TheRecord_Volume95_1991-1992

News from around the globe The news th _ nt affects YOU, from aruund the world, New York State, Buffalo, and right here on campus. Compiled from press rdeases. newsµapcrs und television and radio reports.

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Compiled by Maureen Thrall

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The Los Angeles death toll has riser •., 48 and nearly 2,116 were Injured after the three-day rampage of violence that was torched off by the acquittal of four white policemen w . ho were videotaped po1fridlng black motorist Rodney King with nightsticks. Dusk-to-dawn curfews were to remain in place Sunday night in at least 25 cities in the Los Angeles area. The death toll surpassed the 43 from the 1967 . Detroit riots, which had"been the bloodiest U.S. urban uprising in modern times. Damage estimates in Southern California have reached $550 million ...

Like a fine glass of wine? Last year's grape crop was one 61 the best in years in New York State. Plenty of sunshine, an early spring and dry weathen during harvest time led to a good croe.._of quality grapes in 1991, according to the New York Wine and Grape Association. The 1991 crop's estimated worth was , $48.8 million ..' . John Gotti's longtime lawyer, who was disqualified from the reputed mobster's last trial, must answer contempt-of-court charges. Bruce Cutler is accused of ignoring U.S. District Judge I. Leo Glasser's Dec. 21, 1990, order not 10 comment to reporters about the me1its of the government's case against Gotti, the witness or the evidence ...

The entire population ot the Niagara County Jail (291 prisoners) had to be evacuated early Sunday morning because of smoke from / � an electrical fire. Sheriff ! Francis L. Giles said there were no problems with the inmates and all were accounted for following the evacuation ... The Spring of Life demonstration hn officially ended In Buffalo. Pro-life supporters ended activities Sunday with a half-hour vigil outside the Erie County Holding Center and vowed to continue sidewalk counseling, picketing and preaching outsJde abortion clinics. The Pro-choice counterparts vowed to continue to escort patients Into abortion clinics and claimed the event

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-p1)J1}JJ� Fall registration continues from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6 In UN C&mp_ bell Social Hall ... 4:30·6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6 in Rockwell Hall auditorium EOP Honors Convocation. Reception follows ... &9 p.m. Wednesday, May 6 in Room 1H�-E Bacon Hall "Bank Loans for Small Businesses." Presented by Small Business Development Center. Registration: $45 ... 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, May 7 in Moot Hall Oak Room "Business Management: The New Productivity Challenges and Do You Know Where You Belong?" Final part of a series presented by Center for Development of Human Services. Fee and regislration required. Free for BSC faculty, staff and alum.ni ... 1-6 p.m. on Thursday, May 7 In Student Union campbell Social Hall final summer registration ... 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 7 in Burchfield Art Center lecture by Billy Curmano, performance and video artist ... 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 7 ln Communications Center North performance "Adventures With Bilty" by BIiiy CUrmano, performance and video artist. Presentedby Visual Arts Board ... Final exams and CEP week ar'e fast approaching. Make use of those extended library hours and don't put off until tomorrow what you could be doiog today ... The end is near for the class of '92, Congratulations on obtaining your degrees. Remember this is the time of year accidents happen, if you and your pals are "partying on" after graduation, DON'T DRINK AND DAIV . E. The RECORD staff wishes each and every one of our faithful readers a summer filled with delightful memories and frequent but cautious intoxication ... If you are leaving us due to gradJJalion or circumstances beyond your control.., God bless ya, it was nice knowing you ...

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