(out Affirms Sentence Of Bank Robber 6eler Stack If UgWH Wins hsmce ROM* "An a r m o r e (I hulldo/or itianned by men of the United States SOist Engineer Com- Jungle Eater puny ilrstrciys a Viet CIIHR jungle hidrnnt near the Cambodian border in Snulli Viet- nam. The 25th Division liasn is loi-alfil at nearby Tay Ninh. AP \YiiTphoto) fayetteville Chessmen Down Russellvllie LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- The . Arkansas Supreme Court today ! affirmed the 12-year prison sentence of Charles Parrott on a charge of robbing a bank at Hartford. The verdict WHS rendered by Circuit Court in Sebastian County. The bank was robbed of $5,000 on Feb. 15, 1968. The high court also affirmed Circuit Court in Miller County in refusing to revoke the beer license of W. L. Lawrence, who was found guilty on two counts of selling beer to minors. The Supreme Court said the Circuit Court had no authority to revoke a beer permit issued by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. However, the high court reversed Judge W H. Arnold III for refusing to assess any fine or imprisonment against Lawrence. In another case, the court : held that T. 0. French was the I rightful owner of a 10 foot wide strip of land adjacent to the east side of U.S. 65 in Bee Branch. The opinion upheld a ruling handed down by Chan- icery Court in Van Buren Coun- Ity. The state Highway Cummis- Lsion had claimed ownership of ' t h e land by virtue of a 1028 county court condemnation and filed suit against French in 1907. The high court also affirmed Circuit Court in Washington County for granting a motion for summary judgment made for two school board members who were charged with slander by a teacher at Greenland The teacher. Rose Marie McClain. had filed the charges against hoard members Glenn Anderson and Bill J. Short. She LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkaniai Supreme Court today held an insurance company to be liable for medical expenses incurred by an individual who as struck by lightning on a golf The Fa\ eUeville Chess C l u h ' n n c - h i i l f iisinfi I In- scurin.U sys defeated the Russcllvillc Chess torn of wins cmmliiiR one point. Club for t h e th year in a H-pia here this weckc rd cunsecuiivc draws counting one-half. Â·IT match held Bill Orton and Frank Thorpe 'The scored Fiiycttex Russclh Otnt-r members playing for had sought $10000 compensa- Kavi-lluville were Dwayne Gib- t"'.v and $2a.OOO pumtive damson. Boh Adkins. Morris Hayes.! ages against each of thcrTL The Glens Falls Group Insurance Co. of Little Rock had sought a reversal from Circuit Court in Jefferson County which had reversed the Pine Bluff Municipal Court in the case. James M. Simpson of Pine Bluff was playing a round of golf at the Roiswood Country Club in 1M7 when it began to rain. 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