Buffalo Criterion, 1980-05-07
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wnv's 1 airvrst & only accredited mimmtv ne^-spaper â€” featuring paid lt^dtiate grculatbn sv taaw>awmwwm miogoro region the buffalo criterion wf.dnesday may 7-13 1980 vol 55 - no 19 dea robert bell retires after 36 years a rrtarsanvÃŸi party tar deacon rrswrt r*h was held rt-tently st the cttntental ran.lln and huron deacon hell retired msreh i from metro hub after 36 year where he worked a a atstehaale i tear on and mrs hell hats 19 chltdtea and are member of tslternael churrh of cod is christ purdy and i.lrs wood res a 11*11 i psatai mr i luu and hush and deacon r 111.1.1 - Â« riterlthi phetm security was topic of mass meeting katream li*trkt ( s-ss-nril stats jaane pitt i k.iws a he i bbji la a recent mat meeting exya rem the hurclars taa st the to tear ties th mer tit wa held t -***â€¢ shiloh b3sasÃŸaj_3r^^^s hwrrh . l-ipi-arss . where re i j i hoi is pcs tor a laatsptrtr foutrwup atari will appear is next edition taf ihe criterion bastsabbbabbtsmabspb w crit.-ri.tn phc*i former nia head to direct u/b center for the study of aging dr lester smith who sersesi as a lataixdiisii staff member of th national institute on ageing has assert appointed daces-tor of th slat university at buffalo's multivlissitilto art center for th stutly <Â»< aging u/b president itaxbrri 1 kettet has announced hr assumed the posi tion on may 1 aim joining th u r faculty as â– lata asm iate professor of medicine gerontology dr han-ad brody who ha served a acting dltettiir til the u/b center for two years noted thai dr satan waa very active in th origins of th interest on aging research within the national insti at of health dr smith has served as chief of the moles and raw he-mat aging pro ram and the extramural and collaborative re search program for the national institute ml aging inia since 1977 prior to that he was a health scientist sdminis train with the nia 1975 77 anti with the adult development and aging branch if th national inst it of child hr sith and human development 1971-76 hr ha served as a member of the advisory committee : on health affsiri for the nations urban lasagns snd cur rently holds iii.-mlirt.riirs on the same rninniitlee lor the national <".*â€¢--?Â« i for the mis i aged and the nlll * coordinating i'oniniitti-s for minority tesesrch snd dr lbstct smitii dr i.sit-r smith fair plan insurance co opens office here the center city chapter of the united citizens organization 80 w tup per st has released information on the fair plan insurance co it is as follows there is now a local office for all consumers of the fair plan insurance co here in buffalo it is located at 220 delaware aye where mr ronald burke is watting to hear from you if you have any problems with fair plan the office is on the 2nd boor rcrorn 229 a law was passed on aug 1 1979 to lower the rates of fair plan ooneum ers the new rat have made it possible for everyone to afford insur ance if you paid for your insurance since aug 1979 by your old rate that you have a rebate rnrninj you can get insurance from fair plan even if you are a renter questions can be answered by calling mr burke st 856-4745 or 866 4746 if you have problem or question shout c-lher in surance rampant call ronald lsÃŸrake at the fair plan inaorart-r-e co contract enables ellicott district to continue revitalization wmmw^w f sst*taarwa**wâ„¢l tiw area manager mayor jarors griffin i'oimrilinan janes ftttc and rev elijah j r*-hois i'ri'ttitlt of th hoard of p4l*ri*ti ( rrimunity made v*i--pm*-itt innounced tuesday msy ml th following approval in th continuing effort to revita ma th rairtatl district a rr-ntraet under hud's flexible subsidy program in th amount of stow.4*i hai been execut d with the ellieott i apartments the term i sb contrset i for on year commencing may 1 itjro and fa designed to assist th protect la cornplotlng deferred maintenance un proving energy conaervs mara security and on-site management and general l upgrading the quality of the apart mania la saldition hud has ri their final approval ths sal of tttaatt phase ii town au*tis>na to a limited distribution partnerahip walden in vasmavata corp th elltrrat community 11-lsialiiiiaiiial founds i won sill i.am inn to be involved an tit t**rre*rship of this prc*jÂ«ct and a lh managing general partner to th partn*rtsxip arrangement th iub>*et sal evolved a cash contribution on th part â– ,! th new general partner of t390,000 to address th problems of deferred mstotenancs of which ap proximately 12130,000 has already listen p*nt pri marily on roof and s*w*r repair th balanta will lie budgeted on a priority basis the kllirntt community itttlt'velopnient founda tion has taken furth-r step to firm up manage ment by retaining th ley jones msnsg mont corp which will be responsible for the day to day operation of th