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PAROLE DENIED Continued from Page B-One similar rebuffs, but whether the lesson has been learned, only future board meetings will bo able to tell. Eleven Inmates, two of whom •were sen-ing time for failing to provide for their wives and children, were granted paroles, while 11 applications were denied. Three cases were continued for further Investigation. For the third straight month, not a county jail inmate applied for release. The board in paroling Louis K. Jennings. 36, a truck driver, and Delphus Moon, 36. a steelworker, was specific in its demand thnt they support their families. Employers will be required to deduct the family allotments, just like •withholding taxes, the board has ordered. Moon and Jennings each has been married twice and each is the father of four children. The board paroled three "nonsupportcrs" at the March meeting. What to do with World War II veterans, including some with battle service, is a steadily growing problem with the board. Some six applicants appeared in person to plead their causes, with several admitting that their conduct In the service was bad, while others had performed l.holr duties satisfactorily, Following Is a summary of the board's actions, with names of witnesses, appearing In behalf of the applicants, inclosed within parentheses: Paroles Granted Er\vtn T. Chupman, 2-1, committal from HAH l*ake county, forgery, t'.vu yours rocom- mended by court. 10 months xf rved: ef- fectlvr Nov. i'r,, William f. Kranrr, 20, Halt J-akt, robbery, or.e Vriir nntl three monthft: fttec- tlve June .10. IA. Wilson HouCTiml. attorney. Salt r,aK« City,] Delphaj Moon. 30. Salt Lak«, failure to provide, »lx months nerved: effective May 1. (William L. Bcczloy, attorney and A. C. Hti.-rls. Salt Luke City.) \valter Oatsss. 23, Salt Lake, Krand larceny, one year and nine months served; •ffectlve July 3 loyal H. Richards, 35, Salt Lake, second desree burglary, two years recommended: effective Sept. 11. (Marlon Klch- ard«. brother, Salt Lake Cltv.) Charjen E. Wcstermnn, 2l, Bait f-ake, second drffree burKlary, one ysar and two montns served: effective Oct. 5. (Melvlll Wwt^rmnn. brotrte." and Mra. flrnce IVcfll- •rman. mother. Halt 1-ake City.) Byron Brewer. 23. Weber, uncord dairrfl* Burjclnry. one ypur and nine months srrvcti: pffKiive July 11. (Arthur Brewer, father, Halt Uikr C'lty.) Louis K:. Jcnninzd. 36. Sftlt Lako, failure to provide, thrrr month?* recommended, ftvtn months servni; effective May l, (Mrs. Louis K. Jcnnlng... wife ami Mr*. Joan Do Marco. Salt Laku Cltv.) Walter McKlnley. CIS. Wcbcr, nssmilt with Intent to rob. four yearn and rive month.n *erv«j: effective Nov. 5. Van Welsh Taylor, 35. Mlllard. mtnauU with intent to r;ipe and paroln violation, onf yrar rrcom mended, six yearn and el^ht month/i served; effective Julv 1. (Lnrmzo Tnvlor, rjvtVr. .Salt Lake Cl!y, > MumiH Yhiirra, ]0, Salt Lake, carnal knowlfdfi, "ihort period" recommended,

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 21 Apr 1946, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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