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NEW NORTH CAMPUS
BUS HOURS
,Wwtenaw Bis Burse NW IV NW V
12:55 12;57 1:02 1:07 1:25
1:25 1:35 1:37 1:42 1:47
2:15 2:25 2:27 2:32 2:37
2:55
As of yesterday, three more runs were added to the North Campus
bus schedule. The additional runs are scheduled for the entire
week.
Carter says he will
cooperate with Iran

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 13, 1979-Page 5
Bowing to inflation
cit cab fares

By ELISA ISAACSON

Inflation, soaring to near nation-
wide highs, has managed to leave its
mark on every facet of urban life, most
recently, Ann Arbor taxi cab fares. City
Council voted at first reading last night
to raise cab fares 28 per cent-from 70
cents initially and 10 cents for each ad-
ditional one-seventh mile, to an initial
fee of $1 and 10 cents for each additional
eighth of a mile.
A clause in the ordinance provides for
a five per cent discount for passengers
over 60 years to be effected at specified
hours of the day. Councilman David
Fisher (R-Fourth Ward) brought up the
squestion of offering a discount to han-
dicapped passengers as well as to
senior citizens. He also suggested the
discount to as-much as 10per cent. ,
COUNCIL MEMBER Susan Green-
berg (D-First Ward), chairperson of;
the Taxi Cab Board, said the five per
cent discount was a step in the right
direction, since there has never before
been any sort of taxi cab discount at all.
She explained the cab owners were
probably reluctant to offer a larger cut
because they are the ones to loose
money.
The present policy, Greenberg poin-
ted out, is for the, driver and the com-
pany to split the fare fifty-fifty. When
the discount is implemented the driver
will still pocket 50 per cent while the
cab owners take the full five per cent
cut.

Greenberg said, however, that she
plans to lobby for a ten per cent benefit
for both senior citizens and handicap-
ped persons before the ordinance
comes back to council for final ap-
proval.
Councilman Earl Greene (D-Second
Ward) expressed concern over the bulk
of the cab fare hike. "I'm not sure
whether this is within any inflationary
guidelines," he said.
The council member also said he
feels the present football Saturday
policy of charging each passenger
separately for his or her ride rather
than allowing a group of passengers to
ride for a single fare is backwards.
Greene said he favors a football rush
discount which would probably benefit
the cab companies in the end since it
would encourage taxi cab travel to and
from the stadium.

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(Continued from Page 1)'
the United States would intervene to
support the dying regime of the shah.
Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin con-
veyed the Kremlin's recognition ofnthe
new administration in a telegram to
Iranian Prime Minister Mehdi
Bazargan.
"The Soviet Union declares its
recognition of the provisional gover-
nment of Iran and expresses readiness
to maintain and develop good relations
between our two countries on the basis
of the principles of equality, good
neighborliness, respect for national
sovereignty and non-interference in
each other's internal affairs," it said.
IN PEKING, Chinese gathered
around anti-shah posters pasted by two
Iranian diplomats on the capital's
"Democracy Wall."
The two diplomats, who said they
were expressing a personal -opinion,
also put up a color portrait of the shah
with the letters "CIA" across his
forehead.
Four Moslem states, Pakistan, Syria,
Mauritania and Libya recognized the
new Iranian government.
Doctors say
outbreak of
Reyes case
to worsen
(Continued from Paige 1)
"EVIDENCE suggests that it will be
a relatively mild illness," Atwater said,
"But for a small percentage, it is going
to be a critical illness."
Atwater added that those persons
who contract complications are usually
those who are already sick with another
illness.
He advised those who come down
with the sickness to "give in early and
treat it thoroughly. Go to bed, take care
of it, and don't try to fight it. There is
evidence that suggests that a person
who has it, then thinks he's over it and
goes back to school, will go into a relap-
se and become susceptible to more
complications.'
The- hospital spokesperson said the
four children most recently admitted to
Mott were a 10-year-old girl from
Westland in fair condition, a seven-
year-old Jackson boy in good condition.
a 14-year-old girl from Hillsdale in fair
condition, nd a five-year-old girl from
Monroe in fair condition.
A nine-year-old Monroe child who
lapsed into a coma after being admitted
on Feb. 2, reportedly regained con-
sciousness Saturday.

YASSER ARAFAT, head of the
Palestine Liberation Organization, sent
congratulations.
In Beirut, jubilant Moslems fired
rounds of machinegun bullets into the
air and leftist newspapers appeared
with headlines including "revolution in
Iran is victorious."
Support for the ayatollah was
proclaimed by Iran's diplomatic
missions in Washington, London, Bonn,
Stockholm, and other nations.
Iranian students occupied their em-
bassies in Rome, Ankara, Caracas,
Athens, New Delhi, Manila and other
nations to urge recognition of the
provisional government.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP)-Sig-.
mund, a California desert tortoise who
looks like a rock and flees like a bunny,
is back home after an escape through
an open gate.
Found on the day of his recent escape
by a woman not far from his home,
Sigmund was taken by George.Hamer,
an animal control officer, to a zoo.
Sigmund, who is believed to be bet-
ween 30 and ,50 years old, remained
mum on his identity, but a newspaper
advertisement placed by his owner,
Marcy Neilson, and a subsequent
newspaper story, blew his cover.

Engineering & Computer Science Majors
WATCH FOR THE
HUGHES
RECRUITER VISITING
YOUR CAMPUS SOON.
Contact yout placement office
for interview dates.
HUGHES
L-------E---------------------
Creating a new world with electronics-
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F

Talk to us lat

Ask the other computer
companies some tough questions about
their training programs, their attitudes
about 'going by the book' promotions,
profit-sharing and the importance of
the individual.
Then ask us the same
questions.
Careers in
computer marketing.
At Hewlett-Packard, our
computer sales are growing dramatic-
ally. So career opportunities are wide
open for sales representatives, systems
and customer engineers. We're looking
for people with a science degree, plus
an MBA. Or a marketing degree with
some computer background. Or an
engineering degree with an interest in
marketing.

. There are a lot of things
about HP you'll like. For instance, it's
our policy to promote from within
rather than hiring over your head from
outside. We share profits with everyone.
(The last semi-annual bonus was more
than $24 million.) We've never had a
lay-off in our 40-year history. And our
sales are approaching $2 billion.
But you can't learn very
much about us from an ad. So represen-
tatives from Hewlett-Packard will be
holding interviews at your school on
February 9 and 16.
That gives you enough
time to check out the other computer
companies. And to check with your
placement office to arrange an appoint-
ment. Or write to Hewlett-Packard,
Attn. Larry Amsden, 110'00 Wolfe
Road, Cupertino CA 95014.
Then let's talk.

Preston Ford (BSEE, MI; MBA, Harvard)
HP Sales Representative
t4Theres a lot of difference from
one company to the next as to whether they
treat sales people as order takers or as
important people ... HP does a good job of
giving you the support and training and
guidance you need todo the job right.7?

Terri Gilstrap
(BS, Univ. of Tenn./Chattanooga)
Staff Systems Engineer
itI'm very impressed with Hewlett-
Packards products and policies. With
'Management by Objective,'as long as you
get the job done, you don't have someone
constantly breathing over your shoulder
They also let you grow in the direction that
suits your interests and background. That's
one reason there's such a small turnover
The longer I'm here, the more I like it

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