Arbeiter Trial Shifted A change of venue to Jack son County was granted yes terday at Hillsboro to Joseph Franz Arbeiter, 26 years old, who is charged with murder and sodomy. He has been in the Jefferson County jail since last Sept. 15. Arbeiter, released from the Missouri Penitentiary last Au gust, initially came to public attention in 1963 when he was charged with murder in the stabbing of Mrs. Nancy Zan- one in St. Louis. He was freed twice by Supreme Court rulings. Both current charges are the outgrowth of crimes last Sept. 14 at the Artesian Lounge at Herculaneum. Club operator Louis (Jack) Hasty, 41 years old, was shot to death and a woman companion was sexually molested. The shift of location for trial was granted by Circuit Judge Philip G. Hess. Arbei-ter's attorney, Gary Black of Flat River, introduced testimony intended to show that his client could not get a fair trial in the St. Louis area. Arbeiter was in court for the hearing. He is to be transferred to Kansas City as soon as Sheriff Walter (Buck) Buerger can arrange transportation.