Buffalo Criterion, 1982-11-03
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â€¢ ysl-argr&s'ri-'^rj accredited msxriry l^spa-per â€” fearwcins raid leginirute circubtwn o postagt paid llÃŸmit no hit but alls ***** x*Â«os rochester niagara region t . â€” a vol 'â€¢" â€” fee 43 lli-*.|*Â»4>**i ncjvkmiuti 18 it the buffalo criterion uncf benefit planned for nov 21st buffalo gears up for parade of stars krie county youth ser vices ctimmissiorter john a johnson is the i 9**2 deneral chairman for th united negro college fund's annual lou hast i parade of stars television special me heads a committee of over 200 volunteers from buf falo and western new york state who are prepar ing for the tjncf fund raisin sptsriai that airs on wivb channel 4 on sat . nov 21st from 7 to 11 p m this is a critical period for higher education said mr johnson the money we raise in buffalo ill help some of the most disadvantaged students in the nation we hope this will be the moss successful parade of stars vet over mo students en rolled in uncf's 42 private historically black colleges and universities came from buffalo and western new york hosted hs lou raw ed marion and leslie i ggam from the stage of the lasyegas tropicana hotel the special will feature some of las vegas top emssm*m*mayem peÂ«-fr f tnev moat pot hn aatoag those ycrvxrn ing hsraig the u*mr-ht*mr variety epecx al are cÂ«b baste frank smmsi ji.'/jjor a b k-tg ru-jafa mills and til 4Â«ib-y at it count community coil city caroptis tad hnrac a im drrec r of federal and state aid for the city of buffalo a emnmr ffcsa-chat-nrnen of the buffalo para nt stars cc ays mitt this is th third veer that wtvb-tv c*hanrwÂ»l 4 -... ccmthhuted m studios and air time for the parade of stars celebrities alumni and unc colleges and univer sities i*rpi-i**sei*itotoreÃŸ from area business cixic and ct-ri-nrauriity organiza tion and local * ports celebrities xr_l appear during the parade of star to pledge then support to the united negro college fund this year approximate ly 50.000 students many of them educationally or financially disadvantaged are enrolled in uncf's 42 colleges and universities oxer half of these students come from families that earn less than 12,000 annually more than 90 rcent of these young â–º**.! pie require financial assi-itance to underwrite their college education is a a .Â» *__ bat i crated negro pp fund cvcmegsra *__ uâ€”rt-t-r r **-_ mr ia-l_ka y a-e_g prer-opk r*4t_d not hew as eaam mmmtt to txtmssn a eaaÃŸÃŸf e_a tie i " th latted kmgr cc keg fund is banes try us motto a iÃŸirid us a ten ktmag to ***** ' dr neil j oc-on_el !>*â€¢Â« of acb-bbb affair program designed to eliminate fradulent calls n*w york telephone will launch a new program nest month designed to eliminate fraudulent third number calls placed from pay phone last year third number calls - rails which a customer bills to a number either than the one being called or railed from â€” w*r responsible for a m.i million ins to the com pany fraud from third number all ha more than tripled over the past four years although less than half of the two million all hilled each month to a thini number are from pay phones *.:â– percent of third number fraud comes from public telephones in cirder to check this f rowing deficit new york telephone is beginning a program in which opera tew will verify such call by phoning the billed number and confirming center of the charge if no sty answer at the billed number or if se*-mei-tn answers and does not accent th charge the call wiu not be out throogh in th past operators allowed rails to go through yen if they could md obtain verbal accep tance of the charge paving the war for th change beginning nov ist operators will inform customers making their number rails of th new practice to lie implement ed dai ist most pet-pie should weu-omc the new practice because it will protect customers from being hill ed for unauthorired call while these unwarrented charges can he adjusted by calling the telephone busi ness office fraudulent third-number calls have isotonic an increasingly irksome problem to both business and residence customers said company spokesman pete goodale people who make num erous calls away from their home or office and prefer not to carry around a lot of change can obtain a calling card â€” * telephone credit card which i cheaper to use than placing third-number calls columnist to be radio program guest critarrioa cuhamh eva m uojle win be the guest em wben radio on sunday evening mot 7th at 11:08 p.m to discus her hoc buffaloa community th program is tied vie*'a->ir,t and is host ed by garfield hmt-a dave mack surprised with birthday party a greeks lllrthdav parly for david mack waa ai*em by hi lovely wife mary recently in their heaauful heat a lledl place a host of family friend and well wishers