Buffalo Criterion, 1981-06-17
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rochester niagara region wny's largest & only accredited minority newspaper â€” featuring paid legitimate circulation the buffalo criterion sttt sa â€” ***** 25 il>*Â»-__si>\*r jive it 23 ltÂ»l us postage paid ifhmtf no hi4 h/ff aio fffwvtjrk gorski was guest of young blacks dems president of th city count il the isle chet t.-raki was gue.l of honor ai the plaidl k club in ferny st in the late 50a during a party given 1 yetiÃŸÃŸ mark demorrau he is shown staking hand with .** eaeary president t.f the lliiffai braisrh naa("p your ( rtlertttei ha hantireds ml y-wtoriral ****** in its file ef blsek sctivit sad ban arm c trrrwendrtv-s â– â– 'â– â– * *â€¢ help whtl the mask **__.->*Â»..* mm a ft-wiag parse â€” i'rit r.r.i pb*rto pvtured from let are norn schoenlng vir rÂ»b*Â«Â»est and atltr tilting director sf twin fsir i ir Â£* â– '** fi-r â– <*,â– "â€¢â€¢****â€¢ lait hughes inatituie eva do t teacher snd writer of the buffalo criterion mart rowell smith l-vr-grsm corirdinsior tsnifston hughe institute ilwtwrins godfrey srtial author and teacher and dejn v aged msster jeweler father & son banquet to be held on sat june 20 at 7 pin . the li'th annual lather and sun rlsm-uet will be held in the fell hall â€¢>! the trinity itaptist church 41 spruce st it.".nil the limit two color meities sill be shown - bill cosby cm preju dices and calvin mur phy un the rasic ttxh ni.-_ea ot usteth.il ther will be pnxes for the nlde fsther snd on preaent and the yeiiin_vr fsthet nd sort present all father and am are invited the i â– - m is 1 00 pet person fur reservation call m 5-.123 l-nacon walter 11 kemp sr is chairman minister j e davis is psstor seek program has new director twin fair announces black achievement mural contest twin fair in conjunctk*n with the l_ang*ton hughe institute has announced a contest to design murals for the twin fsir store at ski fast ferry st the mural will be based on the theme blacks t outstanding achievement four design will be chosen aa winners these winning electm"tn will be tinted on th outside front w alt of the east ferry ***** twin fair ****** all local organisation _Â„,â– k-ais-idiials are invited to enter entry blanks let the contest are ii-jbus st both â€¢* fast ferry st twin fair and the langston hughe bsslitute at 2 high st in buffalo all entries must wbrnitted to the f.ast ferry st twin fsir by the â„¢**Â°* imiwriess on july is 1 winners will be ******* on july 17th th finished murals will be 17 feet hy f*4 feet and wt reflect the nr*rk â€¢â€¢ ttaessiisi st-iel taste of the local munity subjects will range from ich themes as of buffalo's black cornmunitv to ***** music - amencs " a parse of nidge who will review the entne ***' wilhelmins fr.-4tr**v ***Â„- snd teacher j mathews tescher and writer eva doyle t**er and writer lavrtr waged ma*ter jeweler j^srhoening twin fsir v president and rx**eig rht*t*ctor snd joe scsndris hens kelly mbi msnage a committee from the graphic dept of the l_ingÂ«ii>n hughes institute will detemme whether the â€¢ inning murals will be execute by the submitting artists or by a professional artist assigned by the institute winning entries will each be awarded i 100 twin fair gift certificate redeemable for food or merchandise labor cost and material for painting nl be supplied by twin fair production of the murals will begin july 27 and be completed by august 2lst the unveiling ceremony is scheduled for sun august 2.3rd the l.ang*.ton hughes institute is a private organisation founded to further the poet/writer lasnf hughes concern for the sociolopcal political and economic condition of black in amenta it consist of programs and classes design to formulate career direction and import practical skills dr jeffrey j ss s*s.___nt s tee pr_Â»Â«ient for _.*â€¢:â€¢-;.â€¢. sites at .-Â« u tmsani j qaÃŸap i psaaaaua ha hsssi sp aÂ«i __-Â«-_. 4 seek .*- Â«.-.-. tor !__*. af i i ..._â– -. â– :â€¢ srvd (-.-.Â« it**-_r tb la_uc__r_na ' vl*'*tul.it . prt grant bt vs state ( â€¢_*â– Â« he ill aasat hi new duties unir-eii-sterv at graduate at the t â€¢*--__---* at er**_tsnl sotti s t i â€¢Â« * degree tn his history dr wallace mum ed both his mast in â€¢***"-_*_.Â» â€¢'.,',-â€¢' personnel work and hi f h-torsie in the al and [ â€¢ t wiphi cat t .;-..'-'! -,'.. of - '-, 1 twrt st th university st mm he is a 19.4 *â– â– -'Â„â– .â– â– of *â– --â€¢; turner high schts-t in buftalo citi/ens a_vi_orv council and of dunkirk's youth ce*ul"tdl dr wallace wili tie !