Buffalo Criterion, 1982-09-15
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vol s7 _ *** â– Â» the buffalo criterion vvt^iy *. lc-rgest & only accred__d^_t_o^rv*nt?_w â€” fcatu^^pjud lt*--*;t_rrv_ttccticvtbtioi-i ii.s postage paid rfkmh no m .-" tajiiruo evs u*<-*s **_>%_ day stl'tl vmlh t"v 21 t!w rochester niagara region crucial vote keeps area waterway open house subcommittee restores funding for black rock locks washington - rep *\ m f*a*mr henry j nowak i bflo has announced that s key hfiuse subcommittee hs voted to restore funding that would insure contin ued operation of buffalo's black rock lock beyond ot ist aid reflect the broad congressional dissatisfac tion with the administra tion s user fee proposals it also represent tbe vital first step in the legislative process to continue federal funding in the upcoming fiscal year so service on these projects will not be interrupted a i havn said reps-etedly i continue to be confident that this congress wi.'l take the necessary teps to insure this continuity of service the house appropria tions subcommittee on energy and water agreed to rest<-.re fundinjr in the fiscal year starting oct j for 176 navigation proj ects including the blark rock lock that the rea gan administration had proposed to shut down in the absence of a new program of uÂ«r fees to cover operating cosujof tbe corps of f'ngineera today's sction by the subcommittee nowak a aa i umat iimiiiiiiim n the money bill approv ed now must also be considered by the full appropriations cf-mmitte and eventually be approv ed by the house and the senate for president rea gan's signature groups give donation to roswell park pant imperial potentate dr ravm.md k la *...â€ž left is shows a ist present to th ( harts **__? l*<*"**"h sari memorial 1n * check for > ***** for watt in t ******* research h is assisted by as imperial ( mmnnrlrrs of the daughters of lsis dt margarti bryant and dr aaron elk th shriner medical director from **,-.-Â» â€ž-â– . city i set additional photo on page 4 candidates respond to questioning with tb s ;.-â€¢-,- â€¢..' primary flection Â„ km target the new <'*.-.'..*...,-. tor equal right h*t announced the '.-,,'- f,f it poll ot < si-y.a .,".< rm th r>*u*l high amend it***n4 tb coal .- a i local ffiliat of th r iirmal a new day beyond eh a campaign asked the t anrlii fr ovrrrcor stat anse.nhly nd senate the 11 s henat anrl the 11 â– . of kepres-'fitatives if tliey will tipport th fhuhl right amendment when it gain corns to a vote the contest primary race candidate for new ytirk senate who r ( i t*fl affirmatively nt ilavul 11 kelly of the ft7th district and anthony mas ieljii nf the nth histriil pjul tokasr ami eugene * ill-11*11 who an un â– if .|-.,-..,) in he i lem ml it lirimsry in the mii ami i*nh districts respective ly two support the f.uual rights a mendment fi ft y â€¢ seventh district candidate william staihowski told interviewers thai he can not take a stand on the era because he has never read it anthony maateqo ui support of the amend ment said i will actively campaign for the passage of e ba in our democra tic conference and debate the u*u when it reach the senate flfmr for a vote william paulv who i opposing incumbent ukl ter j flos in ihe 4.oth ih.ttu i ha expressed in support of the fqtial right amendment tn mt***t tt'v . with resprcen uuves of the c,talith.n senator flos atd that he ha ma been . proponent f such issue in the past nd won't consider it until it come up