spartmrnl-i as well aa the r ommereial plaza the partielpa.it indi rated th total infusion of 873,491 in thee two housing programs ii an important part of efforts now being made in the kllieott district to improve th quality of life for the residents of that part of th city of buffalo collins urges funds for new school remain in budget marten district council mam da-rid a colllna last weak sent a letter te ms-trr isam d griffin 'â– â– â– â€¢"â€¢*. â€¢*-** the one million sm*srs for a new school m re-rotnaÃŸended for iteiinstion by citizen d*datty crritit^sw rm maim part of the imd-ftl 2 capital budget alloca tion mr collins called the r**cottimendstion of the citizens adrisory commit a toward the black community should ad dr*s the total social wat-oniic and rrliaratstja oe-eda of that ctarrimunity city takes action on ceta title vi hiring freeze patrick w wuilllr director of ibs htiffato division li manpower plan ning has annourteed thai th city has taken a*vera artier in light of last w**3 - u s dept of labor dirts-trve prohibitin new hiring in ceta title vi public servics *â€¢â€¢!.* â€” approximately srrs*smeatal agencies educational r.-t-u*s-r and community non profit organizations that have utilized ceta employees m staff support were ls.*r,l of the city'i present tnsbility to meet rrÂ«-joe-Â«ts tor new title vi raersonnel agency s^frnin istrslors have seen e**tm*rag to schedule programming accordingly and seek alternative invrcet of laaafalig where riossible â€” title vt special i.rssy pei-ajraÃŸÃŸja due by the previously xa*e*urar*d deadline of may 23 1980 will not be accepted by the city until reversal of the hiring freeze appears imminent additionally review of project aÃŸra tiont submitted to the city during april will be postponed at this time fvj*t of labor attthonratron to re-surne title vi hiring i not expos-ted to be fot*ak-orntrtg during the current fuses sr**sr which ends sept 10 19 â€” robert m bennett . haitmaÃŸ of th city's 28 member msn*x*xta-r ad.iaory coxincil ha publicly rssleased contents of a telegram sent to james a ware regional administrator of the u s dept of labor the message expressed a council's shock and concern over the hiring prohibition and t n-.rieriih'd thst the treat b applied only to area Â„ _ la.a attempt-try â€¢ w*****t essay tw sr*s at atw x***niaoy mem in order to allow cities such a buffalo to contmu title vi im-rst at its farmer funding level i part the lelef,ra-r stated that the camturii believes the hiring trees to be o*rtr to th inter i of ceta i lad with commonily stgent .. * m pro-ride vital e-mtas*i*-a*t â€¢ srr-rit unduly pirtattised " â€” staff strithan the manpower planning division are working to ****** the impact the title vi freeze - and axs*fttial fiscal year l**ss rut - will have upon th city areas of major concern are number of individualx receiving unemployment and publk assistant.c payments and fot of tixeristt and i*lob tax revenue resulting from fewer nbsidired job oppÂ»-rtunities â€¢ v*i)*b!a in the area the dssrisixm to freeze title vi hiring was made by the tarter ar^ii-tsrstkin in order to save 203 million from the current budget and reduce title vi employment levels by 50.000 jobs nationwide currently aaflaio employs approximately 1.036 workers on the tie vi payroll and anticipates vacancies in over 300 jobs by the end of may of this year mr qui,-ley sli^**ised that the hiring freeze does not apply to positions funded under title 11-d of the comprehensive employment and training act and does not affect any individual currently em ployed in a ceta public service job anti-draft network to hold speak out against draft th buffalo chapter of th national anti-draft n-txxorfc will be hc-lding a speak out against th draft and th war ort on sat may 10 at 1 am at char lady of lours frhra-i at main -***_ re st in buffalo thla meeting is being held ta ive th public a ferura to speak out again th draft and tax g-rowing at drive and to them m*aammm to say rther u s art of srar axxeh as â€¢**â€¢ sbsrvd resroe attempt baa this speak out _**** lisy beam called ta*ae th inpmmi*mb4 mm 0 penlafioo have wtt.s.ht a u s do to w thin it my time since a vast nam war accord ** la th anti t>r,f .