Thursday, October 21, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Proposal A meets
VA nurses detail
(Continued from Page 1) "We
Schrotenbore added that pro- 'ut we
don't have the wmnev,
have to do something to
posal advocates have not spent
much money in Ann Arlbor "be-
cause %people here are well in-
formed and well organized..
We're trvinn to use money rais-
get the attention of the people
of the state," said Moran be-
fore embarking on his.statewide
yIN THE CLOSING weeks of
ed here to organize Detroit,I the campaign, supporters of the
where people know nothing ex-s
cept what they see on TV or referendum have be:ome !n-
hear on the .radio." creasingly worried that the anti-'
Proposal A media blitz may
There is no visible local op have cut into their chances of
position group. The anti-proposal victory. Similar referenda have
A publicity campaign originates been defeated in every other
from a statewide group, Citizenssbenheeate wereyoer
Against Forced Deposits, and state where they were offered,
has its iain thrust in radio and
television advertisements. Back- "Prior to the referendum, a
ers of the bill called the cam- government poll showed 60 to 75
paign "deceptive" and "false," per cent in favor," said a wor-
but Dennis Pajot of Citizens ried Schrotenbore. "The latest
Against Forced Deposits dis- poll showed that we were in the
"We're just trying to get the
(Continued from Page 1) cated Perez in the case when
her post in the intensive care one poisoning victim identified
unit. her as being in the room when
he received the potentially leth-
"THEY (hospital administra- al injection.
tors) asked where I wanted to 0FFICIALLY labeled
work and I said on patient care Fbot
- then they asked when I suspects in March, 1976, both
wanted to work . . . and I said Narciso and Perez said they'
at night. The next thing I were subjected to intensive in-
terrogation by the FBI on sev-
shift paperwork jo," she said. eral occasions.
At one point, she claimed,: "Sometime in September,"
she was pressured to quit her said Perez, 'I was interrogated
job. Her voice breaking at for six hours straight, without
points, Narciso explained "I any breaks."
was called in and told by some Narcisco cited similar such
hospital higher-ups that I sessions, saying in one instance,
should resign. But I said no,
you have no grounds for me to
resign and I am staying until
you have grounds for me to 0
Later the FBI probe impli-;
"even when I'm supposed to be
on duty (as a nurse), they
won't let me leave."
PEREZ SAID she was also
told that she should "admit it
- just say it was a mistake."
In addition, the FBI tried to
play off Perez against Narciso,
trying to get one to incriminate'
the other, the nurses claim.
Told by the FBI that Narciso
had indeed administered the
poison, Perez said she held her
ground. "I said she (Narciso)
wouldn't do that - she's a good
nurse, you better check .your
At the time of her arrest,
Perez said she "could not think
why I was indicted." "I was
not depressed - I did not even
cry - I almost laughed."
Despite their ordeal, the two
women remain confident they
will eventually be exonerated in
"We still believe in the Amer-
ican system of justice," said
Perez. "We believe it will show
us to be innocent."
Two million American sol-
diers went to France during
World War I. Of that number,
53,000 died in combat and an-
other 204,000 were wounded.
facts out to the ;voters before ; fg )
they have to make a choice,"
Pajot contended. "People are
more interested in costs that ff-
fect them directly-the increas- r Ell
ed costs of bottles passed on to AO
SUPPORTERS of Proposal A SKIP
charged that its opponents -
which include bottle and can:
manufacturers, the Teamsters adVA NaW INKLEhv
and the state AFL-CIO-have
spent $3 million to defeat the
referendum, a figure Pajot call- -PLUS-
ed "inflated." He estimated theFre
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