Friday, August 18, 1973
THE SUMMER DAILY
/ / Agnew hands ovrer ocuments
(Continued from Page 3) inquiry, Beall said the grand
The vice president also has .de- jury would begin meeting more
nied all allegations against him. than once a week to take testi-
A S K E D W H E N Agnew mony from witnesses. Beall also
might be interviewed, Beall said said he would ask for a three-
only that "the matter of the vice month extension in the term of
president will be carefully re- the grand jury.
viewd." B E A L L notified A g n e w
viewed." through Agnew's attorney early
On whether the vice president this month that the vice presi-
will appear before the special dent was under investigation for
grand jury: "That is Agnew's possible violations of tax, extor-
choice. You'll have to ask his tion, bribery and conspiracy
lawyers." laws. Beall and his ,staff are
In one move to speed up the probing alleged kickbacks and
Bike theft increase
Food for thought
Reporter Sharlan Douglas checks the meat counter in a Sarnia,
Ontario store. Douglas crossed the border to compare meat prices
and found Canadian counters "stocked with almost every cut,
Morbi d wire news
(Continued from Page i)
Licenses are obtained through
the City Clerk at City Hall. Bi-
cycle licenses will also be issued
at the Union Sept. 5, 6, and 7.
Various local cycling and en-
vironmental groups h a v e com-
plained that a single registration
location is inconvenient and un-
fair to people who live far from
the city biulding. They have sug-
gested that more permanent reg-
istration outlets be established,
possibly even at bicycle stores.
BUT REGISTRATION is only
part of the problem, say mem-
bers of the Ann Arbor Bicycle
League. The League describes it-
self as a local "political pressure
group" supporting the interests
of cyclists in city and county
legislation. Unlike other cycling
organizations in the city, the Bi-
cycle League concentrates on the
politics of bicycles, rather than
on rallys and tours.
Members of the League are
critical of the city police, charg-
ing law enforcement personnel
with a lack of concern. "We have
a feeling the police don't take the
problem of bicycle thefts ser-
iously," one member comments.
Others add, "They could give it
a higher priority," and, "They
don't really push."
More specifically, L e a g u e
spokespersons suggested that the
police begin taking theft reports
over the phone and crack down
on non-licensed bikes.
TINSEY INSISTS that the pres-
ent theft reporting p o Ili c y is
necessary: "It is best to come
down to the station to report
thefts so we won't make errors."
A city ordinance prohibiting un-
registered bicycles is on the
books, but Tinsey admits that
enforcement of the ordinance
occurs "not very often."
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Sunday, August 18
Music School: Cimarosa's opera, "The
Secret Marriage," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Suaday, Autust, 19
TV Center: "American Consumer: in-
vesting wisely," wwJ-TV, Channel 4,
Astronomy Open House: Radio-opti-
cal astronomy observatories, N. Terri-
torial Rd., 1.5 mi. west of Dexter-Pinck-
ney Sd., 2-4:30 pm.
Summer tommencement: Hill Aud.,
Music School: Cimarosa's "The secret
Marriage," Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
Monday, August 20
Carillon Recital: Hudson Ladd, carii-
lonneur, Burton Tower, 7 pm.
Music School: Stephen Knight, or-
gan, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
extortion involving politicians and
contractors in Baltimore County
and the state of Maryland.
In another development, sour-
ces close to the investigation
said that a Maryland contractor
who has been a close friend of
Agnew's is becoming the center
of the probe and may be grant-
ed immunity to testify.
Meanwhile, sources close to
the investigation contradicted
Justice Department officials who
said Thursday that there was
nothing unusual in a briefing
given Agnew by Atty. Gen. Elliot
Richardson covering the allega-
tions against the vice president.
THE JUSTICE Department of-
ficials claimed that briefings are
given all potential defendants in
federal investigations and that
the only reason the attorney gen-
eral gave this briefing was be-
cause of the high office of the
Another source disputed that,
saying such briefings are almost
unheard of and speculating that
Agnew got one only because he
was vice president.
"The circumstances involved
the number two man in the
country," thets ou r c e said.
"That's why it was done in this
case. They don't go around tell-
ing people the names of witness-
es against them and what these
witnesses are saying. That
comes in court during the trial."
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BLANCHARD told police Hart-
man had been her tenant for 25
years and they moved to the
south Miami home six months
ago. She said she kept him lock-
ed up so he wouldn't fall in the
When police found Hartman
they said he had a leather belt
tied around his waist with a 10-
foot long rope fastened to it
which was looped around his
neck. There was a leather strap
on his left ankle.
Police said for several months
neighbors had complained about
an old man who ate garbage but
police could never find him.
ABOUT 10 days ago, they said,
a 12-year-old boy heard Hart-
man's cries for help while play-
ing in a nearby wooded area.
They said the boy could hear
Hartman shaking the door and
crying to be let out. The boy told
police he talked to Hartman and
discovered he was hungry. For
several days the boy and a
friend fed Hartman potato chips,
apples and tuna fish sandwiches
which they threw over the fence,
Police said the boys told their
parents about the old man but
"the parents apparently didn't
want to get involved by going in-
to the residence."
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Thinking About Next Steps
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