THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, March 28, 1975
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 28, 1975
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D' dRATES SOAR
Diag dogs create problemsYh areflea i
(Continued from Page 1) a dog in Ann Arbor ranges frnm Dr. Owen Kleinschmi -t of
ineer for the Wash anaw $48 to $60. The Humane So- Easthaven Animal Hosp ial in-
nty Health Department says ciety clinic charges $1$. curs "that a spay clinic is not
that along with the prYem of
dog bites, dog feces can spread
upwards of 40 diseases to hu-
"LOOSE DOGS also pose an
additional problem to other
dogs," said Johnson. "They zre
more likely to afflict another
dog with a disease than a hu-
Help has finally come in the
way of controlling the pet popu-
lation at least in the city of
Ann Arbor. The Huron Valley
Humane Society's spay and reu-
ter clinic has now been open
for three weeks. It offers low
cost spaying and neutering of
dogs and cats.
The going price for spaying
DOLORES GIBSON, prisi-
dent of the Huron Valley Hu-
mane Society is enthusiastic
about the progress of the clinic.
"We are doing marvelou~ly.
We have done 74 spays and neu-
ters in the past three weeks,
and this week a veterinarian
was put on full time," says
According to a vet at the Ann
Arbor Animal Hospital who re-
fused to be named, "The spay
clinic is not the answer. It's a
drop in the bucket."
"THE CLINIC gets people
who in the normal course of
events would have gotten their
dog spayed anyway," ne said.
the complete answer to oet over-
"You can spay dogs until
you're blue in the face," says
Kleinschmidt, "but you just
won't get enough of them."
RECENTLY, an ordinance
was brought before the city
council dealing with animal zon-
trol. Due to errors in the word-
ing, it was defeated. The cr-
ganization of a citizens commit-
tee to be set up at Mayor James
Stephenson's convenience has
been promised to study the
problem and write a .iew ordi-
Stephenson has not app iuted
W-ASHINGTON OP)-The Civil
A e r o n a u t i c s Board (CAB)
agreed yesterday to let airlines
flying between the United States
and Europe raise air fares by
from 3.6 per cent to 16.5 per
cent to offer discount air.fares
to youths and persons who pur-
chase tickets in advance.
It approved an 8 per cent in-
crease in first class and econo-
my class promotional fares over
the North and Central Pacific;
and a 5 to 10 per cent increase
in air fares between the United
States and the Caribbean.
THE HIKES had been worked
out by international airlines ear-
lier and were submitted to the
CAB for approval. They are ef-
to submit new data within 20
days so the board could deter-
mine if its action was proper.
It said it specifically wantedI
to know what the increases in
the North Atlantic fares would
do to Pan American World Air-'
ways and Trans World Airlines
in view of the fact that the
board has allowed those twol
carriers to stop competing cn
several international routes.
THE CAB action means that
first class round trip flights be-
tween New York and London,
will cost $1,156 this summer,
compared to $1,084 last 6urnmer,l
a 6.6 per cent increase.
The increases over the North
iod and the high demand surn-
Economy flights between New
York and London this summer
will cost $764 compared to $726
last summer; the 14-to-21-eay
excursion flight will cost $54
instead of the $553 paid last
simmer; and the popular 22-to-
45-day excursion flight will cost
$493 instead of $433.
YOUTHS AND customers with
long range plans will be able
to travel under cheaper fares.
The youth fare this summer be-
tween New York and London
will be $465 for a round trip.
The advance purchase fare-- the
lowest to be offered on sched-
uled flights-will be $399.
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tive April 1. Atlantic vary according t- :he vance purchase fare, passengers
lthough the board took action kind of flight, with the 16.5 per will have to make their reserva-
cent for affinity group flights tions and pay for their tickets
the proposed increases, ap- during the "shoulder" season, I more than two months before
ving some and rejecting defined as that period separ at- they plan to leave. They must
ers, it ordered the airlines ing the low-demand winter per- pay a maximum $50 charge if
- -i they decide not to take their
- - - - - - - MM - - - --tripat the time it is scnedled.
In agreeing to let the airlines
j again offer youth fares, the
I board retreated from its two-
year-old decision that youth
M R IN IZZAfares were descriminatory and
should not be allowed.
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