Buffalo Criterion, 1975-10-11
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and still ww's only official minority newspaper - not lust a free shopper bulk rate handout political or clipout sheet vol 49 â€” no 41 yn satubday octobeb luiitms --â– _ ' > .. ia'^v r^,-..v 'â€¢â– â€¢' das'Â«bt<saaak â– 'â– â– 'â– 'â– '"â– ''" * :â– .â– --....'â– a m waÂ».iaiÂ»m rochester .â€”,.Â»â– %â– Â»&; niagara region the buffalo criterion local isc - national 7tk bethel ame church to crown queen 7 * "-- of in beautiful ladles " ssltl bo crowned qaeen of the 7 r bethel ame 7 church on * friday oct fivm^^smi^m 'â– otonar dance at i the esecn the meter inn â– s seated on the front raw teem left arct kiltie german mrs n mcdatle rev g great ' cremptey,7 pastor mrs ida smith and mr anna foal 7 in the second row from left [ '-"! .'â€¢ ra*_mt*tsm%fr i-&<i ' arm rev jaata tucker mr edna lett mrs boasfa robin son mrs maggie shaw and . mrs peariene jehmsmtl^^m rev a minyard returns from trip si above to y the 7 reverend â– j amelia mtovard concert stag er and matte lecturer who fast returned from a thirty-day trip that her church friends donat ed to her for her good thoughts 'â€¢â– end prayers far them.*'!:7i :; 7 she visited ftma sbrtner convention of prince , hall affiliation marracd court 32 and the daughters of lab fa new orleans la of which . she is s a member irrv.tba convention meet j each year with several thousands in various states 7 august 3rd the brat sun day the rendered a beautiful solo at the durham memorial ame ztaa church 174 east - eagle st ta ' reflate aider the new pastor re marco \ freeman and all the members complimented rev mard's beautiful voice * ; j mr zehaa gary one of the organists at durham church accompanied rev mtayard on the organ . ['â– â€¢ ,'â€¢ rev mtayard i a graduate - of the buffalo bible institute .; now . known â€¢ ..' aa "â– > houghton college buffalo campus ta 1963 5 and ' ha always * dene great religious work " through out buffalo and n-mcsa__i_*v . she is â– member of many religious organisations name ly i the ywca the houghton college women's aaxasnry the women's christian tern 9 pcraoce union the naacp . and j la 7 * j member jat *â– toe ministers international council ef buffalo and vkln mj:ss'-~":'y-y yy ,:â– - while ea her trip die also visited beaten . ad spring field mass hartford conn chicago 01 ortaenta flo and ad ; ttaoagh â€¢ th new england soadiern mb wes tern stale 7 â– rev â€¢â– mtayard ha been : noosed a coacevt stager and a bible tettmrer fee many y cars :''. th cap the i wearing 1 a buffalo bills lead afc east this to th jubilant bench of < the buffalo bills taken during | their victory over the denver broncos with a score of 3a-14 ; o j simpson now ha over '*â€¢- i:i " â€žâ– - ." "';'.-!; '."â€¢ .-â€¢*-'â– ',; 500 yard rushing to bat the third game of the season the imb record to 30 as they are leading the afc east with : victories over the new - york jeto pittsbttrgh steeters and denver broncos - :"" â€” criterion phata ' ' â– y:s;s : y.s : - p o to upgrade first-class mail service i u s postal service i plans upgrade of â€¢. mail service 1,7 i th 0 s p*-**tal service i has announced ' â– thai ii la implementing ha plan to upgrade qrst-claaa i mall see '> ) vice to that it will receive service equal to or better than air m-.il ,-''.' sy 7 this major service improve ment will be effective oct tllh.'''77.v."v v s i oder :.' the flrst-ctass ' fan provement program change in operating and dispatch procettarc * will enable \ the postal servlce 7to 'â€¢ program mare taaa 90 percent of all firstcus mall for next and . second-day ; delivery ''*.-.'_ the j sen ice improvement program applies 7te area-etas . null ; weighing 13 ounces or less â– : \ for the mailing pahlic the practical effect of the '. first class improvement program i that domestic flrat-cta poet age win pure base the level of . service that previously only air , mall could , bay _.;.'