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The Buffalo Criterion. (Buffalo, N.Y.) 1925-1973, July 04, 1970, Image 1

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Western New York's Oldest, L a r g est and Best-Selling Negro Weekly DID YOU KNOW? FOR MANY YEARS THE CRI- TERION WAS THE ONLY PA­ PER PRINTED BY NEGROES IN NEW YORK STATE. Today, il i» Ihe only papei printed by Negroe* between t'lev.l.n.1 .n,1 New Ynric Cite. VOL. 44 -No. .16 Buffalo, N.Y., Saturday, July 4-10, 1970 PRICE 10 CENTS “Helping to Know and Bnild a Better Community Since 1925\ GRIEVANCES AIRED AT MINORITY BUSINESS PROCUREMENT SEMINAR w of the most h^y contested political battles to take place during a primary elec­ tion, Incumbent A^mblyman Arthur O. Eve, of the 143rd District, won over the Demo­ cratic endorsed candidate, John H. Smith. Out of about 10,734 votes, Mr. Eve received 6,228. However, according to information receiv­ ed by the Criterion, the feeling among Dem­ ocrats of the 143rd District, lis still divided, and unless some efforts are made to unite the two factions, the bickering ' BSi TO APPEAR HERE SUNDAY JULY I2th Hi 5grH|55T-S M m M i m m iSTviSr

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