Buffalo Criterion, 1981-02-25
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the buffalo criterion vol 59 - no 9 wednesday february 2s-march 3 1991 wny's largest & only accredited minority newspaper - featuring paid legitimate circulation h______________a_***___-____i____________________m ton t_lll-----------l--n----ms---k f----lt-----l iiirioiiii_iiiaiii_ai_-*i_nas___*tsaii us postage paid permit mo um tl alo icw york rochester niagara region members of s.e.i.u local 200 honored florvico employ lateraattonal union local 200 a.m,c , ratwatlt honored - two outstanding total newborn of 5.x.1.1 ural 200 at their aaaaal holiday dlntier-danre m __**â€¢. fhmm â– â€¢*â€¢*â– tt i i ****___*. roto hark adele [ center a ke pre tent faiutfe moot left ooa mat jakttooo rigid tta r*rtifk-*#a pt men â€” criterion photo baskets prepared for needy praia lara miaatooory'roetot of agopo ami ckarrh 24 northland aye , ora skowa m they preps grot try koafcrts tot ike amad bee w rem tanas toft pastor of agape 90000 wltk fko tsaatkara who akora food doioiag oad goodwill a tks t_ta*m\__*________9 i___f_m______ml .<_____â€¢ jroot hftowft la m pmsto from toft arat sum lota mildred davis shirley davis ood eotlrar clarke rod-ester citizens sra urged to f'liiii inform ike n.tot 11 haaa of tha trot foe wo to 716 2.12 7^l fat ths fraa prte â€” i t !%Â«â– court ruling gives taxpayers break assembly rejuimkan leader jamw emetj iiÂ«td as a victor for tho tattpayet the ttocisioa by s stole supreme court justice that the carat koannniraltoa hod dtogait delayed implementation of a reduction to ik personal income ux approved by the stata legiatotora i__i m'*,,w c pitt to mem hatnded down from his ttf__w chambers found that state tin commissioner jnnoo tally had failed to comply with ik mandate of section 971 of th tax low thn taction rd the taa 3 law onarted july 11 ist reduced the ma-timum las rate on personal income skaaa 917 from 11 percent to id perrent effective jon i 1991 tho corey administration had ought to daisy the effective dot of the toa cul by delaying th issuance of t*a withholding table uaed by employers so that the new rate would not go into affect until april 1 emery charged to court pansra that this deity forced oa interest free loan from an estimated i million tstpayers far more than a yoar ami 1991 too returns war filed 1 ruling although setting an important precedent that will suit charged delay in - - -- - â– â€¢- w Â»-â– aj â– 1 111 t'ip.o*.i(jiin|r f '^. i'uw ''**â– "' â– â– wr "â– "' ~-' torw'l f^*â„¢jn"i implementation of tax law bar tko nkalalnra-tott from delaying ****** tea reductions failed to enter Â« further towering of the withholding tax rate so m to give hock ta the taxpayer the amount over-withheld from jan i through april 1 emery in a suit bled jointly with assemblyman wilko stephens the ranking republican on the ways and mean committee had contended thai the delay to changing the tax rate wat reaping an extra 91 million per day km the note treasury although th court did not immediately order the tax dept to return this one-year interest-free toon to the taxpayer the proration set is an important on since it will forte gov Â«'< v to obey tho law of the state to th future emery raid in a statement emery pointed out thst this waa the third time tint an aggrivod taxpayer hod tone Â«; forced to go into court to successfully challenge iha carey admin istration's interpretation of state law in previous esses the carat administra tion had bran found guilty of illegally impounding slate aid to localities sad -â€¢( improperly trying to impose tko tales tot on cable television fee a missing black subject of fbi investigation deputy attorney oen ml char r renfrew sod kenneth starr coun selor m toe attorney off-oral were rant to atlanta go recently by attorney general william preach smith to confer wttk official tkara shout the continuing murders and disappearance nt aim mm arm km black children 9ft_i-fbh smith said the offkiols were dtapstched st the requen of president ron aid reagan who had been contacted by atlanta li-inn iimai mlitm iii *â€¢****" m **(Â»* maynard jack win the fbi ha boaa providing sxtensfvo sup port to total tow enfarca ment sgenetos to th a\t____m_*m a m______o august r b^mm 9w^w bbmmwo nokwommx to the investigation of the crimea the attorney general ana m wished to become acquainted with the feder al ride ha horn to data aod to determine whether additional sown ance could be provided to the total sulhoritioa community concern ; remember the count it number of black skmrs and brothers of all aÃŸoa dying throughout america daily jb-tommr writ to the u n today requesting this tragic affair be placed on ihe agenda wrttoto the u 8 represenuuvetotho un m u n plats n v 10017 tko lit you ssvs maybe your own pitts to discuss 22 caliber killer on tony brown's journal on tot mar 7lh at _ pat on channel 7 wkbw.tv councilman mom pill will mmm on ton brownsjouun al discussing the killings â€¢^ the 23 caliber killer in mkk _____,_. .: mr brown has done s two-part series on th murder in atlanta and buffalo the show on msr 7th it th second port th public is encouraged to watch this program cocktail party set for councilman pitts a reception and cock tail patty sponsored by th committee ta re-elect lame w pitta council ana tor the euwoa dis trict will be held fri march 6 at little harlem hotel 499 michigan aye . from 9 to 7 p m job service office relocates effective march 3rd j l winlkur *Â» â– Â« the buffalo *â– **â– * new york stats ** ****Â»> announce yiotocatan of the down mto job service â– Â£&* far induetrial snd **?