- under the " new program there no leaner will be an advantage n . purchasing ah mall : postage lor domestic deliver â€¢ - / dae to the extensive use ef air transportation : * adjust meat in jj collection service s and 7 use of 7 letter sorting ssacau-_*j lit postal sen ice 3rd annual awards dinner held *, jna i etitariwkies toe csatotosn-t service center '[ i i*9o jefferson a buffalo ; presetted *. it third '. annual , ' a f-ttate to block achiever in inda.try al the [ aaeoaj * awattja dinner smmlnyt sept *â€¢*, hi the gotta lei room rof the sutter hfitea hotel shown in the atomm aim some of buff-jo's top official and active rlthens al t * the â– lower ' table ':' are ' m**ar :â€¢'â– colston oemmon hodges 1490 center robert pean of buffalo's eta , program re i j echo j jr paster of first shlloh bap tist church ' among those 1 the head . table arci mayor makowtltl : congressman henry nowak rev g g crnawtay of bethel ame church herb bellamy president of the 1490 center jim mitchell of wbeni aad congressman jack kemp â– "â– .'â– â– â€” critoriaa photo the hen lacflte raae at â€¢ brooklyn i program commit toe chalrperson â€¢ and i raphael daÃŸard of buffalo i naacp ' stale conference r*"**rew*wpnnÃŸ basil peterson to speak at naacp confab â– â– ;' the han baal paterson will . â€¢ hi the keynote spooks 1 lb tradition friday evening taaa rally of he 3*>lh annas cenvattea m the new fork state conference of naacp branches : the rally will he held ea oct itah at the ilrst Â»*->**Â»** ctanrh of east elmharat queens located at aeterta blvd and 101*1 st . th theme of this year's ma taint la snaking fin , ktylslhln barriers the convention begins with regis rattan aa frl oct 17 it *â€¢**â– < nd tare day acdsltle terminate t.tth a delegate's reception after the mas rails sat oct itah begins with star president's breakfast at . 7,30 7 a.m and : , conltanes : . through " the annual awards blanar at 1,30 p.m :. the ,; -**â€¢*Â»% , session v.nfll | hogta with irlti-lotit ten ice at 1 9 mm with * pleaarti session t hetluled 'â– far 10 a.m and * t"jotinimenl of the confer 'â– ': once at 12 noon â– ; -â– '. s ' revival 7 ' district eld aired william otaoa pastor af toe redemp tion chaerh at iter lot-d je*u chrtel of the apostetle faith loc oft*t*st , 1 c nvmfl conduct a week ef revival "." services beginning oct 19 ; to toe refuge temple af photo at right - congregation outgrowing facilities â– the greater holy temple church of god in cartel congregation under the lead ership ef bishop n rocker has outgrown its facilities as the above picture shows the church located on th corner ef park aye , and tenth st kansas city mo was taken during a meeting cmttamd by senior bishop 0 t janes tar clergymen charch j leaden 1 and members however tola capacity crowd la a weekly occurence â– "â€¢ : â– , â– .â€¢,'"'* w ' this 1 the reason why the church i now conducting a 1 : taa drive lor new and urgerfcruiues toe present roo-ih if one doesn't can *â€¢*.Â», there will net he any teat 7 any contribution to tote drive from dtx-tora lawyers polltlcsns businessmen rid one etc win ha greedy aaneectated mam . them to bishop c n rocker utah and park aye kansas city m to appear hear jv-j david cohen wltt appear at gtaaaaer 11*11 trie can-ana j ; ' college north than oct ift at 0 p.m ho win *â€¢*â– -*" common cause top ic yea at wait emu county executive candidates to be featured speakers - . candidates ef the two msjor parties ,' ram-tag > j for ? , erie '. county i executive v $ be featured speakers al a meet the candidates luncheon sponsored by the buffalo area . chamber elf ' commerce on toes oct 14th beginning at noon fat the terrace room of : the stellar hrtea hotel incumbent edward v re gan who win he the republi can ;â€¢ party's candidate i and town of amherst supers aden e debdebrnn p.m crat ' nominee will present their slews an county govern ' meet 7*t part ""â– â– al "'"'â– their . campaigns far the office following remarks by , the delta the program j will be opened to questions from i the sodlenc t s women in politics to present 3rd annual fashion show vv fashion far 1*75 the ' third annual fashion show i presented by women 7la politics * | group bof local democratic women â– * ill be staged ea oct 12th l a luncheon at 12:30 p.m in the hotel ste tier : hilton 'â– gotten ballroom 7 ./.--â€¢â– --.'â– â– â– mrs stanley m makowskl wife of the mayor of buffalo | mrs john f downing wife of the deputy mayor and mrs 1 joseph f crangle wife of the democratic county leader are ' honorary chairmen of the style show ''-. the > general chairman â€¢' i -'.