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Darby Acquitted on All Charges (CwHnutd fr«m P«t* I) him to wttch for *om« mall, horn* wu b u r n · d to the «nd a day later, Darby tald, ground." he received a religious tract When Wolf left, Darby said, to which « «tatement about fall." he immediately dictated an deth was underscored. Darby described putting the account of the episode to his · Uarb y wa » dosing up for g un back in hl$ pocket and secretary while it was fresh the day on Sept. 2 when Wolf calling for someone to get in his memory. came U P to Km outside th« police, when Wolf, lying in Next, Darby testified, a man £ rm ""* defenda nt continued. « gutter, said: "Get me a In Greencastle telephoned him «TM , y qus j ed WoU " ia y m f! doctor, I'm dying." and a s k e d " when Darby .....! TM.,,!°, Ing to . get y° u and On cross examination by didn't itop. I fired a »econd Wolf i«ld, he WM liked by Urn* to keep him from getting an unidentified perton to aik my wife. 1 law the figure Darby to call a Greencastle man who was trying to contact him. He did so, "and that was the extent of our conversation." On Sept. 2, Wolf said, he was walking flown West An- shot. Wolf explained his refusal to give a statement t o Hagerstown police w b i hospitalized by his desire to confer first with his parole officer In Baltimore. He denied having threatened Darby. Darby was not seriously te, the testimony continued, struck hlm tw *ce, knocking off erty and on days when he whereupon t h e Greencastle n ' s Bosses and felling him transfers sums of money. man said: "Keep looking back, TM hlle delivering a series of Mrs. Darby described hear- keep looking over your shoul- ,, fou .f. » ve . ° r six" blows on ing two ,h 0 tg fired one day der." Darby called state po- the back of the head and neck - as she stood outside her home, " r tried to crawl under a car . D " r by testified. "Then I suddenly realized I had a f u n , ln , myT hlp pocket - Un£or i una .{ e Y' r . was lying on it. T rolled and got the gun out. lice and the state's attorney to describe the threats. Later, Darby testified, he received several other calls telling him to "pay the premium" and he would have no trouble. Another call told J^rafe. 1 f\ and expressed certainty that the bullets struck "very close by." Mrs. Evelyn Hastings, Big p 0 oi, who was working for the Dar bys one day in June, At this point, Darby said, described a mysterious visitor Hunger Conference Adopts Priorities for U.S. Action Wolf put one hand to a pocket, who claimed he was taking Darby fired at the middle of pictures of their house for an Wolf's figure, which he had insurance company. S t a t e trouble seeing for lack of his police were called about it, glasses. He didn't know if she said. Wolf was hit as Wolf moved Wolf had an entirely dif- away, he continued. ferent version o£ events while "I hollered 'stop' and he living In Baltimore iin June, By WILLIAM J. WAUGH Associated Prtss Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health ended Thursday with the 3,000 delegates shouting acceptance of a series of priorities to feed America's hungry. A coalition of ethnic groups Iried to keep the session going auditorium stage the ethnic group had dwindled to 20 persons. At the closing session these priorities were accepted by a voice vote: That the President must immediately declare that a national emergency exists and implement programs to feed the lungry; establish a guaranteed cash income of $5,500 for a family

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 05 Dec 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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