â– "â€¢...! in ituffalo by hia rife and four children the first established and still the largest bop pn-jrram in the suny system seek at the ituffalo state annually serves more than 1.000 t-ronomir-ally and educa tionally diasdvantaged students who sre capable erf college i*vpl work but lack the regular creden tials for college sdmission at fredonia he had also been an sdmission rutin betor dtrrrun nf uhs w***hm*t maa-atm i t-i-vel*-,intent program for five years si-td sssistanl to the vice president for academic affairs from 1.77 until his january i ml appoint â€”-._,Â» mm m mm.me a â€¢ wee ptmetrk he was a member of the suny chancellor's plan ning task force on special programs vice chairman of the suny faculty senate committee on ei pending educational op portunity and for two years chairman of the affirmative action com mittee at fredonia he has also been a member of the village of fredonia established on the cam pus in 1967 seek has broken a sell-perpetuating pattern which earlier bar red higher education to thousands of high school graduates who today hsve achieved one or more academic degrees and commensurate careers the program was form erly headed by dr isaiah f'et.i who resigned last year to return to teaching dt jeffrey i w.llsce pastor's anniversary celebration set sunday june 21 at 4 p.m st pauls ame zion church 623 eagle st will be celebrating the anni versary of rev g michael tydus thirteenth year in the christian ministry and fifth year as their pastor under the leadership of the steward board pas tor's aid club and a special program commit tee the entire church joined together in this special service cf celebra tion the rev william gilli son will be the speaker on the program which will include spe isl musical presentations expressions from the clergy and lay persons and fellow the public is invited j c yarbrough i preacher's steward mrs minnie bryson president pastor's aid club and mrs mary l lewis pro*_ram coordinator miss sarah lewis is publicity chsirperaoei rev m freeman to perform in concert the gospel choir of the centennial ame zion church 127 doal st will present their paÂ«tor the rev maceo freeman in concert at the church rev freeman ha been playing and singing since he was nine rear old he currently directs and plays for the youth and young adult choir th gospel choir and the mas choir in addition to being a pastor he series with various community r rani rattona works as a chap lain at the albion correc tional facility and the juvenile t>^"nt_on horn in buffalo th public is invited to bttend the ct~-*r*ytl aim benefit the chorrh the rtr-sti is tt.f airlesn wirnes is pre*a church leaders feted th criterion im been involved with every fun i-fi:l developing movement in ails an th iniereal it minority ritirenry in ihe city no mailer how saaa im i * try to rob this credit away from aa the criterion tih.lt this pit lure of net ami mrs fhaftrfeiik wilson hr over 35 year a_o during Â» dinner in their honor at ihe miehigsn avenu ymca 11..-i were leaders of i'msiiuel inipt seventh davy adventlst church nuw lie sled on per tkan snd arlsm si their son succeeded them as a*__l of th churrh former buffalonian realtor receives aware mrg martin mcclt-tian ci>tt*unster set ct*~oÂ»n*t tst the mcclellan real estate firm on asylum asenue in llarttord con nivticut was honored by the cireatt-t hartford m.-ii.i ol kt-alti*ts inc for tmt-itaniiinii asrvtcs and contribution t the heal 1 ta iti'**t.iu the 1.81 kealttil asso ciate ist the year ass ant - 1 pi vi 1.1 | i her 11 111 annual awards lun*h.*in it i 1 it ... 1 while a it".nittt-t ol the treater harttortl lltiard nl realtors mrs mrt'lellan m'isi'tl a a dm t.u o the multiple listing â€¢-. ..... sntl as chairman ot lb urban resltalitatlon coot mtttea she entered the real estate profession after retiring from ihe !â€¢â– i .â– â€¢ ment of housing snd urban ii 5..1.-,..,i...i where she was a lle*_stn|i spotislivt in the i'mtmum is planning and it *â€¢ bap ntent dept in 1*.7Â«4 she earned the iraduate real tor designation from the cemni*Â»rtic*it aaaoclati-it el active in community affairs she has served ba it board of directors 1 ih wca urrtsn i __Â„.â€¢ â€¢ i oraatg li*-tt.-,i tbiui ami family sert **. ihe is aim vkra pt-wssdeiyt at ih "' ***â– " of dttÃŸrten al hissr hashnetl ceaygem gate i lien-1 mi la a warâ€”ifsas Â«*" is i*_yt-_*b-trsi katkmy it w s â– m^eaeam.m isshh **Â«â€¢"' t'.stisvsta'i-l tl _-*â€¢__ few straw c______bs_s f l*mg**r m ivt is 1*74 m was as *%'****%* wt stmt mm sa om ywca tat ftw Â«**.**-. regwm am m i 4 w\s a*j lis mmmm ** m w awaei b Â«*** *\ ml t _Â„..,â€ž m.i i har to appear at melody fair teddy prrv_er_r*a 01 he si melody fan t 20 minute frrirn b_ffÂ«ln frihas ra natarrlsy -;.Â»â€¢â€¢ il rk*r a 7ih l iw bbbbbia pep tirtet telr-marte call __.-__ 10 w axt77m tedd **.*. be tsettorm ing wit ht or*-r*e*.ra s*t e-pet-isl sri rise v > - 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|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1981-06-17|
|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||1981-06-17|
|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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|Technical Data||Image was scanned by Backstage Library Works in Bethlehem, PA. Archival image is an 8-bit grayscale tiff that was scanned from microfilm at 400 dpi. The original file size was|