Clipped From The Miami News
1 123 PW Dead Are Identified Associated Press Washington, Aug. 14 The Defense Defense Department today identi fied 123 additional Americans re- re- p3baco;i ft have died in enemy prison camps Z TV? "1, J F "au" ""'H I Th rnnimnnictc fnid th TTnit I n J ' -mw -mw 1 ed Nations Command in Korea itnax 1,022 American servicemen died in captivity and that 147 escaped escaped from Red prison camps. The Pentagon identified 121 Americans, all army men, yesterday, yesterday, in the first list of men the Reds said had died. The latest list includes the following following from Florida: Cpl. Charlie Charlie Bell, husband of Mrs. Carey L. Bell. Madison: Pfc. Elvin L. Boswell, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Boswell, Jacksonville; Pfc. Russell H. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Roberts, Wesconnett; Sgt. Elmer C. Wear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Wear, Archer; and Sgt. Walter H. Wesley, son of Mrs. Saldonia Wesley, New Smyrna Beach.