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Odessa Warren Grey (August 13, 1883 - April 28, 1960) was milliner, entrepreneur, and performer in Harlem, New York. She is best known as the star of the silent film, Lime Kiln Field Day (1913) where she co-stars with Bert Williams . Contents 1 Early life 2 Lime Kiln Field Day 3 Amsterdam News, second marriage, and later years 4 References
Odessa Lee Clay (née O'Grady; February 12, 1917 – August 20, 1994) was the mother of three-time world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and Rahman Ali, and the paternal grandmother of Laila Ali.   She married Cassius Marcellus Clay, Sr. in the 1930s and worked for some time as a household domestic to help support her young children. 
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russia says it does not want war but has placed a "gun on the table" in its negotiations with the United States by massing troops on Ukraine's borders, U.S. Ambassador to ...
Kiss and Kill " Kiss and Kill " refers to the March 20, 1961 homicide of Betty Williams, a teenager from Odessa, Texas, United States. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend John Mack Herring (September 23, 1943  – January 5, 2019) at her own request in Winkler County, Texas.
Jana Bennett, 66, American-born British media executive (b. 1955)  Orlando Busino, 95, cartoonist (b. 1926)  Jeffery Paul Chan, 79, author and scholar (b. 1942)  Jerry Crutchfield, 87, country and pop record producer, songwriter, and musician (b. 1934) 
Leopoldo Jesús Posada Hernández Jr. (April 1, 1936 – June 23, 2022) was a Cuban athlete. He played for the Kansas City Athletics of Major League Baseball from 1960 through 1962. After his retirement as a player, Posada served as a manager in Minor League Baseball. He was the uncle of Jorge Posada . Contents 1 Early life 2 Career
Winkler County, Texas. The Winkler County nurse whistleblower case was a series of legal proceedings in West Texas related to the retaliation against two nurses who submitted an anonymous state medical board complaint against a physician in 2009. The case attracted national attention for its implications on whistleblowing by nurses.
Juedeman died at the age of ninety-five in the Odessa Medical Center, of which he was also a board member.  He was active in the large First Baptist Church of Odessa. He was predeceased by his wife, Ithai M. Juedeman (1908–1988). The couple is interred in Lot 146 of the Serenity North section at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Odessa.