Clipped From The Evening Independent
Ex-Q.S.U. Student To i o r problems, COLUMBUS (AP) -- A onetime Ohio State university student convicted of killing a fra- jternity brother, is among those '.to be paroled from Ohio Peniton- 't-ary about July 14. : The Pardon and Parole Com- r.iission granted 72 paroles at the ! penitentiary, continued 72 cases " " 1 8 first-year veterinary student, indicted for first-degree murder,! but convicted of second-degree. Authorities said Heer had been drinking and had quarreled his date. He took a .45 caliber automatic ' from the fraternity hcuse, and McKeown, a senior managing editor of the campus newspaper, was sh'ol when he attempted to induce Heer to the weapon. At the time he entered Ohio Penitentiary, Heer p r o m Jrdge John, R. King that he try to make something of his behind prison walls. Edwin Jamrozy, 40, of Toledo, ond-degree murder for the fatal ing a 1959 filling station shooting of Jack T. McKeown, 21, i also will be paroled about icf Norwood, after a homecoming\U. Nelson Berkley was killed 'party Nov. 12, 1949, at the Delta|during the holdup. Jamrozy :Tai" Delta'fraternity house. ibeen serving as a chauffeur tor HEER, AN EX-MARINE and : Gov. Michael V. DiSalle.