Clipped From The Daily Herald
BOARD GRANTS ONE PAROLE / • SALT LAKE CITY, June 24 <ttE) —The Utah pardons board, in its regular monthly meeting, today had granted only one parole and four terminations of sentences to inmates of the state prison. Sixteen applications for paroles were denied outright, and two other cases were continued until September. Among those denied parole was Wayne N,. Stoker, 27, Salt Lake City •hardware salesman convicted of the last December slaying of his wife, Lorrayne Stoker. Stoker said the .fatal shooting was accidental, accidental, and that he wished to join the U. S. army air corps to rehabilitate rehabilitate himself. A parole was granted to Alfred T. Faerber of Silt Lake City, who. was convicted of causing the death of a Fillmore girl by performing an.illegial operation. Faerber's record, had been "excellent", "excellent", during his 11 years in prison, it was -reported.