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 yes- 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.