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The Buffalo Criterion. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1925-1973, November 15, 1969, Image 1

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Western New York's Oldest, L a r g est and B e st-Selling Negro Weekly DID YOVKNOW? FOR MANY YEARS THE CRI­ TERION WAS THE ONLY PA­ PER PRINTED BY NEGROES IN NEW YORK STATE. Today, it u the printed by N< Cleveland and N i ESSARY^fW ONLY and NEC- FEDERAL COURT WILL HEAR ALLEGED STEEL CITY BIAS CASE THIS SCENE tank place durinc the fifth!Mm. Eva O'Neal, mother of the ch’jrch. The •aaiveraary ohaecvasee of Eev. Cephm Me- propam-buffet dinner was sponsored by Sis- G<^, Sr., pastor of the R6«e of Sharon Church ter Letha Fields. Su^er Evelyn \\ illiams was of God fo ChriH. 370 Northland Ave,, re- crowned queen of the church for 1970.— eentJy and tini 7 ^ birtitdsy annivereary of]Criterion I^oto. MAYOR FRANK A. SEDITA, iasued a proc- 0 right, Neiaon Nichole, Jr, Executive tor Buffalo Urban League: LeRov neon, BUL; Andrew Wilto, BUL: Law- race Wood, MAT Truat; C lifford Koe, ,W«itiitrt<n»e: laaiae GonialM, Dept, of Hu­ man RelaUona; Margaret Cooper, BUL; Internal Revenue Service, Chairman; and Employment,’

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