**â– openings j _****** â€¢Â«â– Â«** i st m mam st buffalo on me second floor this change i effective mar 3rd person interested to tin city of buffalo ceta openings wilt alto be servktd at tkto location the farmer location of them servke st 210 franklin st end 69 huron Â« will m vacated eftor uve feb 27th don mullins leaves wufo for new destination many people are con cerned and asking for the roaj wary tm !>Â»Â» mutiiae who km been oa integral port of ike rnwoiiaat-s if-a field fat the pan 19 years oad gnaws mm ager of wl'fo radio since 1999 toy don i have arena sstkras problems with the ortwlo wktok appeared to the courts t-ioraoa or ten by jim baker who stated thn the president of sheridan rraa-konng wan wufo to become mm involved to the natoslnsto of broad ail tog if that ha any truth to it then a * the fir too i hara heard *, bersoae lh president af sheridan broadcasting thomas mr kinney ma twrver aaid any of those things to me nor'that the corporation was diesatif-ad â– wat ay m*ton__aa ! if bring caocarasd about tke Â„ > ilii met woll^tstog of buffalo a btock ctuzcn botog coo ceraed sad cohtmittod to the comircna Â» h_rh i tori so atrangty about toet rÂ«mm 1 could be gudty hut if i had an do afl over agato my comma manta ** ittld ' ho ** artl * un same " 1 thought a wo neraraary dan ran â– th public heard from ate perwa-ally and aot from don muu-iv issues convention 2nd follow-up by abdullah u?qma i tw __-...___ :"â€”- - ----- mmm -. .Â»__. mm issum convention met at bbw itooraaoos hospital doris young auditorium highlighting a report to tm people from tho black leadership 1 or urn i 1111 l and tho viewing of both aides nf the hih-.<tl mall i uniting issue along Â»Â»â– â– â– swit't^itn^^w rao ras a oa-^m^noo an^arar hvis with updates from snow of the 1:1 regular committoea tha blf was formed m a meant to monitor polka efforts to solve the murders of black men they meet every saturday morning at 55 grape st a *â€¢ 30 a.m they represent leader from religion social organizations politic kducation and business th convener of the convention assemblyman arthur 1 eve mousse hope that the view of the convention will manifest themselves to th blf priori tie the prevailing opinion of tho attending the convention is that the rlf tow been very successful their success lies not in the fact that they have either stoooed the killings or apprehended the killer rather that the hate stopped a race war the majority of the white citizens of buffalo erie county and america are middle-of-the-roader even if they don't like a low they will defend and protect it because it is the law of the land the nazi's and kkkers know if they can provoke blacks into killing innocent whites that they will eliminate the middle ground causing a full scale race war the xxx devised an almost sure fire formula for provoking violence while blacks and white liberals were making plans to have a big celebration on the steps of city hall to honor the tote dr martin luther king jr the â– *Â»> Â« mm ;.:â– .:;,':. im '-';-" - . xxx get a permit to koto a white rapretnin rally on the asm spot first the kkkers are american rkisimt a ith c-swslkattooa right to poocefully ossoralili and www any opinion anode anytime i dr king and too htoot t went to jail eiottnak^t thn very ram right snd wss defended by the u * government even on this holiest of holy dor fat american took mattock the klan would hora been wrong and self-defeating the oil * ___* ... around wu mamata ttie nl,r mo os fipdtmm ihi trap for tkto we ora grateful the hook erknu mall housing question hinged upon whether muniri p*l housing would could tm should be a money making venture members from the audience *Â«. the heads of tha standing officials straight they pointed out that 1 fu 1 â€¢ housing is basically tor people who cannot afford to buy or rent proper shelter on the sown market 2 publk housing's first priority is to the need not the income example - a single person with one bedroom may pay mere than a family with four bedrooms 3 publk housing an act of publk charity not a source of pablk revenue public housing is * symbol of america * grestness america is one of very few nations tint does not have hordes of street people infested wkk b duping in gutters abandoned buildings or tents in the midst of winter deformed by unset bones and â€¢ or eating out of garbage casta a nation's greatest wealth is ra people anything lhat is spent on the health and welfare of it citizens does not drain the nation's treasury rather increases the nation Â« wealth christian exhibition bus trip planned rochester n v - a chartered bas will be going to detroit mich . on a christian exhibition on july 25th at 9 aw . and will return at 11 p.m tint evening th tor it 9*o per person children over 12 half price thw price includes two meals phis todgtog while there v vrryooe to ermkome to participate for totorma lion call to st luke rakitato church n ma ss dom miluvs rmpkÂ«Â»7 1923 1981 criterion press and still th no 1 wny central cities largest press on i.ti nat neon open every uwtk vi ttory vow wore our catenae ervotg our canotwrtme vuw'v utt gotta jn up ha a copy im the baiiaki ( rumor ovary war â€” lot out rfl_r national Â» upstate nat york oldeti arid m mmar*i pre â€” the orÂ»v <* ny nonaro pop that * regatered a a bona tide m*wqs under da march 3 1171 art ol cony o â€” miliar ij na lotm â– '
|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1981-02-25|
|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||1981-02-25|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||Buffalo & Erie County Public Library|
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|Digital Collection||Buffalo Criterion|
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