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Saturday, July 22, 1972


Page Seven

Saturday, July 22, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Drug overdose course set Rally for

Beginning Tuesday, a free
overdose aid (OD Aid) course
will be held in Ann Arbor's
People's Ballroom to teach peo-
ple what to do during a drug
overdose when you are afraid
of contacting a doctor or un-
able to reach Drug Help.
Jan Fred of Drug Help, Rick
Moran of Project Adult, and
Art Smith of SOS in Ypsilanti
will teach the course at the
ballroom at 502 E. Washington.
After the first two four-hour
sessions, held Tuesday, July 25,
and Thursday, July 27, students

will receive a certification card
in standard Red Cross First
Three more sessions on Aug.
1, Aug. 3, and Aug. 8 will
show people how to handle bad
trips or oral overdoses. The
sessions will also offer infor-
mation on Quaaludes, alcohol,
heroin and other drugs.
Those who complete these ses-
sions will receive a purple "OD
Aid" patch.
Class size will be limited to
26. To enroll, call Drug Help
at 761-HELP and leave your
name and phone number.

Today there will be a rally on
the Diag at 4:00 p.m. in support
of the Prisoner's Labor Union.
Speakers will include Rain-
bow People's Party member Pun
Plamondon, City Council mem-
ber Nancy Wechsler, and attor-
ney Neil Bush.
The group plans to petition
Gov. William Milliken to order
prison officials to bargain col-
lectively with the union.
For more info, go to the rally.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

Sunday Night
1st in a series of theologically
oriented discussions
The Relevance of the Church
in the World of Today
at the
1421 Hill 8 p.m. 761-1451

Regents OK plan to aid blacks

(Continued from Page1)
minority counseling centers "in
residence halls with the highest
minority student concentra-
In other action yesterday, the
regents approved the following:
* A cutback of one per cent
in all University funds, with the
exception of student aid, will
be enacted for fiscal 1972-73. A
general fund-budget of $132,-
839,489 for the fiscal year was
Salary increases averaging 5.2
per cent for faculty and profes-
sional staff members were ap-
proved. However, because the
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official pubication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear once only,
student organization notices are
not acceptec for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
Music School: Karen McAllister, or-
gan, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
University Players: Shakespeare's
"Love's Labour's Lost," Power Ctr., 8
TV Center Film: "Chin: Society n
Change," WWJ-Tv, Channel 4, noon.
Sch. of Dentistry: Eva Klein, Karo-
linska Inst., Stockholm, Sweden, "The
Interaction of Cell Mediated and Hu-
moral Immunity in Tumor Rejection,"
G378 Dent. Sch., 2 pm.
Music :School: Larry Stewart, bas-
soon doctoral, Sch. of Mus. Recital
Hall, 3 pm.
Audio-Visual Ctr. Films: "Wolves and
the Wolf Man," and others, Aud. 4,
MLB, 7 pm..
Carillon Concert: Rene Vanstreels,
City Carlllonneuer of Hasselt, Belgium,
Burton Memorial Tower, 7 pm.
Music School: Joseph Bauer, piano
doctoral Chamber music, Sch. of Mus.
Recital Hall, 5 pm.
3200 SAB
INTERVIEWING: Action / Peace
Corps / Vista will be on Campus to In-
terview students on Wed., July 26 &
Thurs. July 27, Room 3516 SAB.
1 yr. of work & study based on a kib-
bitz in Israel, mn. age 17, trip leaven
N.Y. in Sept. & returns Aug. 1973,
Tuition: $1100, coupon available in CP
& P for application request.
DIAL 5-6290
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TECHNICOLORO' nFrom Warner Bros..

increases won't take effect un-
til Sept. 1, the increase for the
entire fiscal year is actually
only 4.3 per cent.
" The Regents approved the
transfer of title on equipment
at Willow Run Laboratories,
the site of most of the Univer-
sity's classified research.
The equipment was trans-
ferred to the newly incorporat-
ed Environmental Research In-
stitute of Michigan, as part of
the University's commitment to
transform Willow Run into an
independent lab.
Vice President for Research
A. Geoffrey Norman announced
yesterday that other steps in
the separation process have al-
ready begun. The date of Oct.
31 has tentatively been set as
the official day on which the
labs will become independent.

JULY 25th Yellow
7,8:45h The YSubmarine
10:30 p.m. All you need is love, luv! (Brilliant showing in 35 mm.)

JULY 27th Beaut and The Beast
7 & 9p exquisite and baroque! First campus showing in 35 mm.

7 & 9 p.m.