- mr joseph *' f ; schaefer stated by mr edward f cartes mr jessica johnson 7 and mr samuel d fblpponc co-chairmen - "' """"' ' dr inez reid to speak at naacp confab ;\' dr " inez * rett associate professor at cotambta trivet ' sltv and currently acting director of the political sci ence dept win be the guest speaker at the sat oct 18th luncheon daring the 1 39th annual convention of the new york ; j slate ' conference 5 1 of naacp branches 'â€ž dr smith reid ' is well f known as 'â– '' a dynamic well informed speaker __ s ms elaine steele record " tag secretary of the new york state conference of naacp ' branches will be the chairper ' son for the luncheon mi hag 'â– ' ms steele conceived and implemented the idea of the annual secretaries lun cheon two year * ago to honor all dedicated secretaries in branches throughout the nys naacp conference % ";' roy v g ripper*,7 charcb new checking service offered a new personal checking account which allows unlimit ed check writing privilege if the customer ?-' meets any of three conditions will be offered by f martae midland western starting oct 6th _ -"'.'* called good deal check . lag the . new v service provides unlimited check writ tag if a customer * maintain a minimum balance of 200 or an average balance of s5oo in hi checking account or a 200 minimum balance in a savings account if none ef these con ditions are met |' a service charge of 2.00 per month i made 7by unlimited j check ; writing privilege*.7 customers are . provided :,; with * monthly - stelemente ' ', ' sy ';â€¢ ss . one of the highlights of the nan ' " â– program s la thai '' a ' checking account customer ha the '." option of maintaining hi minimum - balance in * a regular or a ... 90-day savings " account where it earn tater celebrates silver anniversary phi beta chapter lota pu , '. lambda sorority lac cele brated its silver anniversary sal oct 4th ta the stetter > hilton hotel mrs reeele m harris founder of the buffalo â– chapter waa the giants >: sx in 1949 ha was requested by the j eastern regional d : rector bcntah j murphy to | assemble nine eligible young women to begin the work of s : lota phi lambda sorolity in i buffalo :â€¢,-. she was tucceisful ta this â– effort sad today after 25 - year i still aa active member % ; and j proud 7 of â– '--' what fs the *..Â« sorority s has accomplished '. during theae'j'ean^i^vljq.'v ' Â£ the | program consisted of ' ( ' the welcome address by .'? i mrutarte l mnrettaaa a brief * watery of the sorority by the founder mr harris doled .'â– ',- berry read telegram from the 7 national president and ether officer '" y - . , '_ introduction ef and presen irons to the founder were 7 mad by helena tm lea * president who also introduced - chapter members mrs fannie paulson east ern regional , director of baltimore mj was â€¢ visitor a-ss*iaÂ»s*o ivto waa * vmns " who â€¢ brought greeting ' and 7 congratulallons to the canaan "'â– a their 251h anniversary end wished then continued . sac â€¢ : e --. y-.f -\% ,*-.%"â– '. nam lola ml parker mm president emeritus " ' â– ' y '---'-'â– â– â– - '"' - j v mrs rosella m harris * to present drama build half-way how program present t black theatre t ha best set oct 11 at 1 p.m ta toe auditorium *. at the attica c*n*sta-m'rtan rlnw*f . the black maaleal dram .' gala 7 semewhe-n t get nowhere la a peettactfaa at the black theatre woodrttp al to state uoj-ertlty coftegr thte mcÃŸa drama deplete the pltiafl of mm mm america f continued on this page postal service see page 2 naacp confab see page 3 new checking see page 7 rev minyard from this page rev minyard see page 8 drama see peg i revival isae paget ibrsiksr fwyÃŸim 1923 1975 criterion "'â– â– 'â– ''â– ' press rift*>s and still the no 1 wny central cities largest press oar effve has "**'*â– open every'week of every year stare oar e-tbtoam aervtag . our â€¢ 7 77 'â€” "* =') communities -â– â– "' â– 'â– ' â– aaaÃŸdhaawawamsÃŸhvÃŸmahaÃŸa^iaci 'â€¢- i rf.i'->r,^b**i to our many readers '',-'â– ' â€¢â– ' â– -â– ;â– "â€¢.,. .â€¢ ' a - â– -â– s â– .--â€¢â€¢ who pay par w_[s%^_lv^^^*s^m^^s r fmt%'r ..'.â– *, and subscribe to the criterion we thank too for still perpetuating us as dean of why's minority y - psfssi-yyâ– 'â– '-u.?'s '-''-â– â– â– 'â– '.'â– ;' -. 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|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1975-10-11|
|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||1975-10-11|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||Buffalo & Erie County Public Library|
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