â€¢*â€¢**"*%. w*ateÂ¥atl speaking at this totmt m svfll he two rt*-**nh**i of a buffalo anti-draft atwc-t ya**f athakk rd ra**sei has th featured speaker will be tom soto a current ami war activist and vie nam veteran from new york city while in the service soto became an organizer for th american s*rvkt*najan'a union in 1971 soto wa called an by reckling attica prisoners to help represent their t to th outside world the pubis is invited kemp co-sponsors bill geared to hiring minorities urban jobs & enterprise zone act introduced declaring now is til time to offer america's inner city poor anil jobless the dignity hope and opportunity to es cape from the cycle of unemployment and poverty congressman jack kemp r-ny thuti may 1 announced the intt-oduction and t iir*i*,ni*-.n co-sponsor ship of his urban jobs and enterprise zone act kemp said hi comprehensive legislation is designed to encourage the hiring of th young the minorities and all si.l mmmmm disadvantaged americans in private enterprise jobs and to stimulate the growth of enterprise in downtown america and to reverse decay of the inner city tax la congressional enactment of his proposal would help solve the high and tragic level of unemployment and expand the tax base in buffalo new york state the northeast and other pockets of economic dÂ«*spair kemp said introduced earlier thursday may 1 in the house of representatives before he flew to buffalo to deliver a speech kemp bill would â€” allow oral governments to estab lish private jobs and fant4*ftprise zone in areas with high levels of poverty and unemployment desigi-tation of such areas would be based on criteria similar to that required for u s eccmornic de velopment administration programs â€” reduce social security payroll taxes on both zone employers and employees by 90 percent for workers under 21 by 50 percent for worker 21 and older to encourage hiring of inner city youth and others in hsrd-core unemployed ranks â€” reduce the capital gains tax rate or investment in independent ente-rt-r which employ 60 percent or more of its mpat^t*es an one or mor zones to stimulate jobs-creating investments " â€” cut business tax rates by 15 percent acros the board foe enterpn employ ing at least half their employees in one or more zonea to provide irtt-**nuve for in vetting in small business within a tone allow a three year straight line clep^rctatityn on the far 4-500,000 t*a ea*a poecbawed ear year permit the use of cash rather lhan accrual at counting methndi by firms win gross annual *â€¢)*â€¢* itelow fl f million and extension 1 lite lata tarry forward provision from vs | to ten year kemp said he believes his prtapnaal will open the debate a how we tan provide jobs and economic growth in lb private enterprise system something br have not focused on in the past while deiigninft bureaucratic programs which have failed lo reverse cycles of poverty hopelessness and cynicism has leg illation provides lot the designation of target zone whkh have an unemployment rale of si least tsexee the national average a 30 i*rrrs*-i poverty rate as defined by the census a minimum population of 4.000 nd -, continuous boundary federal appro.si of a zone could also include areas where unemployment is three lames the national avers or a minimum re ?-'> percent of the rrsatie-nt who live la poverty teovea ainyeiyt l and law makers must east aside the mistaken notion that lust be-*csu*e 14 are poor they are ex-ora-on ally illiterate kemp said the fact is he sbkl that e*or inner city poor understand more sit-out a*ct-t**lÂ©ttlic di si rw c r.li vt - * am p ace t hoory . than many of our sstvet-lls welfare experta in washington " a person who must deride to gr**e up welfare or un.**mplo-*ri-ir--ent 1 net to take a i paying job in private ee-rter-rarsm or * p.^.e r*rteitst*at ' iisÃŸÃŸsthsi'd -. ak work ceta yob lhat ftenvitie steely nyor or any real increase in attt-r tax wag a i dajrmb a a ituta to kemp but mint-on of das*if we taged americans *-* forced to make such a or if an kind of jeis is available because of tun ntogpewm federal l*a rode which t*iw ******Â»â– Â« t***-**"tyl4v to work save or invest i*l rm*mardiryg yobs reastieyg enterprise " kemp said has urban id and er.lr c 7,-eee art ' sa not an i-soyear-ent ctire-*n or s immi " but he at ae-rtt**l it at s po i,s*e ate ie the ax-s-rnt'tmrc ' - se*x4 toe of cm rity pete and conc jack hl mp continued on psge.l continued oa peg 7j 1923 1980 criterion press ami sub the no 1 wny central cities lsw'flslit srhpswl (â–º'.. l!i p haa hrett ssa is bb a eel at eter year silss-r sn bbsxtbxxe aerstsg be rtsennsuttltit is sa just #***** i*tn up for a i lap f iht hiiflali criterion hi ai it - fan its 20c national 2f>c i pststt se y.itls 1.1 *. nil is rnieii-aiit i * - tit mis vv.n v minor it y,a\t i lira r rt-fistered as amm fid n -Â«..â€¢â€ž, , Â„..,!, r lb m-tr.h i ihl'.l art i it-tress r villains nt-st p.pi.a '
|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1980-05-07|
|Description||Powerful Voice of the Black People|
African Americans--New York (State)--Newspapers
Erie County (N.Y.)--Newspapers
|NY Heritage Topic||
Community & Events
Race & Ethnicity
New York (State), Western
Erie County (N.Y.)
|Publisher of Original||
Merriweather, Frank E.
|Date of Original||1980-05-07|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||Buffalo & Erie County Public Library|
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|Digital Collection||Buffalo Criterion|
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