Cleve Griffin Pardoned
Governor Grants Nineteen Paroles During the Last 20 Days Sterling Has Opened Prison Doors for 180 Convicts AUSTIN, Dec If). —( API- Nine- ♦een Inmates of the Texas penitentiary were recipients of general paroles from Governor R. S. Sterling today. Todav s clemencies mskea s total of ISO general paroles laaued by the governor through proclamations filed with the secretary of state in the pa»t 2(i day» Among thoae freed were. Kd Wells. Walker county, violating prohibition law. two years, convicted in February. 1931. John Henry Allen. I^eon county, burglary, two years ’ served mov* than five months, M T Boyd, Smith county, false entry, four yeari; convicted m Jan- uarv. 1932 John Otts, Young county, violat- mg prohibition law, one year, con- | ; 1 ; j I I vleted in February, 1S#32 J sveli titovall, Jackson county, as »suit te murder, 10 year* BUi2?î2ï: Pr,,K^ coun‘y- vio1*1- ! ing prohibition law, two year», convicted in Fhbruarv, 1932 Herman Hodges, Lamar county, : burglary, two year», convicted In Jsnuarv, l»32. Cleve Griffin, Bills county, mur- ; der. I» vear»; convicted in Oclober, 1936 Raymond H. Honea, Collin county, theft over ISO, two years, convicted in February, 1932. Rradv Gunter, Freestone county, violating prohibition law, ont year; convicted m February, 1932. Kills Finney, Upshur, Harrison and Cnerokee counties, forgery, three years, convicted in December. 1*30. G. T. Gardner, Llrmstone county, forgery of a land title, seven year»; convicted In April, 1930 H C. Wslxer, Young county, murder life mpnsonment , convicted in April. 193d Jeta Ka.’iibln, Panola county, murder M years, convicted m April.