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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

bubday, December 1,0, l9iZ

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY sunday, December 10, ~ 912

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WASHINGTON (') - The Civil Aero-
nautics Board (CAB) announced Friday
that youth and family air fares are "un-
justly discriminatory" but put off order-
ing their cancellation pending hearings
on a possible reduction of normal pas-
senger fares.
Tne board also approved the so-called
"Discover-America" excursion discounts
for the next 18 months but ordered they
be canceled at the end of that period.
In an 83-page order summarizing its
investigation of domestic discount fares,
the CAB indicated it may order a re-
duction of all passenger fares when the
youth and family discounts are dropped.
Reversing ,a 1969 decision justifying the
airlines' policy of giving discounts to
special groups, the board said current

aims air fares discriminate

studies show the discounts don't create
much new business for the carriers and
in the long run require higher normal
fares to cover the cost of transporting
discount passengers.
"The elimination of the discounts," the
board said, 'would permit lower normal
fares, and these reductions would have
a traffic generative effect across the en-
tire spectrum of the air-travel market."
The board refused to commit itself
to lowering normal fares, however, say-
ing current and future costs must be
restudied. The CAB only last year grant-
ed the airlines a 9 per cent fare hike in
an earlier phase of its present domestic
passenger-fare investigation which has
been under way since January 1970.
Youth fares generally apply to pas-

sengers between 12 and 21 years who
hold valid youth identification cards pur-
chased from the airlines. Young people
who fly standby normally pay two-thirds
of the normal coach fare, and those who
make prior reservations get a 20 per
cent discount.
Discover-America fares are available
for flying roundtrip, economy class on
a journey that lasts between seven and
30 days. The airlines often limit Dis-
cover-America ticket holders to flying
at specified times or days of the week
and generally for trips totaling at least
1,500 miles.
In announncing its findings on the spec-
ific discount fares studied, the board
set down a new policy that it said will
govern all promotional fares without de-

priving the carriers of "flexible -market-
ing tools to deal with short-term condi-
tions of excess capacity" on regular
flights.
In the future, the board said, the air-
lines:
-May offer discount fares if they are
not unjustly discriminatory and if they
generate enough new traffic to make up
for those who take the discount even
though they would fly anyway at the
normal fare;

The 3rd meeting of the CENTER FOR AFRO-
AMERICAN & AFRICAN STUDIES' Fall 1972
Colloquium on Africa will be conducted by:
Professor Harold G. Lawrence
DEPARTMENT OF HISTJRY- OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
Professor Lawrence's Colloquium address will focus on:
THE PRESENCE OF AFRICANS IN THE
NEW WORLD BEFORE COLUMBUS
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
Tuesday, December 12 1972
2402 MASON HALL-7 TO 9 P.M.
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--Must terminate
al fare plan within
first offered; and

any given promotion-
18 months after it is

--Must compute fare levels as if the
discount fares are not a part of the
fare structure.

Lebanese army, Palestinians
clash at outpost near border
By the AP, UPI and Reuters -the term used by the army in re- ers here by surprise since a few,
BEIRUT - Fighting between the ferring to the guerrillas. hours earlier an official Lebanese
Lebanese army and Palestinian The armed men fired at the spokesman had said that the sit-
guerrillas was renewed yesterday vehicle and troops had to fire uation was normal throughout the
in South Lebanon near the border back, the communique claimed. country after yesterdays flare-up.
with Israel. The communique also claimed The clash was reported as media-
Guerrilla sources claimed that that delegates representing Pales- tion eforts continued to avert con-
one guerrilla was killed and ano- tinian organizations got in touch frontation between Lebanon and
ther wounded in a one-hour clash. with the Lebanese military authori- the guerrillas.
The fighting began at 11:30 a.m. ties "condemning these isolated in- The conflict followed the return
when Lebanese army troops open- cidents which do not express the of a large number of guerrillas to
ed fire on a guerrilla vehicle that views of organized commands." South Lebanese areas from which
failed to stop at an army check- Yesterday's fighting took observ- they had agreed to withdraw after
point in the Ein Qenia area of Ark- -Gan Israeli incursion threatened to
oub, the guerrilla sources said.. The Michigan Daily, edited and man- j lead to a showdown between the
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One of the vehicle's occupants Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. second last September.
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