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jfc* BplF - ' v :s^B ■ ■ •. 7 MHHB* . * jkt- mr ZM ' W*m WMfc--jg'-i: ; ""aPPWs jtfmmk 1311 WypW- ' ■ •dsmMmt W& ”*£®^» m ’F ' - -«*- J? Mte* Me» J| ( > jJ^MHW«teg| Above are pictured the winners in the Liberty City Primary School PTA Grade Mothers con test. , Left to right are First prize, Mrs. Julia Williams; second, Mrs. Mildred Pinkney and third, Mrs. Ernestine Bellamy. Mrs. Williams, a contestantl from Mrs. Emma Williams, third | Miami Gl Killed InAction H. DANIEL LANG The Northwest Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce will hold its “Annual Round-up Meeting” on Monday, April 6, 1953 in the Flamingo Room of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 NW 2nd ave. at 8:30 pan. Mr. H. Daniil Lang, executive director of the Greater Miami grade class won first priz» with $lB5. Her prize was a round trip ticket to Cuba. Mrs. Mildred Pinkney, from Mrs. Emerald Roberson’s second grade class took second place with $165 and Mrs. Ernestine Bel lamy, from Mrs. Thelma Bimmons* first grade class won third place with sllO. Pfc. Samuel Wiggins, son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Wiggins of 1812 NW 4lh court *and former Dorse} high school football player, has been killed in action in Korea, th? Defense Department announced. After being inducted in the army J. nuary, 1952, he went to Jap.n in August. Shortly after he was sent to Korea. Pfc. Wiggins suffei'ed wounds in December, recovered and was returned to his combat unit. He is survived, besides his pa rents, by two brothers, George, with the air force at Lockbourne in Columbus, 0„ and Harold a student here and sister, Cynthia, also a student here. Urban league will be guest speaker. Representatives from all Jay cee Clubs in the 7th District of .he Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce will be in attendance. All members of the Northwest Miami Junior Chamber of Com merce, both active and inactive are urged to be in attendance. A well rounded program has been planned. PAUL MUNICH INDICTED BY FEDERAL GRAND JURY VOL. XXIX. NO. 29 Fifth Annual Virginia Beach Sunrise Services Set • WMmm Wm■ aafeayoß fi .P wL Vn '" T wms- $ j jSsi . A»l am ; : B M B m ■ REV. J. N. BYRD Plans have been completed for ttye fifth annual Easter Sunrise Services *at Virginia Beach by the Young Business Men’s Clui, and the Dade County Park De partment Rev. James N. Byrd, pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will deliver the Easter message 'and the Mt. Tabor choir will render music. Rev. Alex Allen of Mt. Zion and Rev. Thedford Johnson of St. John Baptist Church will also be participants. Other minis ters of the city will be platform guests. • The Dorsey High School choral group under the direction of Miss Joel Scott will give selection ‘in keeping with the Resurrection of Christ. A special built stage has been built with a background of beau tiful palms and a 30-foot lighted cross erected in a position where | the rising of the sun will shown j thereon and bring out its beauty. | Arrangements have been made BERRIEN WINS SCHOLARSHIP BISHOP DEMBY CONFIRMS On Palm Sunday at St. Agnes Church, the Rt. Rev. Thomas B. Demby, D. D. administered the sacrament of confirmation to class of eleven. Bishop Demby, now 84, comes from Arkansas, he is retired and spends the winter in Florida. Because the Rt. Rev. Martin J. 3ram. Bishop Suffrage n of Flori da, has been ill, the Rt. Rev. liepry I. Louttit Bishop of South Florida, invited Bishop Demby to assist with confirmations. In this he has been busy. Classes were confirmed by him at St. Timothy, D.ytona Beach. St. Matthews, Delray, • St. Christo phers, Ft. Lauderdale. St. Patricks i West Palm Beach, The Incarna tion, Liberty City, St. Simon and St. Jude, Ft. Pierce, Christ Church, Coconut Grove and Or lando. 2 KILLED, 3 HURT IN COLLISION A two-car collision on Monday night. 