Buffalo Criterion, 1982-03-03
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the buffalo criterion atsosesday march m 19h2 tot 57 - n 10 â€¢ wny's urges c.*nv accreditedmsxtnty newspaper â€” feafijrwigpaadle^ttmatec lt_*aillastoroii aailia a*i aai t - - - tiaan-toa is iil.i_b*-.ii â– -* Â° vÂ«s_j.-j us postage paid ptkmii no it btxtai.o.htt'wyark rochester niagara region cost of living for buffalo area continues below national average c of c reports on living index living cost in the buffalo area continue lie low the average for the entire united state and were below the national average for all i _***!. according 'â– >, dr cheryl a bobs director of research and marketing for the buffalo area chamber of commerce the estimate is based upon data for the fourth quarter 1981 cost if living survey conducted by the american chamber of commerce researcher association accra the association place th national out of living index st 100 baaed upon pric data collt-cted for 236 cities of ai sua through out th country th all-times index for btittax was 96.4 or 3 ivi below the national average lor the quarter in the third quarter 19 i buffalo was rated at 9?,u for tl second quarter at 96 2 and for the firm mmmm . 8.9 in-onductin it survey accra measures inter ctty different in ih en of consumer grants and serwes tsiliiii-ii tsites and non-conaumt expenditures tor 44 it.n.s prices are rollacted quarterly by th chamber of cammert or similar organization in each par ticipating city intercity differences of thr tn fewer index points 1 __ indicate tatistkaliy signi ant difference actord ing to the orgsnixatkn tne all-ume index t based upon sit comport ents groren rct-tx housing utilities us-i portation health tttra ami miscelianrous go6jsfi(**-j ttrrvicet ofteemebbm cities with mmm than 500,000 population which had cost td living mderre higher than buffalo an clud**d new york oty 134.1 s*n tma lt,v s*n diegr 114 h*-tiÂ«-rn 110.2 phoenix 1091 fyahrmor 106 7 r>r iftt.tv cofombu 101 san antonio loo.l tndi a*ntti tf stid mem pku Â«... / tm these cities buffalo index o lowest in thi of nix tÃŸtfgotie houi-trii health tar ami humll lancou kikhls arid fit 15 issues targeted by blf forum as critical the black leadership â–º oewai wsia every other week and is chaired b rev h v reld pastor ot cetltoeman bsptlsl chart the fallowing is s summary from their last meet ma frank b maa is arc-alary mb|m___b______l bbgphg|^bbmgÂ»â„¢js dtocu.aions are till hem held with the dis trict attorney in relation to monitoring the progress of joseph christopher and to insure that he wilt be brought ui trial when h u declared fit for trial an interracial too fore involving both member ot th black leadership for um and m.-tntvt of the whit religion mtnmu nitv has l*Â»*en tot men for the purpose of combatting the growth of racism and tthmtc hostility in buffalo and western new york the task force will identify critical issues which are affecting this v v region in ortter to organite and mobilise srottcerted effort to address these concern th tank tore furthet stated that they ar committed to developing pcttlthre _____*___! na^btrt rtctititirs which educate aa___a_[___b _.___! â€” - i the t^oaaooomr mm tobmmyo wee various prof item a.w-rt ated with their to the following fifteen critical issues were wjenti fwrl â– . reapportionment unemployment urtson en terprise zone .'"-.'' " , devttho-iment htc<k grants foir housing crimin.l his ***- rrai _â– â– ..._. ,' , trt-t system trim de li vtnry of wo ial st-rsa et property rwvalusuon 22 eal./bu*k mal unsolved hoiiwa-ide inflation pub its utility incrtrase redlin ing lis investment m - il.iiiiv and affordsbti a of detent housing senior tdtmra service and ra iÂ«mâ€¢'i-thmi di.sidi n *â€¢ of this fifteen issue the task force decided that the following five la.v : would be of irnmedist priority delivery ol sorial services 22 caliber jo seph christopher snd un solved liiimth'itli-s tli-.li l bution of community i,lm i grant funds reapportion ale and disinvt-stni.-ni some i the white ministers involved Â«Â« part ill the task turn ore bishop harold robinson rev william scott rev holm-ii grimm rev oil horn rev charle white and rev hard pru the tusk force met again nn march 1 the lilt tmil a meeting scheduled in february with rep henry nowak and an april meeting with rep it kemp mot l.trtgressni.