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The Buffalo Criterion. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1925-1973, June 27, 1970, Image 1

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Western New York's Oldest, Largest and Best-Selling Negro Weekly DID YOU KNOW? FOR MANY YEARS THE CRl- TERION WAS THE ONLY PA­ RER PRINTED BY NEGROES IN NEW YORK STATE. T o d « , it U the only peper printed by Negroes between Cleveland and N e w York City. Send your news, photos, ads to 625 VOL. 44—No. 17 Buffalo, N.Y., Saturday, June 27-JuIy PIUCE 10 CENTS Support your ONLY and NEC- MINORITY BLDG. CONTRACTORS FORM NATIONAL ASSOCIATION MM Hospital To Dinner To Home Change Method OPENS HOUSING CONSULTANT FIRM JOSEPH EASLEY OH VACAHON IN BUFFALO ' W ii& 'Sli m m m B . S ‘ 3 ^ 3 it thown in Uw emta- of th* trtiijt nhakine KECEIVI . ktiodt with Samoel L. Herr, director of the MILLION FOR Joo*!a«s stamn* groups which appeared on WATER & SEWERS &xJl?h rX,fr“or.Sl?e?^:|srSi£:€ “ste r include EameBt Nstion, ■ rcMi Humea, meaf,o Tc, piauifct; Ameer . Michelle Dill, piani . Richard Bulls of 166 Winslow Ave., is en- jiJ^g his Summer vacation in Buffalo. Mr. Bulls, a 1969 graduate of Grover Cleveland High Sc^l, Is a student at Sj^cuse Uiri- vereity, Tvhere he won two full-time scholar­ ships in mathem^ics and atibletics. He is member of the Byracuse Univeroity footba team. He is the brother of Mrs. Rozena Da is.—Criterion Kioto. Other aid include Earnest Na Rites Held For Fred Wynn 'mMn w m 'mmmm

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