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Sunday, March 21, 1

976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Sunday, March 21, 1 976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five

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The pharmacist: Catering cures

for the

tired and

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By LOIS JOSIMOVICH Kreye notes, shrugging his here, I guess"), and in 1960 smoothly into his native lan-
shoulders at the suggestion that took charge of the Apothe-,guage.
"HAVE YOU EVER heard of overuse of the depressant might cary.
the Pied Piper of Hame- be a problem around the Uni-IN HIS ALCOVE above the
lin?" asks Fred Kreye. versity. QIXTEEN YEARS LATER, the rest of the store he can see,
The question arouses visions graying Kreye has a solid past rows of wine bottles and
of a dreamy-eyed figure moving "WELL, YOU KNOW, people core of faithful customers as stacks of pantyhose, the people
toward a river bank, flute in are under pressure a lot," well as the more transitory passing on the street. But oth-,
hand, driving the rats of a dis- he says. "They resort to some- student clientele. Often lively er than that, Kreye is isolatedi
ease-ridden town into the water. thing that's traditional." greetings are exchanged be- in his quiet corner, where neati
According to the pharmacist, tween the white-coated proprie- shelves of multicolored pill and
"That's where I come from, the most popular items on his tor and his customer-friends. medicine bottles reach the ceil-
says the pharmacist, shattering inventory are tetracycline and ing.
the thought. His eyes gleam other dermatological prepara- Iskc
gently behind a pair of half- tions. Contraceptives are also I like to be a small bjoy A skylight in the corner, parti-
oval glasses that sat at the end "big business," as well as his nessman,, he says. <I enjoy ally obscured by a large ivy
of his nose- "bi sess," st el rsmhi the feeling of a small business plant, sends darts of light danc-
Kof y h nose. t n o w" seial "tucaffene in it. where you get to know your ing on some huge old apothe-,
Kreye has something in com-jd,"wtexrcafieni. customers.cr arfledwt1bu n
rnonwit th leenday Gr- <<cary jars, filled with blue and
mon with the legendary Ger- "We have a lot of young cli- red liquids. An old pair of scales
man ier Owner and manappr er...t " .__. 4" 'I .

do now instead of mixing drugsi
as he would prefer.
"PHARMACY has changed,'
you know, when I first
started, we made almost every-
thing, and this is what I en-:
joy," he says.
"We made extractions, tinc-
tures, ointments - it's fascin-'
ating-" He smiles, and a gold
filling flashes somewhere.

to get involved with people's
problems, I just like drugs and
medicines."
Kreye the pharmacist has his
own views on remedies, as
might be expected. "I'm against
taking drugs unless you're really
sick," he says. "But people if
they don't feel good, they just
want to take something. If you
wake up in the morning with
a headache, what are you go-
inat do affa fn the ret

"But now, see, now, phar- f the
macists today are more patient of
oriented (they're interested in) L.
drug interaction, wrong combin- OS
ations and so on - I don't like writer.
- -

ao, suI erf orin e rest
day?"
Josimovich is a Daily staff

1141 1 L. VLC LgI~IMC
of the Village Apothecary on
South University, he dispenses
drugs to the sick of Ann Arbor
with brisk pleasantness. Stu-
dents buy caffeine tablets to
make it through another night
with their textbooks. Senior citi-

entele here," he explains. "For1
a while we just had students,
and that hurts in the summer-
time, we'd starve in the sum-
mertime.
"I changed that, tried to get
some steady customers over
the years."

"It's a personal friendship contrasts with a sophisticated
with your customers," he con- metric and apothecary (grains)!
tinues. "When you've got these weight system on the gleaming
big chain stores, it's impersonal. sink behind piles of beakers and
I think it's good for the econo- graduated cylinders.
my when you get a lot of small "We still mix things, mainly
proprietorships, because you get frWertlixtsad airly
whole families involved,' it gives;for"dermatologists and for oph-

zens worries
beats purcha
pills. Profess
their heavy
seek tranquili:
Apothecary re
"Valium is
selling drug

about their heart- Themore
se nitroglycerine 47-year-old Kreye came stability."
sors, because of to Ann Arbor in 1950 to attend;
work schedules the University's pharmacy But whether a buyer is friend
zers. They are all school. After a two-year stint or stranger, Kreye handles the
egulars. in the army during the Korean order with the same efficient
War, he finally graduated in helpfulness. At one point a
the number one 1956. He married an Ann Arbor German called in a prescription
in the country,", woman ("that's why I stayed! order, and the druggist went

thalmologists, says Kreye, add-I
ing that most drugs now are!
bought ready-made.
From his childhood on, he
says, "I was fascinated with
chemicals, you - know, mixing
things," and he resents the4
amount of bookkeeping he must'

SUNDAY at HILLEL
MARCH 21
11:00 A.M.-BRUNCH-$1.00
Speaker-RABBI RALPH MACKLEN BURGER-Temple
Bethemeth
TOPIC: "The Jewish Christian Experiment in Ann
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12:30-Israeli Dancing
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7:00 P.M.-Movie "His Land"
DISCUSSION-FREE
All at 1429 Hill St.

Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY

Pharmacist Fred

Kreve
rye

Hearst triak A

captivating melodrama

(Continued from Page 3) of the stuff from which great ; my hands. He grabbed my head store. She did know of one pro- amendment, a different Patty
have weathered it all much trivia questions are made. 'when I tried to look at him and test which had occured while has emerged.
more gracefully. He seems These mundane procedures pro-; put it down. I was blindfolded she was in junior college, but By instructing his client to re-
loose as he chats with report-!'vide' an appropriate forum for and gagged. I bit on the gag so she had forgotten what was be- fuse to answer some 42 ques-
ers, and he even has the peace- Browning's courtroom skills, it couldn't be put in as far as ing protested, and had gone to tions, the theatrical Bailey has
of-mind to reprimand one of his for his style is plodding and dif- they wanted." classes anyway. She went with taken a calculated gamble. He{
Examiner staffers. It s e e m s fused, his voice monotonous, in And the quiet narrative con- her mother to buy china after suspected that details of;
that the guy's necktie has num- fatal contrast with his adver- tinues: "I was up on my feet her engagement was announc- Hearst's "urban guerrilla" exist-
erous strange patterns on it, ,sary across the room. On this, being taken out. I was scream-' ed. Her daily routine in Berke- ence after the core of the SLA
each of which, upon closer in- day, the prosecution rests. And ,ing. They struck me in the facer ley was to get up, go to classes, perished in a blazing shoot-out
spection, says "fuck you." The it rests not with a bang but ' with a rifle butt on the left j walk home, take a nap, cook, with the Los Angeles police in
boss does not appreciate t h e with a whimper. cheek. I lost consciousness." study, watch T.V. She and Stev- May, 1974, might irreparably'
joke. Bailey's attitude toward this en "didn't go out to parties damage his case. So much so,
trial may be gleaned from theT' T IS A tribute to Bailey's ar- , hardly at all." All in all, t h e that he advised her not to re-
PATTY HEARST'S appearance way he sits as he listens to the tistry that his questioning bored housewife long before 'spond-in defiance of the court.
may well be her best de- !testimony. Rocking back and , of Hearst manages to impart her time . But Bailey also ran the very
fense. Much of this has, of forth in a noticeably squeaky new horror to an old story - The jury is to decide, then, possible risk of antagonizing the
course, been carefully orches- chair, feet poised on the v e r y the elements of which, togeth- between two theories of incapa- -
trated by Bailey, as the press edge of the defense table, he er, "brainwashed" her. And to city. If the jury doesn't buy the
has been quick to point out. manifests a confidence border- further underline this conten- first one - that Hearst w a s PLATIGNLiM ITALIC SET
Just as there was a "new" Nix- ing on contempt for everything tion, both his questions and his brainwashed a la Korean War
on, there is now a "new" and everyone except his collea- style are harsh and relentless, P.o.W. - it will look upon her Conrains a foutain pen
Hearst -- the third model gues and his client. Cocky, sar- designed to break her down in- as so ideologically helpless, so -t7talie nis, and nstructon
change in two years. An outfit donic, cynical, wry, he harang- to an emotional pulp, to pre- malleable, that she is to be nmanua( af(ftronfy oo...
from Saks or I. Magnin can ' ues the prosecution witnesses sent in compelling and contem- pitied rather than prosecuted. At art natrsia( 5en siops
do wonders in removing the and barely tolerates the judge. poraneous fashion the devasta- ,
last vestiges of Tania in Pa-' arcaHas ae h ting results of a devastating ex- WJ/HETHER EITHER of these co[ .bo stOres. . .CrSCen
tricia Hearst. And as a result, Patricia Hearst takes th dperience. explanations is correct is cfi(c to'?enraiC Corp.,132
fashion editors have now join- gtans sel othe na e Bnd pei eB problematical. Brainwashing is West 22 St. N.y, N.Y. 10011
ed the lawyers, gossip column- gie heryrtnae e l acTe e t il e s rgF an unfamiliar concept in t h e Ad'5c cents frfiamf
iss n te sotdpnisjust like everyone else. The1 the familiar sound and fury of AddsEcetsfo fiadfnU.
ists, and other assorted pundits'cspectators' seats afford an in- his client'saahe is making courtroom. And Hearst's subse-
in commenting on each day's padequate view o fthe witness. another int saa h is maknaiuent behavior suggests that
proceedings.adqaeve oftewtesanhr point: that this is a tale she is not quite so dumb. In .- ..
Veteran observers know enough told by an idiot. The whole she'i n 's cros-examin- --
Along witht his Haldemanes- to bring opera glasses and a thrust of his questioning is an wfitld Brown scross-examn a-
que techniques of image-mak- few of them are circulating. assault on Hearst's intelligence. ion with cld tdifference ffdt STUDENT DISCOUNT
ing, Bailey gets some important Hearst's appearance is still It is designed to make her look in repeatedly taking the fifth
help from Patty, who sits spectre-like, and as she speaks as bland, as apolitical, as im- ! AN OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
across from her family and the sound is no different from pressionable as possible. S h e Mdwest's Lorgest Selection of Commemorative
throws shy little smiles at the breathy voice immortalized, used to work at a department Euronean Charters OF THE
them. She looks both fragile when those tapes were played n hr sAmerican Revolution

12 jurors with such rash, bold
tactics. And concrete evidence-
of which there is precious little-
notwithstanding, Hearst's fate
ultimately rests in the hands and'
minds of the 12. With the out-
come hanging on such ten-ious,
ill-defined points as "brainwash-
ing" and conflicting expert psy-
chiatric testimony, emotion may
weigh heavily once the juror*
begin their private deliberations.

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and ashen. Perhaps her attorn- again and again.
ey is responsible for the bright'j "I screamed," she says re-
red fingernails, which further counting the incidents of Feb. 4,
accentuate her pale coloring, 1974 when she confronted th e'
and give her an old-fashioned, SLA members for the first time
tawdry cheerleader glamor. as they came crashing through
the door of the apartment she:I
PROSECUTOR James Brown- shared with Steven Weed. "She
ing takes up most of the'(Angela Atwood) put a pistol in:
morning with his various evi- my face and said to be quiet
dentiary motions. It is already . . . She put me on the floor of j
clear that Browning is built the kitchen. William Harris tied

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LECTURES Given By
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Israeli Jurist, Journalist, Leading TV Person-
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University, and Member of the Editorial Board

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