-n have sub mitted separate enterprise sane bill the bl will be discussing not only the difference between these two hills but what an he dnne to reverse the federal gtnernmsnt neg.tti ctvil right postut the blsck graduate student committee of sum ah has asksx i.i help in looking at tt n which mos he kÂ»*epi â€¢ ..,. klw smith trot a promo tion to full professor several capemt of action will he t*kea.4hjhpÃŸ lt shmylrl he noted trtst rev will brown br chairperson of the blf received the religion award '-"â€¢-â€¢ the nation coflfert'llce of christian and jew st their sward luncheon on februsry 17th t mm tm . anyone who hs s concern to be addressed lo the bio leadership for um should ma it to the black leadership forum po 80 255 f.tliemt sutton buffalo new york 11..'it smith to be feted wt w smith 32 st be honored with s itttimnnial dinner given john lodge n o , tm*r*d with . ol ntruiar given m u*d k > s i_k 2 ** sun m"rth i fmra 5 pm until st s*tpn**r'i hall ton kensinj-ton aye the donation is tiooo mr smith is a 32 and is a life member of the lodge he i also s member nt hadji temple nn 61 i'll george w smith family fest slated for march 13th .Â«â€¢***-. btalrv counctl t^i collins and the ifzjm committee f*aa its h 1 g-ss*rd ma,th e attiaiiaj mhiaat s*a aye ?â€¢*___!___ ** . hra t-j *>Â» unity hy ijt***"v"vl -* diete tjpfa bmtahers con otv 3 have hr-c-n sjj efeich will en ha ***â€¢-*&-Â«Â»* ' **Â» ss un**y nf ***.** r*rt*on-body day-care services sponsored hv the hum â€¢**Â»** ywca are also â€¢*â€¢**â€¢* parents msy t**Â»i smaller children free of charge between 12-6 p m for further information contact the family fe*t committee at 881 l.il or 8vv408.1 home & garden show to feature local celebrities irs weinstein it wkbw.tv t mi j ason m wivb tv jerry butler of th buffalo bills and winnie the pooh will be featured in the celebrity rooms in tbe 1952 buffalo home a carden show set for march 13-21 in the convention center the full-scale rooms will be designed and decorated in accordance to the style and taste of the celebri ties each human roam will include a life-sixe stand-up photograph of its respective celebrity while a larpe stuffed pooh will ih placed in the children's room designed by sears the rooms have been designed and coordinated hy kita smith ids of buffalo centra city choir to perform in concert r hl c**l centr*l city choir will be per forming ... the stm hop baptist church m 3 rich md aye sun . march 28th at 4 p m they will be the jruests of the gospel chorus who will be celebrating their 48th choir anniversary mrs catherine hill is president of the gospel chorus and res paul f thompson is pastor agape held successful church revival the aftape ame church 224 northland aye held â€¢ soul stirring revival recently the gticsi evangelist was the res noah merrill pomor of ents ame church s*mm---srt bermuda md member of his enncrrcation the revival was a huge success res fred loco pastor and the agape family would like to thank oil who participated in the service rev loess is oh as second treat ml sad res merrill third from ri-;ht - criterion r robinson calls for social services dept vacancies to be filled krie county legislator barry l r/rbinaon ill hs filed legislation requeuing thst the county executive fill sll job va irn its in the krie county department til social service mr robinson propos al mr-suits from numerous complaints lie has received from puhlic assistance recipients who claim that their checks have been delayed due to manpower btirlsg if th social htmjrma pt tbe numlier of aortal t-rrrire cssrs .; mj^gria < aa__aa h*s .-_* a Â»-__ Â» ti.l â€¢ !_â€¢** t art 4l *>* nearly 3,000 since taat yesr fr hf_r eg ***â€¢*â€¢*. currently .-,,_. ed imply cannot handle thi increased workload robin ssid â€¢ i mm * mm " ''â– a tne rÂ«e i ounty i _. - luture adopted a vial liudget whkh provided . -_ . , mmm - ha*Â»aÂ»ns -*â– 1.320 fobs 1 .'â€¢'*:.â– lu4 of :-..-, !<***Â» remain sliih-d i am ttuw-r.it that the v arans h fita imsmmÃŸ trt v that tttis pntbtem can be â€¢!!_*__--_â€¢â€¢. he added immmm*w.mtmf mr tt*-*-^^rs*4bw tmm Â» .:. be rÂ»tÂ»rr to the l.ri county lrg.t _*Â«-Â«/â€¢ start sertirs ctaa/ait aid sought for goodwill assemblywoman carol siwek is undertaking i unitjue approach as she tries in help <Â„-â€ž_*._. in 111-.1n 11 m>v ii thrir parking lot located at im n division ill her assem bl district i've trii-d all levels nl government for funding tti.l nn one other than the city nt buffalo can help i'm appealing to our local butine.smen to form s consortium i entrepre neurs to assist mr s.w.r explained the parking lot ren sntitin should cost approxi mately 70.(hk 1-1 level ing grading a new base drainage crushed stone hint lencing the city of butlalo will allocate 2.5 '"'', this will get m started but leases Â« lot to be done th assembly woman stated to spearhead tht onw.rtium of kntrepr neur i hove mailed i m'f i to various local lÂ»utines*r*.en and contrac tor asking them to donate irntn*Â»y in bind serv ices perwmnel material and their idea mrs siwek added goodwill suffered an operating loss of met tioo.qoo in 191*1 re venues are generated by the sale of donated cloth ing contributions be quests and the united way goodweil dues not receive government sup port they can't afford to fix the parking lot but it's used daily by employees and customers the freshman assembly woman continued buffalo goodwill indus tries is a non-profit sheltered workshop and rehabilitation facility which helps over 700 mmmab yesr to team r ii earn wage and receivr rehabilitation aer rve rsÃŸrst frank mc aire atul paul snyder to <-**--â€¢>Â»- donating ' ****** ials herbert darting and i'.s'lf'ni krtÂ«ctnr nm lv.i.