attended the bala occasion mr mark's sisters lines walter juls mack and grandson jamal mercy al-te elalÂ»r*t*d their birthdaya which were earlier is the aaawttk the photo show from left jala mark aadrey mack daughter mrs mary mack david mark lit jamal morey marlgin mark d*tie**i*r and clary waiters â€” critcmrm phartat self-help committee being formed at st luke th nell help commit tee is being formed at st uk ame ion church 314 e.ferry st at 7pm tuewtat nov 16th for simple self-respect and the etopment of group trssnglh the committee will work to strengthen the i*rtcÃŸia>onal system de sksp community organ i a such m the naacp push sclc the urban league the issues cc-mvtmiion local social trmiipa etc th help commit to will strive toward t***rrhe*4ogical and eco nomic freedom for the community wherever comparable slue are available with reasonable convenience all of our needs * or mod and services will be serviced from within our own communities from enter prises that provide the most benefits to us al every senior citizens location the committee prc-tposs-s to have volun teers to take down com plaints and forward them to the proper officials social â€¢ mutate and other interested partieis xsho will provide solutions they are convinced that by f^fr-i niamiimirivâ€”iiaii-tf-mn rrtaaiaini * i having a written record that they can hold our public servants and leader accountable the senior citizen s-ol unteer will compile all complaints and turn them os-er to the appropriate committees of the issue convention naacp push sclc and other organized groups who wi'l make sure that th get into the proper hands in this manner the commit tee can follow-up to make sure that the complaints are acted upon and satis fied membership in the self heap committee wiu be open to representatives of every religious group every social twa-aniratio-n every labor organization every fraternity and soror ity every elected official and every minority mem ber of the community the self-help commit tee invites the public to join them at st lukes me church at 7 p.m onnov th to help do something for ourselves rev andrew e whit ed it host pastor and abdullah luqman is con venor appreciation service lauds area minister an appreciation service for rev henry hall evangelist and columnist for the buffalo criterion we recently held at trinity baptist church 11 spruce st rev hall who is affectionately known a father hall has adopted reâ€”ay of the i-rei area clergy end their wiv*a as m children th photo shews rev hall center a be i surrounded by his c *â€¢_*â€¢_â– rassrmmr*t and great grandchild â€” criteria phtxt mrs g johnstone to address men's club ta c jaas-_aâ€”ou , mrs d brace m-m-mj tha ilâ€”xrc-a ot kar_i_ij tor thr i et bet-tv - ... â€¢__***_ the totpic fj--f iblo how can we pbsr for the fw_rt whe at art-wubsbi the centra park ht club an ua*j**r**s brian '.'â€¢ busts sj-a.'-u-sirâ€”jb tor th club thi event tabic is stpen u the public help jtttgir th tilth aa**â€”im of us i'entrsj park men cms ann will bt amrmed at 6 41 p m sstth th f apmi batik-wing al f p.m em tw . no uth ad th central fark umu-d viet-.all church al mm ns beard and weslex **â€¢ â€¢. net in the i â€¢-.'.â– Â« park area tsf buffalo mrs its**â€”isausne iâ€”recta a hwchly ntxâ€”basâ€”m staff that tm at-ung the admim travury ami t-t-m*wtiet*a in rc_n for tvmprtfhensisv bar land use preserve on pl_-_uzig and thr ret .-:. : oi tsn-lg code and orx_bnees her â€¢-,â€¢â€¢>.â€¢ ci .*!..'.>* include poucs plan ing serving as an inter f-t-wvcrt-rwasrul bason and supt-nukwi ol rslanrurig jtmuysis and prctgram sahtauttn she rtht-isedher ba at the vnisersits of kansas summa cum iau.w in v*\m her m.a.t f*rom harsarsl i'niss-raits in '."â€¢â€¢â€¢.â– â– .; another master's !â€¢->-.. m i'ublfc adminis uaii.iti from pennsylvania stale university national anti-nuclear expert to speak dr i:,iÂ»wri s marshall r<iâ€”atdastsl of daa-rrsen col lege in am invites the ,-â€¢".. i public to m**mw**p\*m m no â‚¬*}%*** ft speech by ih roger c ktcas nder trap '_â– *'-* expert tm th pr,*m*rn of nuclear mat dr m der i the founder and executive three ret " round 7-ero iesr),,uer!.