in the legislature in th 141 st asst.ml.lv district both dem.m-ratic candidate arthur 0 v nd minnie c.illette indi cate their support for the amendment ahh<yugh m gillette unpo-t re drafting *- era legisla ****** republican candi date uws-erv . c davis did art respond in the 14mb assembly ihstrict democratic candi date timothy i/tvallo and cart m nasca mtticated tbetr u-jpnrt of the era other candidates m that primary race did Â»/ rÂ«*prs_j iff,alio taid ttirt-vigb r â– *;;,â– . t .. and art is c lr*bbyir.g fr sta r i will lr f t r,rj.,r ment of the federal era n'asra responded affirm i.v l-to th rjitr_*__na_r*r aiuutiyt tltril he ' h ut a evt atserrittlynrcari and v>nt//r ry.nÃŸ with m to vol for passage of the amendment 11l the rare tut govt rnor lk.tli edward k<*t ar.d mario cuomo tiast mdi rated their support for th t.i|ual kiglit amendment while w ' * lifiiir.ii aunt paul i'urrafi failed lo respcmfi to the t-uealioft ..... ilepublican candidate for 11 s senate muriel siebt-rt itntl whitney key rririur both support ths equal rights amendment floranca sullivan did not respond ms sieberl ald i will â€¢.,,.,,â€ž.,â€¢ biloptintiiif the era in the senilis and um the influ tn of my office to ioliby for it pus.ago wilh my rnileagues in the new york i-,lrtliir a â– canvn result from districts which have un ciinleslftl pi iuutt ifs will lie announced prior to the noveiritier election i the c.tat'li an tor ftjual right romnrised of null viduals and representa tives of some 17 local organizations does not endorse individual candi dates however th coalition tat voters to vote lot candidate aho support the equal rights amendments tht coali tion will moot sept 29th at 7.30 at the clearfield library in amherst to discus the primary re sults planning for activi ties related to the nosem ber general election will take plact on oct 13th at 7:30 p.m at the allen kemp opens headquarters to hold dedication ceremonies tbe jack kemp re elec tion headquarters ha officially opened at 30 main st , hamburg v v ceremonies dedicating the headquarters will >, held sat sept 25 h*p n . ning at 11:30 m congressman jack kemp tsill bo there to officiate and address those in attendance the public i invited and refreshment will be served i.it brunner has been nam , campaign dinn-tor h2 she will be assisted by vi hippert and mi chel gullet tbe headquarters is open 9 a.m to 6 p.m monday through satur day anyone wishing to volunteer may contort headquarters at ms 3967 workman appointed **_. the b|**|*<*it*tm*^r.t ih !___-" s w'o-_t_i jt to bankmg effk-t-t snd man a af m-t rank mÂ»in flet**an oftae has tw-t-a sfve.-t.ri ...: by .â– Â» ft v _â– _Â«â– - v*r '"-.â€¢-.,.', at and ttmg â€¢ _ s*ie men agar id lb bank city fe-^hjfa x k^*>.tt*-ia**t*r of the t_b_..t>*t*tan fifth t-**7 main st be is responsible for the overall cjevelop m t nd inairita.fi m atscounx tviat.-on-srups _â€¢ p'-ir-iwrtut'ii ol pnxiuc-t ba **' e***_ras tt.i bpmr â– *â– *...... :_.....- i v k fv.v n mart mr v-_man mat deput v.i to the o**l-fsÂ«r*-cb of new york cm urban aft mr workman ba bad ri^-trally footed mv | hank in fo bad **Â«'. ari of the mam dvtavaii Â«>â€¢â€¢*.â€¢*> ft-oni tÂ»ts to jji a native of the western set york area mr f workman u"*iuli*si the stat t'nil entity ol set tork at buffalo h is a nnembs-r ot tbe !'..'-.. area cbamtser ot t'twnnistc and the loser rtcrr'a i.'*.*rutiv commit lee of minority bijainaaa l*evs4oumeni mi v ark-nan his wtf :â– -*.