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T. E. Massey v. State

1950.TX.40227; 226 S.W.2D 856, 154 TEX. CRIM. 263

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McCall was the owner of a frame building situated just outside the city limits of the city of Texarkana. Appellant operated Burkhalters Drive-in Cafe in the building, and owned the furniture and fixtures. McCall had leased the building originally to Rice, who assigned the lease to Treadway, who, in turn, assigned to Chapman. Chapman had then assigned the lease to appellant and sold him the furniture and fixtures for $2,000 -- that is, $250 cash and a note for $1,750. Appellant obtained a fire insurance policy on the furniture and fixtures for $2,000, with loss payable to Chapman. Appellant acquired the cafe some time in September, 1948, and endeavored to secure a license to sell beer therein. Being unable to secure the license, he offered to sell to Mrs. Bell, an employee of the cafe, for the same amount and under the same conditions that he had purchased the cafe. Mrs. Bell agreed to buy provided a license to sell beer could be obtained. A license was refused her and the deal was not consummated. Appellant operated the cafe until about the 15th day of October, or four or five days before the fire, at which time he closed up the business, realizing he could not make a success of it without a license to sell beer. At that time he owed the $1,750 to Chapman and a months rent of $50 to McCall. Up until a few days before the cafe was closed, appellant

T. E. Massey v. State
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: Feb 15, 1950
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
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  • Language: English
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