PETITIONS FOR PAROLES TO BE HEARD BY SUB-COMMITTEE Springfield, 111., Dec. 28.~aP>—• Sub-committees of the state pardon board will conduct hearings Monday Monday at the Jollet, Menard and Pontlac state penitentiaries on parole coses on the board's January docket, it was announced today. In announcing the hearings, the board said the docket Is one of the largest in recent months. It lists 512 applications, including those of eight women, five from Cook county, two from St. Clalr and one from Will, who are In the Dwight state women's reformatory. Hearings in connection with inmates inmates of the Dwight reformatory, and Stateville branch will be hold ut the old prison at Jollet in conjunction conjunction with the Joliet cases, while the Menard and Pontlac hearings will include only inmates of those two prisons, Freeport—Among those making application application for parole is Thos. Rockey, Freeport. who was sentenced to an indeterminate sentence a year ago. Others seeking paroles Indudt 1 Verne Kennedy, Jo Davie.ss county; Marvin Burrught, Clarence Gregory, Harry Heipel, Ogle county. There are also several sentenced sentenced from Winnebago county who have made applications for paroles.