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The Buffalo Criterion. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1925-1973, March 07, 1970, Image 2

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THE BUFFALO CRlTElSSJl I* *. KEMIWEATHES.... ■i-HEFIELPOFPUmJC - m S DESE 6 R£ 6 AnON U bpucmiosi TmoacmiNE longsr c o m m a v o tm iY OF'$mRATE mTEQUAU, P£mSSIBL£...TH£ OSU- n ^ N a PLACE. m v m T E K o x r m OFEvESYScmoL ~ ■*»»w n«M -r «. i-zra Tt 1-M7Z DMM; U m T«nr «4.n; K* WwtZ*. WM AMmt fiftfcn years ago, a debate inyolv- ing and {tderal-Aiaded building projecta similar to the Waterfront and UB projecta nan falong place, only its bpondaiy lines took in the E31icoU Uistrfct Redevelopment area of Jeffeww Ava., Swan St, Michigan Ave. and A part of the ]»opoaai wae the erection of the BUcatt and TMbart Mails Iv the State of New Tot* andt the eeaetioa of the remainder (Taasne- by fsderat fimds as anoth­ er option. The land was purchased under di­ rection of Regional Federal Housing h ead, - Mr. Horan. the balance of 90 pet cent coming from state It was during this time that the quaaSan of hiring Negroes and minoriHat waa brought to The unions pointetl out that the project the forefront by Uie Eilicott District Property would c reate more work, but the property Owners AasoMation, whiA t o u ^ to hold on owners aesoeiution never could get the answer ^!m t* their property until thiaisina, too, was re- to Ihe question of 'More work for whom?\ amw, “ Ived. when it asked h o w many Negroes would be S^siHSn'’ The building trad* went on record favor- X T C T S ingthe Redevelopment project, which did not “P at mat tiom involve a developer, but waa to Gov. Harriman. be a local auction deal to highest bidding coi> This w a s the beginning of the spread of porations, with some finance coming from the Uia Negro populaton from the Eilicott District NTS Mitcheil-Lama Act of 10'. down, and Today the federal-funded Waterfrtmt project and the erection of state-funded $«50,000»e00 V r CPHCLVOE THATIN *'ALL DEimEf&(rESPEECr^ ^ P£SE6R&}.W0NISW\ ^mmtJerE These Are The Facts BymARKE.Q’RJLET STRUuGLE UNTO DEATH ?eS;r: ig slaves. This is, in fact, lie ptiri^ o# asae^ion. Private interpriae in ia^ft gjreat contribudana toward . ___ . „ . lack men inid^uumfe diiv« cafc^ moi. valued possei^u. ica h«' become ruptured beyond repair. The i % faM not LIVING UNDER LAW aie s am e simiUra^ ijisf^o«So5 imposed an 11-month S ^ C - But when not kept within bounds produces a . s j S a s i s torium because the rpmstion of tho Wring poi- aasM- . »-v mweror~. u b o^r and managernent leading iheCoaliUon under the adiWmshraiionotGov. ^ attempt to set tbeiwh ...... tgioes was not made clear by all of ^ ££™~S5 pSKiL m m m m M m m ilies, towns, cities, countries aad uarieoa— more often than not — far beyound ail human HBMiot. tw jb ‘^piiric aWi Ae9M). bmicq I MrabMil result* are deep* dmireoac Kni' cwicf r s s r s = ~ i . \ z , T s r ^ - t feis Kaiwr , 1817-1882 I .. . B orn a slave in w i j e i S D : / IftSIiR N S H g e.M D . W F B ,st8^ HE “ ~ ^ * * * ^ ' I VOWED HE BE'AKASISA BIRD, jMmHJNSBATKIRT«M«ASU^'/0H aa^.3,ie38,H E eso »«&-TOre w y o a i amdmarriedafrsehkro ritw raOMBAlTWOHe. T H K W ff T O U Verf<NiW5S£2a&W««» ANOHEBECAIIKAMEWCftfSrOKMOSTABOLmONlSTLEABCT/

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