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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 17, 1994 - 7

Archer unveils southside site to compete for federal funds

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DETROIT (AP) - Promising a
turnaround for the cash-strapped city,
Mayor Dennis W. Archer unveiled
the areas chosen as Detroit's proposal
for an "empowerment zone" program
that would funnel $100 million in
federal money to attract jobs.
"We're going to work very hard to
ensure that we win it because it will
help jump-start" an economic recov-
ery, Archer said, standing in front of
a map that outlined the area.
Zigzagging across the southern
end of city, the 18.35 square-mile
area includes the poorest areas of
Detroit. About half of the people are

poor, with per capita income averag-
ing $6,486. About a third are unem-
ployed. Nearly a fifth of the homes
are abandoned.
"There's a lot of vacant land,"
Archer said. "We can build, we can
grow, we can invest. We can build
what it is we need to make sure that
the community stays strong and gets
stronger."
Initiated by President Clinton to
spur development in inner cities, the
multi-billion dollar "empowerment
zones" will award nine areas, includ-
ing six cities, with money for tax
breaks and other incentives to lure

businesses to hire from and invest in
the urban poor.
Archer and other community lead-
ers have billed the plan as part of
Detroit's comeback set off by the new
mayoral administration.
A group of community leaders,
city, county and state government
officials, people in business and edu-
cators selected the areas along federal
and city guidelines.
The guidelines included popula-
tion and income limits. Areas were
also judged by their potential for de-
velopment.
"I am extremely excited, and it's

not easy to get me excited," said Cliff
Ford, who represented northwest De-
troit in the selection group. "Detroit is
not the aging fighter down on his
knees, going down for the last count
that some reporters have said that it is.
... Detroit is alive and well and taking
vitamin pills."
Archer, Ford and others say
Detroit's chances for being designated
for the zone are good.
"I can't think of any city that is
more representative of the ills this
legislation was intended to address.
We are a classic picture of a city that
can be helped with a spurt of assis-

tance, said Della McGraw Godwin.
a nurse who attended Archer's an-
nouncement at a Detroit school yes-
terday.
Archer's close ties with the
Clintons are expected to further lift
Detroit's chances, although Archer
denied Clinton gave any signs during
his recent trip to Detroit for an inter-
national conference on jobs.
"He did not discuss it. We were
talking about basketball," Archer said.
"What I have found - frankly just in
terms of human nature - you have a
tendency to receive more by not ask-
ing or not saying, 'Give me, give me."'

Archer

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HELP WANTED
ATTENTION Psychology, Econ., and Busi-
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CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
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Live in or out. Call eve. 663-3482.
CLASSIFIED AD
PRODUCTION
The Michigan Daily is look-
ing for help in producing the
Classified Ad pages next
fall.You must be able to work
1.5 -2 hours per day (Mon-
day- Friday between the
hours of 12:30 - 3:00). Neat-
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is a must. No paste-up ex-
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You will be working with a
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ence. Monthly salary is $75.
Contact Susan or Mike
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CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Earn up
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Student Publications (Michigan Daily,
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and able to do cleaning and lifting. Students
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HELP WANTED
INTERESTED in Advertising? Are you
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INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT -
Make up to $2,000 - $4,000+/mo. teaching
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MINUTES FROM North Campus. Subway
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MITCH'S PLACE - Now hiring waitstaff,
barstaff, door checker & cooks. Apply at
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MODELS - prnt, trade, T.V., Assoc. Models
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Call Tom Jankowski at 662-1812 for further
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PAID Theatre Position available for Director
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$9.50 to $15.00/hr. Paint
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SUBJECTS NEEDED. Students male, right-
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Summer Discovery at Michigan, a pre-
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Counselors for on-campus program June 22-
August 7. Program includes academics,
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The University of Michigan, Survey
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JETAWAY TRAVEL welcomes students
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LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
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BILLY JOEL tickets for sale-March 21.
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Personal interviews, classes. 665-5550.
ARE YOU CONCERNED that your social
security number is on your student ID? Have
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is a student project.

4-YEAR OLD, LO ING Mom and Dad in
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brother or sister. Close extended family in
area. Let's help each other. Med./legal/travel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/864-
8385.
ADOPTION: LOVING, christian couple to
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AREA GUY is forming an organizaton for
like-minded guys over 21 who are interested
in extending men's fashion options to include
all choices now available to women. Be-
havior and dress will be professional at all
times. This is a group for rights and self-
expression. It is not for gays or bi-sexuals.
Contact Jim. 810/473-0046.
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent? Please help a loving couple be a
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PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
awaits child. Call 810/641-3820.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.

LAW STUDENT looking for non-smoking
housemate(s) in newly fumished house: big-
screen TV, prkg,, ldry., piano, alarm sys. No
pets. Sept-Sept. $350 single, $200 double.
J.P. 930-0354.
ROOMMATE NEEDED - one room avail.
in 5 bedroom house. Own bathroom avail.
immed. Rent neg. Call Mark @ 994-5626.
ROOMMATES WANTED. Male and
female to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-level
apartments with all the extras. Call CMB
Management 741-9300.
SP/SU APT. MATE NEEDED $200/mo.
Jason 747-9937. 1 bdrm./3 bdrm. apt. Roomy
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