Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Land Colonial- win in dance of Toe clock the a Vlanslattghter Or Murder Charges Loom Over Operation SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 25.--CAP) Â·Myrl Warner, 21, oj Pillmore-, Jtah, died in a hospital here [rom the effects of an alleged operation. Mean while Alfred Faerer, 49; Mary Quinn Faerber, 73, bis wife, and Paul Van Bode, 57, were jail pending investigation of the case. The three were arrested Â«rday shortly after Miss Warner lad been taken to the hospital refer sister, Mrs. Margaret W. Black. Golden Jenkins, 19, was arrested held as a material witness. Officers who investigated the said they found an operating table, physicians' instruments, drugs and iither paraphernalia in a room Faerber residence. County Attorney Matthew Cowley was studying the case today with view to filing manslaughter or murder charges against those held.