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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 3, 1975

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December 28 set for

WORKSHOPS in the
CONTROL of
TENSION'and ANXIETY
A one day workshop designed for persons who wish to control tensions and anxieties such as
those associated with "nervousness," muscle cramps, excess smoking or eating, insomnia,
tension headaches, hypertension, fears, phbias, social, uneasiness or lack of personal asser-
tiveness. The workshop is also an excellent introductory package for professionals desiring
exposure to behavioral methods in thisarea.
The workshop includes three units, each two hours in length. Each unit provides discussion
demonstration, practice exercises and written handouts regarding one or more aspects of
self control. Applicants may register for the program units separately, although the program is
designed to provide an integrated and comprehensive experience. Persons wishing to pursue
private counseling with our organization may find the workshop to be an inexpensive intro-
duction to our methods and personnel.
PROGRAM OUTLINE
10:00 a.m. to 12:00-DIRECT MUSCLE RELAXATION SYSTEMS
TRAINING in PROGRESSIVE MUSCLE RELAXATION - exercises and materials
outlining a highly effective self-control system.
EMG -demonstration of electronic biofeedback - use of amplified signals from
muscles to condition relaxation.
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.-COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL METHODS
Exercises, mate.rials and discussion of RATIONAL EMOTIVE THERAPY, and AS-
SERTIVENESS TRAINING: Behavioral systems to approach "rational" behavior and
self-control-Self-change techniques to. eliminate stress from the environment and
other persons.
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.-"EASTERN SYSTEMSkI
A western scientfic analysis of YOGA AND MEDITATIONAL disciplines; evaluation
and comparison with behavioral technolov, training in-actual mind/body practices,
5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.-DISCUSS1ON HOUR
DATE OF NEXT WORKSHOP: Sunday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Midniqht, Thursday, Oct. 9, 1975
COST, $12,00 per Unit--$-0,00 for the Day-LUNCH INCLUDED
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION CALL:
BEHAVIOR SCIENCE SERVICES
524 PACKARD, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48104-PHONE 994-0019

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India moves toward
prohibition policy
NEW DELHI, India (1T) - alcoholism in India.

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The
cost of mailing a letter will go
up to 13 cents on Dec. 28.
The Postal Service announc-
ed yesterday that will be the
effective date of a three-cent
increase in the charge for first-
class letters, with increases
also due in the fees for other

there won't be any advantage
to sending domestic letters via
airmail after Oct. 11, since all
first class mail will be going
by air that date. There will not;
be any new airmail stamp.
THERE will be new 13-cent,
11-cent and 24-cent stamps.

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Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's
government banned drinking in
public yesterday and stecred
India toward total prohibition{
to meet a national goal set in;
the constitution 25 years ago.
The ban was announced on
the 106th birthday of Mohandas
Gandhi, the revered indepen-
dence leader whose Spartan lifes
drew anniversary homage from'
Gandhi, a follower but not rela-
tive of Gandhi.

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categories of mail. Technically, the increases are
temporary since the Postal
ALTOGETHER, the new rates Rate Commission has not yetj
are expected to boost postal acted on them.
revenues by about $2.4 billion
a year. Parcel post rates will be in-
creased by an average of 104
Among the major changes: per cent, a spokesman said.
10 to 13 cents for the first
ounce and 9 to 11 cents for each In addition, fees for such
additional ounce of mail sent services as special delivery and
first class; 7 to 9 cents for a registered mail are expected to
postal card, and 13 to 17 cents go up early in November, and
international mail rates are to
for airmail, be increased shortly after Jan.

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POT-L UCK PICN ICS Gad
FRIDAYS around 6:00 p.m. IN THE most socially signifi-
cant measur snce a nattonal
Come on by to the big, blue house on the corner of Cath- emergency was proclaimed June
erine & Division, two blocks north of Huron, and meet the
folks who live there and those who like to drop by. Bring 26, the government banned con-
some food or drink if you can, but if you can't, don't let |sumption of alcohol in 'otels,
that stop you. There's always enough to go around. Have a restaurants, bars, clubs a:id re-
hicnic with us before you go out for the evenin. ceptions.
TheHousbe isofe afren ,-6 res a throghSundays,sud The purchase of liquor from
orae avco i t detep pe, licensed shops for home con-
orDA S runpustpm.I TE talk.alysinii
Feast of Thanksgiving on Sundays at Noon. Sumption was not banned im
CHAPLAINS: THE REV. ANDREW FOSTER mediately, but a government
THE REV. BRUCE CAMPBELL statement said the program was
designed to prepare the ground
__ oefordik............... dntlt I-mfor the introduction of total pro-
hibition.
FINsD BIG SAVINGS AT TH E V AUL T Prohibition is not linked with
any of India's major repgicase
Tr~cand is purely a social and noli-
sEP tical issue arising from Mhan-
das Gandhi's stand aainst
MAINEorinkintrYetisnofsignifiprnt

In another development, 15
Gandhi disciples gathered at his
shrine in silent 'protest against
the national emergency and
suspension of civil liberties.
POLICE carried off one man
and escorted 11 others away
peacefully after informing them
their meeting was illegal. Three
elderly Gandhians were allowed
to remain at the black marble
memorial.
Two of those led away were
grandsons of Gandhi, relatives
said. One was identified as Zed-
rajmohan Gandhi, who owns a
weekly journal in Bombay, and
the other was Dr. Ramchandra
Gandhi, a lectur.er at Delhi Uni-
versity.
Whatever his followers may
think of the emergency govern-
ment, the move toward prohibi-
tion would have delighted Gan-
dhi, the frail apostle of non-
violence who was assassinated
on Jan. 30, 1948.
HE ONCE said: "I hold drink
to be more damnable than thiev-
i"e a"d nerhans even prostitu-
tion. If I was anoointed dictator
fir o'e hoer for all India, the
first thing I woild do wouid be
to rlose without compensation
all the liouor shops."
The Indian constitution of 1950
listed prohibition as one of the
eiiidingprinciples of state polcy
and remzired the government to
" ndea-or to bring arout prohi-
')itinn of the consumotion except
for meicinal purposes of in-
f--i-tine drinks and of drugs
are ininriohs to health."
P,,- ,st-ind F endence iovern-
- never went so far as to
ri+fre n ntionpl nrohibiti an, pri-
,- be-alse the states have
*"- ti.n. t7 "reliad on liquor tax
r-ono' O'vy two of the cun-
*r-',- 1ztqteQ h'nve rohibition.
11P r eokine rohibition at
-ze. the nvernment said it
am11 "o-tin'ie to license ex-
*-n,doI rrod ntion of alcoholic
bevraees solely for export, pre-
." n- to avoid loss of foreign
ear"Ts from the exoort of the
-rn-trV's famous Bombay gin
,n'~ n1',er beverages.

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