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The Buffalo Criterion. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1925-1973, June 13, 1970, Image 2

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CtaH fwnte M Rm t«A PLUM OF BOARD APPOINTEES .^iSS'sriSias'KS-: v»*}>er anomplulinumt for oar group a» well >,FTe» V?AR 5 OF HAJ?P !F 4 f\ S s o ? n ^ r > No o«e tajoirs txtter than we about our tle- airee to gain representation on boards. The first Negioes apprdnted to boards were Mrs. Evelyn'JohMon and Dr. Myron MeGuira to the Haaitb Board; Rev. E. Eranklin Jackson to the Pbuning Commission; the late Sher­ man U Waikar, to the temporary Board of Bedevatepraant- ami Clarenee Maloney to the oid Board of Communi^ Eeiationa. peqile are nw represented on a sisas. fl(»d gMes opening with the Human Relations Board and the government's re- hlfTni' m i !^ i Ih^ \ ’i*l REBUILDING WILLIAM STREET In 19W, thm an. a goodly number of our “P *» the group on beards and committeea, etc., in the thriving buainess thoroughfare it waa until it dty, but Dr. UbudCBian'a peaMon ia by far • t, B^tah was the main street for Negro buaincsemcn. id money for die p^r years, over half the 26 acre twritory largest e ii^ ethnic segment of the sciiool “i”* displaced. At one time; H system, it itmm a sense at fair plav to place one of sea. members in m b high paM whWi h»i»tevM« [Wapsaed'tO'fuinB. parted that because Hons, authorities planned on reducing the in. h^itahts to 10,000 pereons. ENTERING ANOTHER VOCATION _____ _ Arthur S. Anderson, a native Buffalonian, who has been active in Buffalo in severai S S “ s M M y buainese during the World War H, waa an S3Tb.-a»r3!«S: group to become ae. These Are The Facts By M/ RK’ e O’RILET -Managing—i Y o u rM o rie}\ Edivard Mi Donolmo LIVING WWm lAW tae0sena ui.i.'bi*ic le- fl«“i«g around. Thia includes abort 25 w WateoB-ansli “ g f g i i iiP S h g lS r s s § mm ssscriisrsMs. w profesisdn. He has SchooL willam street once boasted of four thesi g ^ a i S S C i g n i : Temple, Plata, SUr and Savoy- r«ia»»~.. asie issi Roxy; two banks, the Marine and Liberty; a ~ H S ~ “ the Criterion, fOr swerat years- in the late SOV, at Bethel AME (a«eh. Art ia now a WUSHUilg «msw aaa»e«.- family man, whose wife and children ai E w s t ; =2_: -------- -- wiSt,£rs?5 Si: **“■ The residents and b if i S H i 1 = S ¥;*■ & ™ '£ £ r-^r:~- S a I,v£“ 9r»_w 9:41; S Ton ^odd Kaov fP K P S e O fT ls I decision \ ...ONMARCH^ISS^JUSTOVERIOOVEaHS i coc.'fc'.isaAseQTTANOHiewFE.raLWE^iwflE’' / iaKfflfRMWdO.TOIU.-OM HIS RErUtWlO MO. | W f SUK K*HISfl«eDOMOMTHeO«OUM» JSf- l-MKRtSeaieE north OFTW UHEWTHEMeSOU- J [wriSNSfWmM* iLEDTOi>«aip^»ogHBriM«ae-THey RULED ■m« asim * IflO lEGAL R»3HrTOStieiMAnSDeWILOOORT,BsrrTH«Fdl*OiO i .«.sitcsiABTOFTHE«w*aRT L0M<5 Lawn Frawro dAXED BT-mE SUWgWE COLIT; wm-81 DEOISKIM OFhWMT, 1»S4/

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