before trial.