Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California on February 18, 1971 · Page 5
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Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California · Page 5

Pomona, California
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Thursday, February 18, 1971
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Defense Gets Linda Kasabian from Vermont for Tate Trial Grilling LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Key State witness Linda Kasabian has been brought back from New Hampshire at the demand of Charles Manson’s lawyer who is determined to grill her again about the Tate murders, it was disclosed Wednesday. Although Manson and three young women already have been convicted, lawyer Irving Kanarek insisted that the district attorney’s office return her for further questioning and the prosecution had no choice but I to comply. The tiny blonde arrived here Monday evening and was expected to take the witness !stand sometime within the next week to be challenged by Kanarek about discrepancies between her account of the killings and testimony brought out since she was excused last July. The trial was in recess Wednesday while jurors moved back to their homes from the I Ambassador Hotel where they have been locked up nightly for the past seven months. Superior Court Judge Charles H. Older Tuesday lifted the sequestration order under which they had been isolated from the outside world. Mrs. Kasabian’s testimony was the basis of the state case. It differed in vital respects from the story that convicted “Family” member Susan At| kins has told in her “confession” on the stand of the killings in the Sharon Tate home. Wyoming Up in Arms Over Proposed Wild Game Farms | Mrs. Kasabian said that Manison sent them to the Tate estate but that she did not know they were going on a mission of murder and that she did not enter the house. Miss Atkins said Manson knew nothing of the killings until much later and that Mrs. Kasabian not only went into the house but was the one who picked it out. Mrs. Kasabian was granted immunity from prosecution in return for her testimony. The three other defense attorneys were opposed to putting Mrs. Kasabian on the stand again. One said she was such a convincing witness that her renewed testimony might backfire their attempt to save Manon from big the open it would annihila- game,” Mrs. son and the women gas chamber. The 12 regular and four alternate jurors trooped out of the Ambassador, laden with suitcases and possessions they had 1 accumulated in their rooms in CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UPI)— controversy in the state Senate “This is the last of The Wyoming Senate is study- than sweeping drug control and ranges. We’re afraid ing a bill to establish farms for a wiretapping bills which have be the swift and total wild game—places where hun-|been passed. ition of our ters could come anytime and' During the past few days, Davis said. ______ shoot animals. -senators have found their desks George Schultz, another Kern- 0f seclusion, including a Opponents of the bill say it I stacked with telegrams from merer resident, also has been gUdar ard a birdcage. They means the annihilation of wild irate citizens. active in fighting the bill. were embraced in the lobby by game in Wyoming. And these One of the more vocal oppo- "We can r, see ® V.lze. ¡husband, wives, children and opponents are growing in nents is Diane Davis, a Kem-mas5acr‘? 0 J/ a,nim'a'^relatives. number—perhaps enough to en- merer, Wyo., housewife and ar- ln *enced a’’eas’ , sai ' Judge Older had admonished is not passed by!tis, . ¡2 ^¡them severe* no, to discuss ’ the case or read any newspaper ’ accounts of the trial or listen to sure the bill the Senate. “There would be no control of Senate passage is all that is 1 hunting—game animals could needed for t<he bill to become be taken in any fashion, in any law. ¡way,” she said. “It would end The measure would permit up a big business- The ranchers establishment of private game j would sell out to the Texas oil- farms where there would be no men.” need for hunting licenses or An amendment has been pass- specific hunting sea-jed in the House providing only: sons—allowing year-round hunt- residents of the state can own other animal listed by the game and fish commission. ing. Rep. Allen Fordyce, a Republican rancher and freshman; legislator, says he sponsored! the measure because he wanted to turn part of his ranch into a game farm. Many similar shooting preserves are operated in other parts of the nation where open the farms. Grizzly Bear Hunt Banned telope. moose, bear and any ^ TV newscasts concern­ ing it. One housewife, Mrs. Victoria K a m p m a n , fainted Tuesday when she was selected to replace a regular juror. She already had been sworn but Older vacated the order and reinstated the original juror who had complained he had to be with his wife and children. Racial Bias Charged in L.A. Housing LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Racial discrimination still exists in the renting and buying of homes in, the Los Angeles area, according to representatives of WPA-Type Jobs Asked DENVER (UPI)—The Colo- the Los Angeles area, according WASHINGTON (UPI) — Spo- public lands for hunting have be- rado House of Representatives to representatives of the State kesmen for the country's county come scarce. Wednesday tentatively ap- F a i r Empolyment Practices governments trooped to Wash- Opponents fear big business proved a bill to ban the hunting Commission. ington today to plead for emer- will buy property and take over of grizzly bears—even though, At a commission hearing gency federal aid to put the big game. Eventually, they say,las far as anyone knows, there Wednesday witnesses said dis- fthe unempioyed to work in public wild animals will die off” from1 aren’t any grizzlies left in the crimination remained rampant service jobs, lack of control over the farms. state. because the commission does They followed by a week a Proponents of the measure The bill was introduced in not have enough investigators, |sjmjiar plea by mayors from 16 say the bill will bring increased hopes the state might import which allows some communities 0j- tbe nation’s largest cities, revenue into the state. some of the huge animals from to set up psychological barriers, jbey asked prompt enact- The bill has created mere neighboring Wyoming. STEAK A LOSSTER 99 Combination AT THE ALL NEW SIZZLING PLATTER 2005 W. Holt Ave., Pomona (at 5 Points Intersection) Served 7 DAYS a week 11 a.m. to 9 p.m 1 _____________________________________________________________________ ¿|P INCLUDES: Choice of Potato and grilled French bread. They also said that some real mem 'of a bill written by Sens, estate agents have found waysGaylord Nelson, D-Wis., and Jato circumvent the laws. cob ^ Javits, R-N. Y., that “We find that discrimination wouid pump $750 million to loc- in housing solely on the basis of al governments this year and race remains widespread,” said up t0 a billion a year for sub- Robert K. Johnson, vice chair- jsequent years, depending on man of the Fair Housing Con- how higb unemployment went, mess of Southern California. Tbe money would be ear- B “For the most part, we find the marked for jobs in health, rec- public sentiment for law and or- reati0n, police, fire and welfare i der does not apply to fair hous- work jhe money would become J ing laws.” available whenever the national { Another hearing was to be unemployment rate rose above held in San Francisco today. 4 5 per cent_ Latest government ^ Commission chairman Pier figures put the rate at 6 per Cherini said a public report cent of the work force. ^ would be made on the findings President Nixon vetoed a public service jobs bill last year, contending it would lock the unemployed into “dead end” WPA type jobs. The emergency triggering mechanism was written into the new bill to overcome this objec- IN MERCHANDISING CERTIFICATES, SP^Q^ÎlKE MONEY IN ANY PARTICIPATING STORE Get your free tickets in participating MlTstores. No purchase required. New winning numbers posted in all stores every Thursday. 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