Students at East High School are informed they can't get in a front entrance as the meaning of freedom is dramatically demonstrated. Anti-Freedom day at the school Thursday was aimed at letting students know they can't take freedom for granted. To make the point, German, Japanese and American cars were segregated in school parking lots. It was a day for drab dress and a dearth of choices in the lunch line. Friday, the students will go into reverse, proudly displaying red, white and blue colors and rejoicing that freedom is, in fact, still a way of life in America. Events will include an assembly, a candle-lighting ceremony and patriotic music.