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Saturday, August 14, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

SatudayAugut 14 197 THEMICHGAN AILYPaaeFiv

K.C. falls prey to
pom pom politics

FBI exhibits official Dunphy
pleads guilty to theft charges

(Continued from Page t) partments, and delegate-wooing (Continued from Page 3) THIS SOURCE called the de- told the FBI "to investigate
corps ranging in age from 6 to machinery including whips in federal grand jury in New cision to grant immunity a rou- whether the Roselli homicide
12 who are supposed to stir up each state delegation to work York. tine development in this type of was the result of his testimony
excitement over Sen. Richard the hotels and convention hall Pottinger is head of the civil investigation. before the committee or to pre-
Schweiker, Reagan's embattled right down to the big balloting rights division which is probing Nevertheless, it was a sign vent future testimony before a
liberal choice for running mate, next Wednesday night. whether FBI agents and offi- that department investigators committee of Congress."
y far, eagn's is themoad- rBehindtsthese complicated ar- cials violated the rights of are almost ready to take their Roselli had testified about his
av centerafunction is ae poitical ox- American citizens by breaking case to the grand jury. The role in a CIA scheme to use
the military with everybody i Reragan has he advantage lworkf into their homes and offices dur- sources said the panel in New organized crime figures to kill
step, while Ford's is still scat- tight shop run by capaign ing the past five years. York will begin considering the Castro. The scheme was never
tered and disorganized, partial- manager John Sears, while Ford THE AGENTS w h o have case later this month, carried out.
ly because of a convention of has a bulkier organization heavy agreed to testify in exchange for In a separate incident, Attor- Havel said Levi authorized
soybean producers kept them with political dignitaries. immunity have direct knowledge ney General Edward Levi late the FBI to enter the case under
from some of their rooms at thelatngtodrdteFIt afdrlsauewhc mks
Crown Center until the weekend. SEARS, 38, IS a Washington of the burglary operation in the last nght ordered the FBI to a federal statute which makes
THE REAGAN communica- lawyer with a long background New York FBI office, depart- investigate w h e t h e r mobster it a crime to obstruct proceed-
ions network has a steady in politics. He was executive ment sources said. John Roselli was murdered as ings before government agen-
atresulteofohishSenatetcommit-nciesiandscongressionalucorn
shuttle of couriers to every ho- director of the 1968 Nixon nom- The investigation is focusing t result on his Senate commit- ies and congressional com-
tel where a state delegation is ination campaign and was a on burglaries conducted against tee testimony on CIA assassin- mittees.
staying, even 60 miles to To- White House counselor briefly. political militants in the New tn plots against Cuban Prime
MiitrFidel Castro. Roselli at one time was known
peka. There even is a private Ford's campaign leadership is York area, including the Social- as the West Coast lieutenant of
commissary so workers won't split between the White House ist Workers Party, the sources LEVI responded to requests Chicago mobster Sam Giancana,
lose time waiting for tables at and the campaign committee. said. from Senate intelligence com- who also was allegedly involved
the rotel dining rooms. The campaign manager is Rog- But investigators also are mittee members that the Jus- in the CIA assassination plots
In addition to these special ers Morton, former cabinet looking into break-ins conducted tice Department take charge of against Castro. Giancana was
frills, both campaigns have the member and national party by FBI agents in a handful of the investigation murdered in June, 1975, shortly
standard convention fixtures - chairman, who replaced Howard other cities, said one knowledge- before he would have been call-
housing operations, transporta- Callaway after a ski resort able source who declined to Justice Department spokes- ed to testify before Senate in-
tion, press offices, research de- scandal. elaborate. man Robert Havel said Levi vestigatiors.
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