â– â– â– amt ibetl three children re*ide in duff alt dsatri s uoriÃŸtÃŸ jr chachets commenmorating susquicentennial to go on sale 0 * bÂ»**j*j â€¢â– mm*aÃŸmm mm**r a****wm*^l%*m mayo imam h '___Â». honorary chairman of i buffalo '_â– -Â„.-. j v -. . mma aad rmgjrmm tsmm^^kamrmmt !>__ p *. su*<4tÂ»r*--i-*i_ra-i philatolk event chair m bat n*_u*-a*#d -.â–º_ th f/ffjciaj s*-*r--r-i*_tai*-n nial m rr a b a mas at th pvwacki po*t america-i u-.v-r h*h a paÂ«.*r*Â»w*iri *â– â€¢<* !.* ;.-'.â€¢ frrive from if a m , _-, y p m on sÂ«_n , sept ittth to m-*mm*_wa th $_-*. fjumt.tenr.ial closing c*-**tm_y and keelmg f h tim cÂ«p*t_i a t>fÂ»cial hesquaentan nt-1 f s ptrst off station wili ft set u p Â„ j ple*a<ki post tm seam l"Â«h from |(| a m . v i pm for ft sf-*cjal cantellatif-n cachets n **** i tour will u availabl utr si im the aala f unit riwhet wiÃŸ include the three ta hrt made availahle on th ity t birthday apr mli plut an additional special ia hrt rommem rating â€¢___ sept 19l aa cÂ«*rt-*r*j.-_r.t and *-* wtjl r â– â– *** btsiiaiaj bbwb,-t tÂ«i â€¢- *--._.*-* tba city f buffalo aaa*mamgaakgkss km*aa urm ctaunettasralxtig use t_t_-**-*r _ unit sia as a c_y __ ___, . - a btmmi tmsed vci^taeset <_*__- y effort far taa a**r***a the aervtc stni rra-un -. at ********* saw ur Â«__-***. tr-vr .*__*_ r *.*â– *:,-. ts aad *_*â€¢_* â€¢;.'*:.../Â«;.'.â– â– ,.:, lo ;,'->.-:,,** 'â– 'â– *â– un s_-_r-y *_ tuiut ,Â«<â™¦'._ -*â€¢ tn of baffajo l_*f fit sary tb llÂ«ff_k t**t*-*ial c_vnut*-m in â€¢** formed tn turn ipo * â€¢ mÂ«yfÂ«r james d griffin u f up*t>ia , coot rf.nate and over impie mentotwn ef all â– ' < trtaiai at-tivrties and eatme test effort ctanpnsaig ihe yemr-kmg reiehrati ktmekt j nth .* '. ftaatdtat and chairman of college president to address 60 senior citizen club presidents dr robert s marshall pre.i.lent of daemen col lege in amherst trill address sixty presidents of senior citizen club at iiho p m on wed , sept 22 in the secfmd fw meeting room f t j p jewish center of buffalo at 787 delaware ana this announcement Â«, a , made by john wilcrak presi dent of the council of senior citizen clubs of buffalo and erie county dr marshall will ad dress the topic how Â»* as education superior 50 years ago he has already addressed sever large senior ct./.-n group on this topic previous lo ming president of ds*m*>n col lege dr msrsball was the associate director of aca demic affairs at tbe cornell university divi sion of biological science sÂ«istant professor st the state university of new york college at rrorkport instructor st the statr universitt at new * orn college at c-eneseo re search assistant at michi gan state university and research assistant fr.r the ht_if an fv mrtm*nt of ih marshall serves 8 . **> advisor to the new york stat conservation party regarding education and tonic waste party to benefit philharmonic tbe friends of the philharmonic and wbl'f 93-fmi are sponsori a party with the stars for the benefit of the philharmonic it will be held wednes day evening sept 22 6 p.m at mother's bakery t.n.t cocos and rath - all on virginia place in downtown baf fain it will be an opportunity for everyone to mingle with such celebrities as oep opera star dennis cole county executive ed rutkowski ennembers of the bill and jills the stallions and fillies local radio and tv celebrities playboy bunnies musi cians from the bpo including conductor ju bus rudel and other surprise guests tickets are 810 in advance and 816 at the door they may be purcr_sved at