Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
SIXTY-FOUR GONVIGTSTO ASKJERCY W. A. Farr, Youtli Involved Jn Slaying of Girl in '22, Will Seek Commutation SESSION SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 19 Paul Von Bode Will Appeal to Board for Pardon; Sen- teiiced as Aide to Faerber Seven convicted of • homicides, and two convicted of assault to murder sire on the list of inmates of the state prison whose pleas for clemency are scheduled to be presented to the state board of pardons at its November session Saturday, November 19, at the prison. Including three continued continued cases, 04 cases are set for hear ing. W. A. Farr, Salt Lake county youth •whose wild orgy of crime with Rex Aylett, one night in the fall of 1922 resulted in the slaying of Roylance Fitzgerald, who was riding in a car with her fiance, asks for commutation of his sendee of life imprisonment A similar petition from Ay.lett, who also asked for parole, was denied by the board earlier this year. •H. H. McCoy, serving since Decem ber, 1924, for the unprovoked shoot ing of Hoy Heath, Salt Lake business Than, after McCoy, with Archie WH cox, had robbed a Davis county bank likewise asks for commutation of a Sentenco of life imprisonment. Yon Bode Asks Pardon More recent was the crime of sec end degree murder for which Pau' Von Bodo has been serving sentence of. fifteen years, beginning March.2i last. He was assistant to Alfred T Faerber and Mrs. Faerber in the per formance of an illegal operation ir> which the patient died. Van Bode nsks for pardon.