15 miles west of Miami on the Tamiami Trail took the lives : of Edmond Dowdell, 3671 Charles 3' r e. Coconut Grove and u White woman, Minn Helen Rosie Doub. The Injured are John Lee Wiggins, his wife, Ethel and James Clyatt Sanders. Dowdell’s body was given to the Francis Funeral Home. The body will be shipped to Opelika, Ala. for burial. Tempora Mutanur Et Not Mutamur In Ellla MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1953 with Miami Transit company for special busses to transport pas sengers from all points in the city. B ; |-.JjB m -ogpfl ; BH3I 'jL' a ms L mf 1 M s iMBwliiaMWM a ;-S^sai r 1 i; " Linton C. Berrien, music teach er at Mays High School, Goulds, is one of 20 teachers of the na tion to be awarded a John Havs Fellowship by the John Hay Whitney Foundation. The fellowships are given each yeat to outstanding high school teachers. The fellowship finances u year’s graduate university study. It pays the recipient $4,50*0 plus tuition and transportation costs. Berrien, who lives at 260 NW Bth st., is a graduate o$ Fisk Uni versity and he did graduate work at Tenhessee State College, New Woman Found Not Guilty Os Murder Following a trial that lasted) three days, a circuit court jurv on Wednesday found Mrs. Mary I Kinnard, not guilty of first de gree murder in the fatal shoot ing of Mrs. Ossie Mae Everett * mother of five children. The in cident occurred last August 17, in Goulds. Two days after the Wife Held In Slaying Os Husband Mrs. Oliria Lee Kelly, 20. of 1365 NW 62nd st., is being held in jail for investigation of mur der following the death of her husband, James Kelly. Kelly died of gunshot wounds in the neck Sunday at Jackson Memorial hospital. According to police, Mrs. Kelly admitted the shooting. Kelly’s body will lie in state at the Range Funeral Home in Liberty City on Friday afternoon and will be shipped to Jackson ville, on Friday night for burial. KILLED BY HIT AND-RUN DRIVER James R. Rogers. 43rd St., and 29th Ave. was struck and killed by a hit and run driver who back ed up his convertible, looked «t he mangled body and sped away. Both legs w*ue broken, also his neck. The investigating officer reported Rogers was thrown 140 feet in the air when struck by :he car. The killer turned off his lights as he left the scene. The body was turned over to the B. Solomon Funeral. Mr. Rogers is survived by a wife and a son. York University and Florida A and MCollege. He taught at Dor sey high be foie being assigned to Mays school. The teacher will study music teaching at Columbia University under his fellowship grant. PRICE: TEN CENTS shooting. Mrs. Kinnard gave birth to a baby. Mrs. Kinnard was defended by Attys. Albert D. Hubbard and George B. Everett and State Rep George S. Okell, representing thi Everett family, assisted Joe Eator assistant State Attorney, in thi prosecution. ,J J. ... iv« m*' 'BBi ■IL |!| - * '• > i 3» 3 I MP> aJuli t r 1 rjikM. - * JUS* Mr l! JzSr i * ’ 'MSSmfjt - ; ~Si a jm Host chapter to the Southern Regional Conclave of the K* ppt Alpha Psi fraternity no wmeet ing here is the Miami Alumni Chapter. Members of Kappa from all oyei the Southeastern United States began converging on Mi ami Thursday for the three-day meet that ends on Saturday. Members of the local chaper in clude; Cameron Culmer, J. L. Bass, Lewis Blake, Freddie Bryant, “ Paul Minnick. white Homestead policeman who shot and killed Emmett Jefferson on Christmas Day. has been indicted by a fed eral jury on a charge of violating the civils rights of Jefferson. Last month another grand jury investigated this esse but refused to Indict the policeman. It was then decided to present the case to a new jury. Minnick was arrested early in February on an FBI complaint charging him with civil right* violation. United States Commis sioner Roger E. Davis bound him over for grand jury action on SI,OOO bond. He is under indictment in Vashington, D* C., on a civil rights charge in connection with another case. A veteran of more ;han 10 years on the Washington police force, he was accused of beating up a Negro prisoner in the District of Columbia jail little nore than a year ago. Minnick resigned last July and joined the Homestead police force in November. In both cases he is charged with a misdemeanor, with maximum penalties of one year in j.iil and SI,OOO fine in each case. Arthur Coverson, Caleb Crosby. C. S. Culver, James Dallas, &eo. Davis, Alonzo Fannin, Eibre Gaiter, James Hart, George Jack son, S«m Johnson, Frank Jones, Thomas Jones, Joe L. Kershaw, E. K. Lockhart, T. L. Lowrie, Cal vin Mapp, William Patterson, N. Powell, Forrest Reynolds, G. H. Thompson, Joseph Thompson, Roscoe Webb, K. C. Wilson, Frank Woodard, and Chester Wil liams.