Women in Love

all showings in AUDITORIUM "A", ANGELL HALL - $1

I, iii

If somebody tells you drug laws
overseas are relaxed, thatlsomebody
is talking through his hat.
If somebody tells you the system
of justice gives you all the rightsnofa
United States citizen in the United
States, that's abunch of baloney.
You should get the facts straight.
The truth is their drug laws are tough.
And they enforce them to the letter.
There's a girl from the United
States sitting in aRome jail right now.
She'll be there for six to ten months
awaiting trial. With no bail. Noteven
a chance for it. If she'sconvicted, it's
a minimum of threeyears. Carrying
stuff across a border, from one
country to another, is asking for
trouble. And you'll get it.
That's their law. And there's no
way around it.
Over 900 United States citizens
are doing time on drug charges in
foreign jails rightnow. And nobody
can get themout. Not family. Or
friends. Or the smartestlawyer in town.
Not the United States government.
If you'ce panninf a visit to
Europe, the Middle East or south of
our own border, check out the
countries. Get the facts. And get them
straight before you leave.
One fact will come ihrough.
Loud and cear.
When you're busted for drugs
over there, you're in for the hassle of
your life.
Sweden. Possession or sale.
up to 19 months and permanent
expulsion from the country.
U. S. Embassy:
Strandvagen 101
Stockholm, Sweden
Tel. 63/05/20
Morocco. Possession 3
cconths to 5 years andcfine.
U.S. Embassy:
43 Ave. Allal Ben Abdellahi
Tel. 30361/62

MOXIOS. Possession, 2to 9
years plus fine. Trafficking, 3 to 10
years plus fine. lilegal importor
export of drugs, 6 to 13 years plus
fine. Persons arrested on drug charges
can expect a minimum of 6to 12
months pre-trial confinement.
U.S. Embassy:
Cor. Danubio and Paseo de Is
305 Colonia Cuauhtemoo
Mexico City, Mexico
Tel. 511-7991
S:a IN.Penalty depen on
quantity of drugs involved.
Less than 500 grams cannabis, fine
and expulsion. More than 500grams.
minimum of 6 years in jail.
U.S. Embassy:
Serrano 75
Madrid, Spain
Tel. 276-3400
kly. Possession: Minimum:#
years and 30,000 lire fine. Maximum'
8 years and 4,000,000 lire fine.
US. Embassy:
Via V. Veneto
119 Rome, Ialy
Tel, 4674
United Kingdom.
Possession, use trafficking: maximum
o years and heavy fine. Possession of
smallcamountcfor personal use usually
punished by a fine or light
imprisonment and expulsion.
U.S. Embassy:
24/31 Grosvenor Square
W. I., London, England
Tel. 499-9000
Netherlands. Posseson,
fine or 6 months in pnson. Traficking,
mnaximum 4 years.
U.S. Embassy:
102 Lane Voorhout
The Halgue. Netherlands
Tl. 62-49-11.

Greece. Possession,i
2 years in jail. Trafficking, m
10 years plus fine.
U.S. Embassy:
91 Vasilissis Sophia's Blvd
Athens, Greece
Tet 712951
GU M.Possessk
sentence or fine. Trafficking,
maximum 3 years plus fine.
U.S. Embassy:
Mehlemer Avenue
53 Bonn-Bad Godeberg
Bonn. Germany
Tel. 02229-1955
Japan. Possession, pr
detention, suspended senten
expulsion. Trafficking, maxi
S years.
ULS. Embassy:
10-5 Akasaka I-Chrome
BMinato-Ku, Tokyo
Tel. 583-7141
b a Possessio
years in prison. Trafficking,
15 year.
U.S. Embassy:
Corniche at ue Aiv
Mreisseh, Beirut, Lebanor
Tel. 240-00
sentence and fine. Traiekm
mnaximum 3 years at hard lal
U.S. Embassy:
43 Duke Street
K2ngsbon. Jamaica
Tel. 26341
France. Possession.
trafficking: prison term of 3
to5 years and fine. Customs
will also levy heavy fine. Mh
3 to 4 months pre-trial confi
U.S. Em bassy:
19, Rue de Franquteville
Paris, France
Tel .Anjou 6440
Israel. Possession.he
1(nd expulsion. Traficking.n
10 years and 5,000 Israeli Epo
71 Hayarkon Street
Tel Aviv Israel
Tel. 561171


S b Iifl Possession,
maximum 2 years or fine up to 30,000
francs. Trafficking, maximum 5 years.
U.S. Embassy:
93/95 Jubilaumsstrasse
Bern, Switzerland
Tel. 43 00 II

on, jail Bahamas. Possession. S
enonths No 1 year.
U.S. Embassy:
Adderly Building
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel. 21181
Canada. Possession, lail
sentence and expulsion. Traickin,
e-trial minimum 7 years, maximum lift.
ce and U.S. Embassy:
mum 100 Wellington StredS
Ottawa, Canada
Tel. 236-2341
Denmark. Possessionfin#
and detention up to 2 years.
U.S. Embaxxy:
n, I to) Dug Hammarxkjolds Alt34
3 to Copenhagen, Denmark
Tel. TR 4505
Tur y Possession, 3 to $
years. Trafiking, 10 years to life.
U.S. Embassy:
I10 Ataturk Blvd.
cn, prison , Ankara. Turkey
I, Tel. 18-62-00
Iran. Possession. 6 months to
3 years. Trafcking, 5 years to death
and fine of 3.000 vials per gram.
25)) Avn.Takci Jamshid
use or Tehran, Iran
months Tel. 820091, 825091
inimum ational Clearinghouse f
inenent. Drug AbusI cnformation.
advertising contributed for the public good
avy fine
unds fine.
mreIn for the hassle

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