Oops Harry didn't paroled after all

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Oops Harry didn't paroled after all - be who said, his and was that check tha BOARD...
be who said, his and was that check tha BOARD GRANTS EIGHTPAROLES Ogden Killer Plea Denied As Action On Others Deferred BUTTE. Mont. (AP)--Vic Lindskog, Lindskog, Stanford's grid center, got some of those tough muscles working working in the Montana oil fields. BRITONS ON STRIKE LONDON, Dec. 21 (AP)--Workers (AP)--Workers in a factory turning out uniforms uniforms for the British Tommies struck today because of continued employment of a cutter whom their union expelled on a charge of working too fast. SALT LAKE CITY (AP)--Eight paroles and one sentence termination termination were granted by the state board of pardons Saturday after consideration of 32 applications for clemency. None will become effective effective until after the first of the year. The application of Merle Lindsay, serving life for killing his wife in Ogden. July 27, 1935, was denied. He. has served five years. Action on the application of Fred Noble Endell, Salt Lake City slayer, slayer, was deferred. So was action on the application of Ernest C. Christiansen, former Sevier county treasurer convicted of misuse and embezzlement of county funds. N. J. Bates, Richfield Richfield attorney, told the board Christiansen's Christiansen's difficulty was due to carelessness-and carelessness-and slipshod management, rather than criminal intent. James F. Whalen, sentenced from Weber county for second degree burglary, was released effective March 13, providing Minnesota authorities authorities take him* into custody for prosecution on another charge. Action was deferred on the application application of Fred Wilson, serving- one year in the Weber county jail on an involuntary manslaughter conviction. The board was told Wilson's health may not permit him to serve the full sentence. Further action will be taken in January. The applications of Glen Cude, Charles Martin and Harry E. Davis were denied. All were supported by Ogden residents. f The applications of Jack Moran and Dick Nichols were continued until the March meeting. They were convicted of second degree burglary and were represented by Parley Norseth of Ogden, who appeared appeared also for Lindsay. m% PRACTICAL GIFTS Carving Sets . . · ---- $1.S5 Electric Irons ...... $1.95 up Waffle Irons ...... --$2.89 up Electric Toasters ...... 98 £ up Pyrex Ware Pinking Shears Roasters Sunbeam Siiex Coffee Makers Pocket Knives FREE DELIVERY 350 24th St. Phone 559 ?5 ·R m

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 22 Dec 1940, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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