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Wednesdoy, Mny 18, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wednesday, May 18, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Seven

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Israeli Laboir Party losing Reporter builds Abomb
(Caontinued from Page 3) ing the economy, bringing a because there is no better. I
think we have to change 38 per cent inflation rate under believe they will work for te
government," said Miki control and cleaning tip cor- change."
an, an accountant who ruption in the bureaucracy. Only one major newspaper LONDON P) - The Daily Express reported yesterday that
for Likud. "We have to made an endorsement. The in- an employe assembled all the parts of an atomic bomb except
new people in the govern- Corruption in the Labor par- fluential IHaaretz urged Israelis for the pluotnium explosive to demonstrate that terrorists could
to change things in the ty and its leaders' alleged lax- to vote for Labor or a party dp
ry " ity toward labor strikes, are friendly to it, warning that a do the same.
the two main factors likely to Likud government would "im- "We have designed and built a nuclear device, portable, using
ART FROM the state of hurt the party in yesterday's pose upon us total internation- declassified documents and materials which arc freely available,"
n the Middle East, many election. al isolation." Likud had "no the newspaper reported.
is are deeply concerned Sisi Sagiv, 28, a graduate chance" of winning Western Joseph Rotblat, professor of physics at london University
the country's domestic student, said she voted DMC support for its hardline doc- who worked on the Hiroshima A-bomb it Los Alainos, N. \ex.,
ens. These include chang- "not because it is so good but trines, the daily said. said the Daily Express had shown him a picture of the device
and details of its construction. Ile said he told the paper:
ft "If I was a member of the government and was shown by
to gamble with the lives of thousands of people. I would also be
terrified."

(Continued from Page 1)
judicial if he allowed Barnett
to repat the statement when
the jury returned.
Also testifying' yesterday
were patient Blain's wife, Cora
Lee, and Bonnie Weston, who
was a nursing assistant at the
VA hospital during the summer
of the mysterious breathing
failures.
Cora Lee Blain told the jury
that on the day her husband
suffered his brdathing failure,
she had left the room early,
leaving Barnett and "a littler
nurse" in the room with Blain.
WESTON testified later that
she had seen Perez in Blain's
room "checking his IV tubes"
before the patient stopped
breathing. Weston said that
Perez was alone in the room
with Blain.
Defense attorneys attempted
to impeach the testimony of
both Cora Lee Blain and Nurse
Weston by referring to state-
ments the two had made to the
grand jury last summer. Mrs.
Ban had never told the grand
jury about "a little nurse" be-
ing in the room. Weston had
testified before the grand jury
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that Perez was not alone in
patient Blain's room when she
was seen checking the IV.
By far the most dramatic
witness was Betty Jean Bar-
nett who was not fazed even
when shown that her testimony
yesterday was in direct con-
flict with testimony she made
to the grand jury last sum-
mer. Barnett's voice broke
when she was questioned by
defense attorney Edward Stein
about her late brother.
BUT WHEN Stein asked her
if it was possible that she was
confusing two different days,
the witness quickly regained
composure and said "impossi-
ble!"
When Barnett was asked who
helped refresh her memory

about the events on the day of
the breathing failure the wit-
ness said: "No one! I brought
it back my own self!"
Then Barnett snapped at
Stein. "Have you ever lost
someone who was close? Stein
replied quietly, "Yes, I have."
"From the 29th (of July)
through August (of 1975)" Bar-
nett said, "We went through
mortal hell."
Blain was admitted on July
29 and died August 29.
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