J.C. Fast, Jr. parole info, 23 May 1961

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J.C. Fast, Jr. parole info, 23 May 1961 - on be be a Parole Proposed For Life Termer...
on be be a Parole Proposed For Life Termer GRANITE (AP)—Eddie Weaver, 30, serving a life sentence from Okmulgee County for the murder of his wife, was among 30 inmates inmates recommended for parole by the state Pardon and Parole Board Monday. Weaver has been a trusty for most of his prison life. He entered the McAIester penitentiary Jan. 15, 1952 and for the past three years has worked in the warden's home. He has been offered employment in Ada. The board expressed concern for what it termed interference from protestants on paroles. W. J. (Tex) Bynum, Pardon and Parole director, was advised to tell both sides in the J. C. Fast case to halt interfering with efforts to find work program Jn other states for the Muskogee convict. Fast, 54, was convicted in 1937 for the slaying of a Muskogee banker. He has been up for parole parole six times and each time protests protests have been filed by the victim's victim's family and the Oklahoma Bankers Association. Fast is now being treated in the Western State Hospital at Clinton Clinton for a tubercular condition. The board turned down the parole parole requests of five other inmates. in N. an 52 in

Clipped from Miami Daily News-Record23 May 1961, TuePage 12

Miami Daily News-Record (Miami, Oklahoma)23 May 1961, TuePage 12
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