all cbrick's ltxations wbuf mothers bakery t.n.t cocos and father afl-cio council recommends support for pordum at a mt-rttÃŸg nild t tb mar manor the * <_*-_â€¢_*** on iy_ka fdocetkm of the buffalo bq-oo council m-om n*--wl-*cl that lrÂ»jp--l*4**r f rsr.t i Â» p tt id km t ena-rsert hy me entire union rr**n-**ership for election to the k'ttb stat assembly district seat mr pordum a full time grant legislator from tbe town of hamburg is cuirer-tly engaged in s i-v-noc-atic primary con test t>itb sit other candi dates he has pledged th same type of gra root representation in the sew wk state assembly thst he has delivered to his constituent as a county legislator the afircio council represent ten o thous and ftf labor related employee in ih western n y'orl area last rites held for mrs isabelle norfleet funeral services for the late mrs fsabelle lewi nor fleet were held on friday sept 10 at 1 p m . from holy temple church f)f cod n christ 72 i . . . is . â– 'â– ''""â– â– â– 'â– â€¢_ ..â€¢'. h morther vrrfie aa bt-irn on december 30 1k96 she was on of four daughter bora to lb taa mr and mr andrew ivioietl ids la 1!#13 h â€¢**Â» tatted in tiotv mÂ»i.i-r.â€žt j ta tha i*4 l';:ir i vs.v *.-'. 1 this union seven cbiksk-ti wrr born two of <.*â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ rÂ»-s*t\b\i bet in ieaxk k-rfsithy arid th-*Â©dv mother no_t?*-4 mt--rs>d ..> iv_t'_.v m v and became a member of lb _ luke ame sen cliurcb under the leader ship of rev hen dur jail she later became a member of tbe church of ood in christ no i cuntoti _.*, patitored by the late elder t j jenifer she ss an a faithful ant ...-.*>, al .-.'. member of 11 cbutsh under the pastorate ot elder jenifer and alÂ».i turuig ihe leadership it the lsu ii*!i..i e f mccletlan who pastured holy temple church ol i n.i in chriat until ikkl called htm boma she wa * mi â– â– â€¢ > of the senior choir tbe motber's ibiard tbe ves per i h'uf and the hospi tality club â– ** wotb-rrl untiringly with th mi tionary prayer haa far many years visiting lb *_-*, encouragi â€¢.â€¢*.â€¢â– witnessing for christ and doing all the or-ald do fat th glory end *--Â„Â«- h jod she a a ready tn do mkakeetm maa aakad of bet be mafias what the task tit tb*l hojf a a result of f**t dr*dj--ttj to tbf chant and it various programs t*b was ff.*f tn-r.-u i called faithful when ft bsvam t/*o it i n i*4 atts-nd hor ttmtffcts ***** prsyor weir tdwan on ih churrh ami tiw members m-nbet w fleet wb faithful to her family br tnt-nd and km mother sotseet .â€¢-â€¢.-... into b*r b*fÂ»yv---ity tea n m-****day kisu : c*si $. 19*2 statitning hÂ«t ***** cb__*b c**r\*kk pahaer tutt itu&ht va-wis km .".'..â– ,.Â»>. mrfk ruby uc_l tag pan cam u**_a 4a-v tbitt*--n rf-*-jsj sbtkirvn t"ss*nte-rn gyy-al gta**itt*bild*v*r 4Â»rr i'*ur grt-at s**ieat grand children a t-btugh â€¢ uar^vbaaa ttwu *. | lewi st'irral c*rx**4 nephew and Â« bvÂ»*t of vvihvt relattse m sttends klderu allen sp_l pastor ot holy tempi co jic ottkiated at the ser _>*.' tbe thomas t edward funeral home inc ss mth-r internum ss in forest l_wn cemetery mr isabel notfwet black political caucus makes endorsements tbe northern region ki i political i rtui us auli region lir.it it meeting nun , sept tilth at ss in i time the fullowing en lii ii mis weie made jorvernor marion n no state attorney oenerel hubert abrama new york stat senator anthony mssiello county judge joseph vurma ami f'itv tourt judge marit garet anderson and h .. i ili.fi stat i imp !.