Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Board Grants Clemency for Nine Convicts Pardons Body Unable to Finish Large Docket; to Continue Monday Paroles were granted to nine convicts convicts in the Utah penitentiary Saturday Saturday by the state board of pardons, pardons, 12 others we?e denied and nine more were continued until the June meeting. Due to the large number of applications applications for clemency, 74 in all, the board was unable, to consider every one of them, but will reconvene reconvene at 11 a* m. Monday in the capltol to act upon the remainder. Sentences of two convicts wanted in other states were ordered terminated. terminated. One of them, J. P. Abbott, 35, a former bond broker, will be turned over to California authorities, authorities, who want him for forgery.. The other, Ted Kama, 21, is wanted in Illinois, but probably will be taken into custody by immigration authorities authorities for deportation to Japan, the board was told. Woman's Pica Application of Mrs. Alfred T. Faerber, 77, serving a life t sentence for second degree murder,' was deferred deferred until June. Her daughter, Winifred Evans, Farmington, pleaded pleaded for release of the woman, who, with her husband and Paul Von Bode, both serving life terms, was convicted of illegally operating on a girl, who subsequently died.