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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, August 7, 1971

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday August 7, 1971

FIRST SHOWING IN U.S.A.
of the official JAPANESE film
HIROSHIMA
a document of atomic bombing
37 minutes, with English commentary. Discussion following.
ADMISSION FREE--Contributions Acceptable
FRIDAY, August 6-6 and 8 p.m.
Multipurpose room, Undergraduate Library, U. of M.
SATURDAY, August 7-1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 p.m.
Pioneer High School, Little Theater
SUNDAY, August 8-First Unitarian Church
1917 Washtenaw Avenue, 8 p.m.
MONDAY, August 9-12, 2, 4, 6 and 8 p.m.
Ann Arbor Public Library
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Octagon House fights
(Continued from Page 3) tion program being offered at
don't know how to grow through Octagon House, which opened,
frustration. 12 weeks ago and is presently
"In this society you learn treating about 74 addicts.
things such as 'if you don't get - Although methadone is one
the chick something's wrong mode of treatment used by the
with you;' so people don't want program, according to Gilmore,
to work through the frustration the most* important method of
and take a pill or shoot heroin treatment is encounter group-
instead, style therapeutic s e s s i o n s in
"Looking at TV ads and drug which addicts learn to under-
usage by the straight culture, stand and deal with their feel-
it's easy to see how people have ings.
broken down inhibitions to put- "We try to get people to let
ting drugs in their body when out some of their hostilities; to
things begin to hurt," he states. really dump some of their
Gilmore expresses a similar 'brown stamps;' to take a look
attitude. "Drugs is only a at some of the things that have
symptom of the problem, the been bothering them."
problem is not drugs, the prob- Octagon House, located at the
lem is certainly individualistic," intersection of Washtenaw Ave.
he adds. and Platt Rd., is one part of an
The view that the heroin eventual comprehensive drug
problem is largely one of indi- program planned by the Wash-
viduals struggling with pain is
central to the kind of treat-
ment the hard drug rehabilita- N ational, s
APPLEROSE

heroin use
tenaw C o u n t y Mental Health
Board.
It is hoped that the program
will include out-patient rehabil-
itation centers in central Ann
Arbor and Ypsilanti and a live-
in residency type program with-
in a year.
Lampe emphasizes that drug
education and drug rehabilita-
tion programs are limited "pre-
vention models."
"There are few jobs, there is
little in the way of youth culture
activities - something in which
those frustrations out of which
drug problems arise can be
vented."
With the idea of creating
such activities the Ann Arbor
Tribal Council is presently plan-
ning a 'Community Center for
crafts and other kinds of
activities.
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eContinued from Page 1)
weekly paycheck was $5.77 above
a year earlier, but the 45 per
cent rise in living costs over the
year wiped out all the gain in
purchasing power.
Employment for men rose
more than 100,000 to a record
high of 46.4 million and the White
House described the report as
indicating generally good news.
"The President thinks it's good
news," said White House Press

Secretary Ronald Ziegler, add-
ing "We still have work to do."
Elsewhere on the economic
scene, General Motors Corpora-
tion announced Wednesday it
would raise 1972 car prices by an
average of $176, or 3.9 per cent.
The move assures a large price
increase on next fall's cars. The
Ford Motor Company and the
Chrysler Corporation have said
that they plan price increases of
around 5 per cent, or about $200.

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David Hemmings Vanessa Redgrave Sarah Miles
Blow-Up
DIRECTED BY MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI
0 Best Picture of the Year 0 Best Director
-Nu'tional Society of Film Critics
* ". .the sharpest cinema of the year."--Bosley Crowther,
N.Y. Times
0 "Antonioni revolutionized the art of color film with BLOW-
UP . , Until BLOW-UP no filmmaker had successfully
used color to deal with real people in real situations on a
contemporary basis."-Lee R. Bobker, ELEMENTS OF FILM
TONIGHT - August 7-ONLY
auditorium a 7 & 9:30 p.m.
angell hall still only 75c
ann arbor film cooperative
COMING TUES.-Joseph Conrad's LORD JIM
DIAL 662-6264 AT STATE & LIBERTY
OPEN 1 P.M.
SHOWS AT 1:10 - 3:05 - 5:05 -- 7 P.M. - 9:05
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will panic.
Some
will die.
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9 will win.
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