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Odessa American (Newspaper) - January 3, 1954, Odessa, Texas AU Odessa S. 1954 Jap tlie war prisoner to change his flies to today for bis wife while authorities waited tor more American captives to make for now that his job of fining in U. S. on the four Each American prisoners was was scheduled to fly at 10 corporal will go to an hospital for further And he will see Kyoko the Japanese firl he married In a Shinto in 1949. said her letters influenced him greatly m choosing to M. Last uuMd S. Dickenson of Big traffic deaths mounted returned his own free the rate of about four an hour will and shortly after his arrival aod the National home was warned drivers to jn went into their Saturday night while during the first ing the return of She hours of the New left her house with her mother May which began at 6 p.m. and sister to stav with a 182. killed she said she could sleep at crashes six and because of accidents 37 for a total of and calls by warm and balmy wrote motorists to the tolling him sise was making road throughout much of the for a second moon at but a storm hit the a resort in south Northwest with gusts tral She ins i am saving up what I want man was at you until I see when by a power j y to Luckenbach rode out the addressed the letter ' harbor as her National Council had Batchelor stole from the in advance that New Communist prison compound s traffic accidents from 6 p.m. ly New Year's morning to ask for to midnight Sunday He at a towl 360 for an Seoul press of 4 that some of the 21 Americans were slightly be- behind might change minds low the but decide to come described Modified Will Also Deliver Five Additional OF 6HtL Loot Jan. 2 merlin Jan. 2-UP-Fear of will submit tax to Congress shortly the Soviets stood Saturday between after he delivers his state of the union and budget Homer H. Cm and the pretty | it was disclosed Jan. 2 tax were dis- details of the tax programs closed but the President recently stated at a news that he saw no need for new Eisenhower also will deliver at least five supplementary ' I sages to probably dealing with such as an fram i and amendment to the j Hartley President will return to late winding a 10-day holiday during f I he spent much of his time writing I speeches at a cost to his beloved Gets Locks Stamps In Postal of was in the U. S. Amy guardhouse for only until a formal Army confirms his that ago he was and paid in small bills for a kidnaped m the Soviet sector of automobile shortly after a 19.jar old National Bank red-haired handed the aa was in Vienna with his accomplice morning at were tryl g to obtain James 23. alias enough money for pretty Inge to Jimmy and his come to Berlin to see the 33-year-Mary Lou U. old American she plans to rested by FBI agents in New But Inge was kidnaped by the leans shortly midnight in Vienna about four yeare ago Claude of who broke with Communism New Year's is sKown at The wind trees and am the press conference in Seoul Saturday as he geh the feel of 'M Press Batchelor But Refuses To Tex Jan. 2 and her mother fears that if Mitchell is the man named by He will probably arrive at the Marguerite who has been to deep in Russian the young Wink capital shortly after 6 p. m. est. postmaster in Alice since 1934, she disappear as tiw Early he will confer with locked up all stamps in thei is afraid the Russians rest room at House -nd Senate because she kidnap me Miss Still at large is Nick iers to sarvey the results al his thinks she was fired for political said in doesn't 45. Johnny Gonzales and speech - to let me out of her shortly after during the Augusta Summerfield between Cox and a confession another session General between the President to Soviet prison camp last are his chief advisers on the State ake She was released by the the Union Press iets in mid-October and Cox was James C. Hagerty back pay will in his the Union message wUl be of being absent Congress during the first postoffice closed of the a formality since he will specific had only the signed the Thursday Jan. 2 letters won him back from t om J. Batchelor left Korea Sunday for Tokyo and a reunion The young Texan who is in experts warned that an Batchelor described himself as swing occurs at the end of the leader of balky captives but a especially when weather other accounts conducive to death ard G. Corden of East rate Sow of the I- a British Japanese wife whose love first hour of the New Year pace ot the recent Neutral custody over the Christmas period when ers is due to end Jan. 22 when died in traffic at the the captives nte ol about seven an the Keos ms statement after 10 hours for an improved for the moment he which his amendments to the of any ready He told the b when he laoor management so I don't wants to marry telling now he got a act. a revised housing a on wants her to come to Berlin 10s modified tax programs and as the bars which guard to provide better health and protection for Contestant Political Wars Files for to be as civilians Batchdor spent a second night Saturday in the 121st Evacuation Hospital at so far show n him to be in fairly good under heavy guard from he spent of the day writing in his hospital Stop Big Forest LOS Jan. 2 into the Hv to y. S. Kwest a brush firo m the hv an the camp fur American war prisoners left in a regular medical evacuation from Seoul's municipal smiled al newsmen who shouted it feel to be as ho walked up a Halts Fighting By Jan. 2 on cd 15.00 forces massed m northwestern injured soldiers ucd at W will be in I think the Republican committee in Houston approved ai new postmaster last but it caught Washington oni a holiday weekend and no has been she is the only bonded postal employe in the stamps and money will have to stay where were until a Deposits Hefe Still deposits banks the bars basement vault where he young bank Mitchell and Navarro were led with violation of the Federal Bank Robbery Technical eral charges as material witnesses filed against Nick land the four men were named ia state theft First State She will keen regular Odessa's two postoffice