-'v the h ... r 4v heap outreach workers to visit agencies armig-mamt have tn-.'t mmd * ill s*-Â»*l st-r\i_rs **> have mil tat it worker tntm the ht-tne tnergy assistance pro gram im.tla.p.t visit these community agen a is the month of march '*â€¢*** am a follow sam ann's center lar . 472 r.sll st march *, tÂ«:3oam puerto kiean crtkano committee 264 virginia st ma 11 u 30 am father belt com munity center 10*11*10 maryiand st mor is 30 am buftak com munity development or gonuotion 204 chestÂ«r st mar it * Â«â– am african ameriran cultural center 350 mn-iei aye mar 22 30 am.j buffalo urban league inc 4 william st mar 23 m am tax fraud can cost over s3 s million in penalties for civil fraud tre assessed against 94 western and central new york taxpayers during fiscal year 1981 marshall p cappelli irs buffalo ihstrict director has an nounced these penalties were in addition to any prison sentences and fines for criminal fraud for ftscal year wvo 1.6 million in penalties wer us-*?ssed against 113 area tbe law provides for s civil penalty of 50 of the sdditional tax due if any part of the tax understate ment was due to fraud mr cappelli pointed out that the civil fraud penalty may '*> assarted against . taxpayer even if criminal lax charges are not mode when Â» totpoyer is con victed of income tax evasion the full amount of additional taxes and in west is teased â€¢* well as the 50 fraud penalty in addition the taxpayer faces * prison term of up to five years and . fine of up to 10,000 on each count annual founder's day program set for mar 14th trinity baptist church 41 spruce st will be celebrating its annual dr e w d isaac founder's day program on sun march 14th at 4 p.m the celebrating of this annual occasion in honor of the late dl e w d isaac gives rise to the significant contributions he made to the baptist denomination it was he who founded the baptist training union which is the training arm of the church - exclusively found in black baptist churches the principal speaker will lie archie hun of trinity baptist church the public is invited roy james rich is director and rev joseph e davis is pastor criterion minister of the week rev aid mrs jame r wright of payette ala bama are . force in rochester rev wright ha come up through the sunday school and the sunday school district after completing his college work rev wright left to pastor churches in gary indiana huntsville als . and to hi present church progressive church th god in christ in rochester under the leadership of pastor henry newkirk he served as building fund chairman a member of the trustee board organizer of the f m scholarship fund men's fellowship organi am and held numerous other positions until god called htm to establish hi own church dr wright has also seen and filled the need to serve i md through numer ous community service which include leadership rotes in the united church mint-try rochester hoc political caucus mont gomery ne-ighl-rorhood center rochester com mittea for justice in south africa and the black caucus of the american library association lb hold â€¢ bachelor's degree from alabama state university a mas ter's degree from s.u.c at gem-sen and .. ph.d in administration fr-.m union graduate school in cincinnati ohio he is presently director of th phyllis wheatley public library in rochester . to assist pastor wright in hi ministry is his vary competent wife msry law wright an tame to th progressive church of ood in christ mrs wright ho served in varum capacities in several churches bar husband ha taken her she has per formed a church secretary choi member choir direct choir president ypwh steadier snd willingly de vote herself to whatever else her hand find to do mr wright hold a bs degree in < bmammrt r*v*m alahaaio aam l .-.. t-t*ty and a master 1 degree from suny brock port in administration . the wrights are th parent it the children j.mes jr tai-reritly the church drummeri coi-etta lynn and mir hoe jaaon hr a mrs jamf'sr wrkjht fÂ«>imiu l seep b r2 1923 1982 criterion press and st lha no i wny central cittcs ?: largest press our orm hot taari roam every mask id v*yy vast ant to .Â«Â».,-â–º , sarrvasg our ct-rnrnur-tir fwsa tu*t ami b*jr up tar a cog Â„ tbt la bay crst-ion every **_ -- lot on _ 2<y national 2s thÃŸtatr new york's tr and large minority .",Â»â–º - 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|Title||Buffalo Criterion, 1982-03-03|
|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||1982-03-03|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
|Holding Institution||Buffalo & Erie County Public Library|
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