-r is svaah ington i c ih molander darted the zero ground week vanr nationally th event will tak place bt ipm on veteran's day thursday nov 11 in the ark j vvirk center of daemen college 4.w main st amherst dr molander will ad dress th topic of what are the politics of nuclear war he will be introduced by '* anti nuclear leader dr fred m snell ground zero is a non-partisan nuclear war education project which produces materials and sponsor activities design ls ia*lliliiia.atl*iwiaw.i.u i â– ~ mim ed lo educate and involve the merle people on the issue of nuclear war dr lander was form erly a member of th national stscurily council staff from 1 974 1981 serv ing closely with president nixon ford and carter he prepared all of the analytical material for salt 11 negotiations daemen i resident for aca demic affairs patricia j curtiss will chair this 'â– . â€¢â– â€¢-,â€¢ dr roger c motets world community day observance nov 5th the world community day service this year looks at the universal problem of scarcity/abundance the rev robert wil son pastor of our saviour lutheran church will be the leader of the day the program will be held at the central presby terian church main st at jewett pkwy . from 9:30 a.m to 2 p.m mrs carl jacobs and mrs john urban are co-c hairperxon . mrs roriert wman of the central presby of the church is in charge is 2.00 new york state has governor-elect u tttta ma m cvsm-sshl **â– the osa-wsvcmmt ef*t7i for ne*-w^*ork j**tate winning the tuesday st-y 2nd eix*-t-*tictn by m-i t eve lewis e 1.-hrman br-ahert j bc-he the right to lute party candi date pis^r-ewi l of the vote with is.mi team most polls ha cus*imi jesting lehrman by 10 to 12 percent and the close win was a mt turpi to fas-sett of the state mr cuomo along with his tat ssidc vkttory helped to sweep into office the state assembly and vat senate alatea in erie cam _ * , la i-thei race ed aid tnrdl regan * *â€¢ â€¢..;,,-, ed h*s * o-ttiptrssllri u ** ******** daniel k*_i bo and nys ttt-tte vav-xs^wrsfw p.c>b**rt abrama ssiiifwm coui t winners tv-mas p flaherty irs ing pedes man john 11 lh*-n frest*nck marsha and it-sh-cg f frarrcla t*Â»lh*r taints wet erie stminiy judex joÃŸs-ph s forma buffalo city court judge mar>;ait*t r aniierÃŸon and keen.ii braun was ra ato-ft erie county sheriff proclamation signed for eeo conference the hun edward h rutkowski county execu tive will sing ihe pi i-.iti blum i the equal opportunity conference on nov bth in the county executive office the hon lames griffin mayor of buffalo will aign b h li 11 lilt mil tm the equal i ip-yortunity confer ence on nov bth at 10 a.m in the mayor's office it city hall the conference will ll held on nov 12th in the ststlei hotel and will be . htihtsesi of mat rut a ss it i * hup in the ret*â€”bb sous room followed by a luncheon in the terrace room lenience l vickei will be the luncheon apnakat mr 11 aery is th general director ol employment ltd at inn for general mi tots corp detroit mich the them fur the eif*r ence la managing the hallenge f change county personnel dept gets excellent rating erie county executive eadward j rutkowski ha praised personnel com missioner stanley h i gora and his tat on winning a rating ol excel lent in a stall manage ment survey covering eight years the department came through with flying colors the state civil service commission attributed the findings to what it tern-tad an extremely well trained and dedicated staff mr rutkowski said the report acknow ledged that th number of recommendations for im pre.vem-'iit was minimal due to the excellence erf the operate the survey team interviewed top county officials and found what it described ** a ccimmon feeling of highly effective peri ormance he added th personnel dept admint*te*r civil aw roc rule for crtunty gov*m irnertt as xrell as emplov e*e of 25 tosma 16 village 2 school districts and 16 sptscial districts over the aodit period use department conducted 1 ihi eiaminations far 71 257 applu ant th report noled thai the only t4*-wra--b had improved tince 1974 when it was rated **-* ami i rmr.mmendi-.i thai the county cr-nsider tpanding the depart ment's pai-ucipation in rotirity data ptocessttlg a tost of provisional ap wiir.iirw*>nis in the at-te-rtc of compl-hed ciamii--t_m showed a derln from ft 4 percent cd com petti iv rla employees in 1*74 to 4 ft percent this year the commission pro-i/ionce-d that especially note worthy when rem.pared to 1 statewide average rd 10 7 percent i think tit report is a rec-ht to mr agora hi pre-datce-wcir ***** v clark and ttertuly per botaml ( i--.rr...Â«*i.inr hrvir j ia i abac wa happy that our effort to circulate test rvsice wide fy iivrodirig channels 7yemms miriority group wee svatfl received mr r.i:k.--wÂ«iti said â€¢ 1923 i'fsj criterion press and still the no : wny c-er*rÂ«l cam â– . m*g*gaaa**mmmmmm largest press '*,' â€¢â– '... â– â€”. aâ€”-i â– Â«,â€¢.- v*ry araea â– > *â– â€¢â€¢, ,*.' eeee m Â»******. a**tia*aj our urea t * 'â– ' â€¢ Â«, tal m * to - * ' t btain cite-iwrs vrr w***t â€” t orsi 20 â– 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|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1982-11-03|
|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||1982-11-03|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||Buffalo & Erie County Public Library|
|Publisher of Digital||Image was scanned by Backstage Library Works in Bethlehem, PA.|
|Digital Collection||Buffalo Criterion|
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