until National continued Mullen's salary was and 1953 WM no in me is a Democrat and appointee in 1994. ti And she said she doesn't object she to the New Orleans search for the three missing had centered along the Mexican rise each year hu an woman had total an record of at close of on all the per reported a 40.minute news conference Indo-China were hold at for and an equal number A Fonst dispatcher how l got my First National Bank's deposits Meanwhile F HI mill II 1 lt last mile of flamina anti ' would depend was and 26 agent total Tilt search To Full TV recommended that the eighth consecutive day walking Saturday the offensive mav I few became the first contestant to remove secret Premier Georgi he firefighters wene the political such as daggers and to investigate offensive week-long blaze WASHINGTON Jan 2(J>Pre.c- SUte had - attack with him from an to afte r it destroyed 7 800 acres Congress next will be the First State had message to the The doctor watched until of wate carried by all radio and television for a combined total of United Batchelor through the The Mt fnv which for a 196. Soviets apparently hoped to door and then said to the The starting time is exited to The combined total at the c lure France into agreeing at the and several television around 12:30 p. m. EST. The of business on 30. 1950 Berlin Big Four has a very and mission burned on a 36-time wiU be set definitely by con- The First UW to talks That boy's mile before it was charge said br Nick Mitchell and to the First State - blue getaway Dec. 31. 1952 the First license No. tional had and as a tbe position ol Ector County ministers talks to Big FiVe talks pitiful That boy's perimeter before it was gressional to have an awful would be in ether Americans to indochina has lived In Odessa repatriation but four days aiter a here with her that such an escape division from Fort They the kingdom OA Mrs. - cut Indo-China in 1946^ S collector She employed for three years m county clerk's office and was member of officials district clerk for most resigning Nov. 15. fiBvarre and employed at Ector He went through a. long period flew to the Laotian administrative by S he said capital of Vientiane Saturday to Whn became known to his on French that ease the Reds do when had been treasurer 17 had and the First State had Bonk Investigate Jan. 2 the John with the revealed asked whether thought three other Texans in I the also might ask He Jan. 2 ing they After I came deposits today were reported its possible they a record of Misses Best 5-yetr-0ld tormer member j NEW Jan. 2 the former wife of Stanley G. notorious of Windsor not only Jr. of Tuxedo N. I been questioned in her titie of best-dressed and was a New York fashion editor mdlk lor in the world berTore her marriage to Paley off the a friend of 1J53 is Mrs. Compared with many others New the federal the head of Columbia Broadcasting Mnd jury the fen to death Friday Wa rural near A witness said she saw two force a car and tSen one of the men shot * Mrs. Pal wardrobe usually is not but is notable for its simplicity and perfect Others on the current 2. Mrs. Winston Guest of several years it has been a seesaw battle between the two fashion with puce U uo daughter ot the founder ol Weather Covers United Press winter wave ' I temperatures upward to almost M at some points Saturday a belt stretching from Kansas and Nebraska to the southern Great Lakes Forecasters said the would continue in the j until Saturday night when a of fresh Pacific air will Temperatures will drop they but will main wefl above was promised a maximum temperature of around SO It was 46 at 11 cities reported 25 to 30 degrees mal maximums for the had a high cm IwW Year's Day of 59 degrees weather bureau said r of warm air would push cury to similar levels sunshine prevailed 6ver the entire southern half of The precipitation ia the Pacific and along the der where some flurries snow was coldest spot in tbe was 12 below zero at 43 40 wife of Chrysler Motor Co. and wife its chief Mme. Henri wife the French ambassador to the currently with diaries .in the since list nss 17. the oui was a tie ipr ninth ler of the QUIZ about Sen. frain from Washington for fo hold a smf ators William E. Jenner and Pat McCarran of the Senate questioning of former Soviet code Igor Internal Security Sub-Committee are shown as they departed Press Leave For Secret Session With Jan. 2 EST But it makes suv After we cross tbe bender this requirement but it quest Canada tbe SUle today tor a secret only that in Canada with Igor for explaining bis to Oveta Gulp of Houston the international which has and only woman conducted by the New York ber of the Eisenhower Institute since 1940. 7. Mme. Louis of Paris former Russian wants to find wt if irom more than 1.000 fashion and New whose husband is clerk who broke open a Soviet to authorities over the world in in the Jewel firm of Van and Lt has at the new ring in 1945. formation that might help Paley is a daughter of 8. Princess Margaret Rose of Jenner of the spy to the late Harvey famed Great Security United brain snd sister of 9. A tie between Mrs. Henry and Sen. McCarran Surprised by newsmen at two other famous the Ford H of Detroit and Mrs. Mrs. Vincent now the G. of New nail but artist James and 10. The Duchess of Windsor and left on a don t know where his going on Utile and joked BUt asked if see Jenner we dant see we're wasting set strict before to the is that it WiU have Untied The usual rash of Sa shootings and accidents certain to move the fatality toll M 1 tbe rosier of persons who reached 19ft late deaths accou most half the indi the litres at 61. nnd suicides tte total took a sheaf of with hiot when he out dC Ihe Sovitt fraely tn m Canadian of ny Siace has been with family nt an Mrs. John Hay She is Mary due in Montreal st 8:15 but we final any to given any name and n be obtained from the Royal interview or when it Jenner at first objected to under an Id under Canadian at midnight Jm 1 OP of Saturday candidate county a Midland county in democratic
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