*-*.*> jackson t vice president nl the northern region black political caucus mccall will win if hy abdullah luqman 11 carl mccall will win th democratic nomination for lieutenant frovernor if the black koch neonle and the rlai i ( uf-ftio freople reslae that die are black people first it is an individual . right to choose what matter that he wishes to serve aa governor however il is our duty to vt-te lor ii rl mccall .Â» right entail freedom of choice but a duty it vital for your own survivall nolkklv loves us and ill do ttie most for us tÂ»ut one of us carl m all will win if the black people who are registered to vote will vote for him mccall is already ahead in some of the polls many of the poll ha*e not even taken into account the highly successful voter registrstion drives among black and other minorities the only way that carl can lose the nominations for lt cjovernor are if those minoritie registered do not vote or their v ot are stolen there are many legal ways to steal an ethnic group's power i the ballot th most common manner is to divide the votes equal thereby cancelling itself out please do not let this happen to us again right here in buffalo that is their strategy th pmfesai-maj politkians are for cuomo and ih iers are gentlemen for the elevstion of ail of us and generations yet unborn do not kt your dislike for each other fljeatrov th ideal black role-modei h carl tt .*" _' y *â– *"**â– o^^rr buy off all of the effective leader of a pan *.. -..,Â»â€¢ ethnic group another method it comprising the media j . , n commentary before and/or atut cum mercial free tune under publk tervkr and creating technkaj diffkultir for 00 side the life of rev mccall bow boa any i'll can make it to the top fjuii carl war th only male in a broken bom in a tough inner y neighbor hood sr.methimes hi family were barely malt a ,' and somrtim the wet on welfar he ha arisen from ht humble beginning to the nys s r,ai i s delegation to the united nation and now to ihe threshold of the vvÂ»-id highest office in the state of iem york the road was r easy b u t he jr ft a clear m*p so that i-thcr csn fcmtm in r â€¢ .' a,r y ... at a srning age he yoined church and began to work in the church vtv-rk is the r-tscret formula that broughi h carl mccall from th***re to hr u >, church h r...tÂ»rtvcj thai the people that had th bam kÂ»b had the ham education he tean-i-vt in church tf.Â»f wtl black children could j&iyw >>â– >â€¢ aad b**--s_ri*te doctor tatt-f snd busine-t p*-*opl a well a r*Â«r j end dtfnestk he ay i wa giver a -***-*â€¢** of p%irp with reaped to rf.v c t edusatic-n my own *-Â»<***Â«* |._ suit i didn't have i-wnev but it -. i r-ccu-t**d to m that i ts-tÂ«m rv gc v when the mt*mb*r of bis ehoreh mccall see p 7 1923 1981 maawaa*aatm*a**"^mtk*ma criterion press * and still ihe no 1 wny central crr_ra largest press out off â€¢ as lawn o-*-r avery â€¢_â– **>. ol *, r v yaar *_. ma etalent efv-rtq *_* r frtrwrwrimf vosa si flvtiia ivri _â€¢*, is a ctsj tat tt bull coiÂ«.Â»*v v*tli w-fsrli - hs â– ***%â– 20 f v nat dnal is t*fÂ»!*t nt visit wtltrsl a it***t en â€¢>Â«â€¢*Â» - â– -.. m w ny t-vnotrtv a-*-t thÂ»f is i*tftt-tl a a ki.i l*v -**.*-*-***** i untvi ttv marvl is*v ** i 1 ,* â– â– â– â– Â„â€¢â€¢*** - â€¢â– â€¢ !â– â– 'â– *â– - i >â€¢â– -....
|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1982-09-15|
|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||1982-09-15|
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