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Saturday, May 14, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Saturday, May 14, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

'U' tackles Arb erosion

Carter signs two jobs bills

(Continued from Page 1)'
feet in some areas and caused
txtensive erosion along the
frontal area where the Arb lies
along the riverfront.
"Many people go down the
entrance to the water's edge
and some people will even
wade in the river," he ,continu-
ed. "Between the high water
Xid people it caused a real
erosion problem and zip-ev-
erything went out. Trees and

SELIM SAID he hopes to
Dave final plans prepared and
Eubmitted to the State Depart-
ment of Natural Resources
(DNR) for approval - by next
veek.
He said he is not certain how
long it would take for the plan
to receive DNR approval, but
he is optimistic reconstruction
would be finished by the end
of the summer.
In the meantime, Jaeger
"..:a Y~T. .+ . .i r a n l

(Continued from Page 1)
White House and the Congress,
and between the federal govern-
ment and -the local and state
government officials."
The President said that since-
fe took office, the unemploy-
ment rate dropped one per cent,
from 8.1 per cent to 7.1 per cent,
not as a result of anything he,
his administration, the Con-
press or state or local officials
have done, "but because of a

weekend in Europe, "the most
utniforn concern expressed was
for jobs for young people."
"WE HAVE still got a long
way to go, but the enlightened
ttitude of the Congress in pass-
ing this legislation with sound
principles involved and with no
delay is something of which the
American people can be proud,"
'arter said.

The public works bill was ap-
proved by Congress last week
but the President left for Eur-
one before he could sign it. Its
funds will be immediately avail-
able to the state and local gov-
ernments.
Under the terms of the legis-
lation, every state will get at
least $30 million and no state
.ill get more than $500 million.

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lants were uprooted and said, We are hoping people reaffirmation of the American
the plant life leaves, 'vill bear with us, because when people's confidence mn our ow
sets in - you got wash- (construction) is all done it is system." I
ks "going to be a lot nicer and more The President said that when
rding to Georges Selim, accessible to get, down to the he met with the leaders of the * *d*
ineer responsible for the iater's edge." major industrialized nations last ConditioningTOW ERS
estoration plan, broken For now, though, Jaeger ad-
e pieces and clean fill mits the area is not very ap- owl
1 be used to build a wall pealing to the eye. "Like any HOti rt
imately a foot into the cons-truction program when it is - --wilb ak- inewai okslk h
The wall will be back- underway, it looks like the K EPNG T n w e
n a gradual slope. devil."
SERVICE IpWl~
13th comes, goes Servie
13thcome, go s -2311 Shelby, Suite 105
aontinued fromPage 3) senior Tom Cameron. S31i1IS b Site 105
awe the Daily $3.80 for an "I'm not superstitious," she U I M N 1n Arbor, M1,
e told a reporter. explained, "but if anything goes POOL 665-0919
ver, Wander said the day wrong at least I'll have some-
all that bad. "We didn't thing to blame it on." q
ticket for the dog,' she Why would anyone get mar-Sae S rv Rent u
n reference to the city's ried on Friday the 13th? "It was
aw. the only day we could get a SERVICE CONTRACTS AVAILABLE
SE MATTERS may seem hall," was the bride's reply. "All 2 & 4 M ONT H CORRECTING SELECTRIC II RENTALS
to the former Janice the halls we called had Friday
rs, who became Janice the 13th open. I guess there's LEASES
on last night, Friday the a lot of superstitious people
fter marrying University around."

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