Army Causualty - severely wounded Flavo Tarullo Scranton, PA 1918

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Army Causualty - severely wounded
Flavo Tarullo
Scranton, PA  1918 - of - ill to ed at - j - ' ' man. Seneca, Neb.;...
of - ill to ed at - j - ' ' man. Seneca, Neb.; Harvey Jewell, Lex - 1 i"10.0, Ga.: Ralph F. MacMillan. Grand 1 5"p'l.s' VM'CH, Sv,lvi ... Mengozzi, - ?' J - J 7 & M: - ( ARMY CASUALTIES WASHINGTON. July 21. The army casualty list today shows'. Killed in action. 4S: ".:d of wounds, 23; died of diseaso, 2: nled of aoci - dent and other causes, S; died of airplane accident, 1: wounded severely, 71; missing. 30. Total. 190. Pennsylvanians killed In action - Charles A. Schick. Philadelphia; Wit - liam D .Hunter, Johnstown. Died of wounds Samuel Chanen. Philadelphia; John A. Dennis. Wigston. Died of - dU - ease Simon Butcavage, Shenandoah: Qeorge H. Leithiser, Lancaster. Died of accident Nicholas Tarus, Northampton. Severely wounded Corporals Harry R. Delozief. Dlncansville; Bugler Walter E. Gebhart, Hummelstown; Mechanio Joseph A. Cantwell. Bryn Mawr: Vlncenzo Golati. Bellaire; Geo. W. Hammond, Spring Run; Walter Hoffman, Lebanon; Walter Perko. Scranton, Pa. Missing in action Raymond Berry. Salona; Lewis W. Gibbs, Lock Haven; Lee.G. Hanna. Castanea. Those from other states are: Killed in Action. Captain Arthur F. Mosely, Freeport, 111.; Sergeant Walter E. Scroggins. Eldorado. 111.; Corporals Albert Diamond, Cleveland; Privates Frank Alves, Ox - nard. Call Edward A. Anderson New York; Ralph D. Boone. Green Castle. Ind.; Israel B. Bryant, Sherman Mills, Me.; Augusto Capilosto. New Vcrk; Thomas F. Carabine Fall River. Mass.; Homer Nicholas Colburn, Holley N. Y.; Frank J. Darr. Marvel, Ark.; David Dickie. Lonsdale, R. I.; Arthur W. Douglass. Redlands. Cal.; Earl M. Faulkner, Everett Wash.; Philip Ctr - melo Guttilla, Flushing. N. Y. ; John J. Hanrahan. New York; Edward A. Hansen. Brooklyn; Daniel Hibbard. La - port, Ind.; Roy Kennedy, Frankfort. Ky.; Patrick McDermott. New lorn; John McLaln. Ashburn. Ga.; John McNeil, New York; William C. March. Liscomb. Ia.: August C. Meltner. St. Louis; Lawrence P. Petty, Trough, S. C; Benjamin S. Reed. Mattapan, Mass.; Alberic Reindeau, Woonsocket, R. I.: George Rothenberg, New York; Martin Sanders. Mekinick, N. D.: Parry L. Schneider, New York; Pete Semevo - lois. Dogden, N. D.; Harold C. Skinner, McMinnvllIe. Ore.; Charles A. Sullivan. Simpson. Sask., Canada; John Sullivan. New York; Joe S. Taylor, Hasgew Station. Tenn.: Earl A. Thomas, Williamsburg. Va.; Clarence M. Walker.. Salem, Mo.; George E. Wall, Asher. Okla. Died of Wounds. Sergeants Carroll H. Black, Lancaster, O.: Emile E. Miller. New Orleans; Corporals Edward L. Cosset te. Pence, Wis.; James E. Gleason, Waverly, N. Y.: Privates Floyd Amos Arnholt. Lu - denvi'.le. O.; Merrill Austin, Brookfleld, Mass.; Richard w. Burns, Kilgore, Tex.; Xasimir Butkevich, 69 Engle - wood avenue, Bridgeport, Conn.; Hans Carlson, Missoula, Mont.; Lee J. Ches - tang, Mobile; George E. Coburn, Providence, L. I.; Lister J. Crane, Ocquieto, Wis.; William Dube, Lowell, Mass.; Harry W. Fassnacht, Fairmont, Neb.; Harry W. Hawes, Washington. D. C; Louis O. Justice, Equality. 111.; Dudley J. Lester. Lancer, Sask, Canada; Emil A. Llnd. Boulder, Col.; Michael ilullis. Ownsburg. Ind.: Herndon Quip - by, Red Creek. N. Y.; Royal A. Smith, Kennedy, N. Y. Bled, of Disease. Major Morris J. Karpas, New York; Sergeant Arthur P. Keilev, Nashau, N. Y.; Wagoner Eugene R. Tucker, Svra - cuse, N. Y.; Privates Clarence E. Aust, Cleveland; Charles Brough. Elmsvillo, Ind.: Frederick A. Cameron, Newark, N. J.; Morris Charles. Puvalluo Wash silag' 'E Fauver, M't Vnilia Benjamin F. Hice. Chuckv. T ms. va.: P. Hicks. Houston. Tex.: Georee L. In - Robinson, Baltimore;' Everet A.' Storer, Alton. Kas.; Claude W. Tack. Greene. ia.: Joseph Trego, Newton, Kas.; John Witkouski, Cloquet. Minn. Sled of Airplane. Accident. Lieut Eldridge W, Maynor, Oneonta, Ala, Sled Jrom Accident and Other Causes". Bugler Ernst Sutter Milwaukee; Privates James Bennett Maherlv, Ont Canada;. Frank Brown'.' Minneapolis; Adam J, Buch binder, Buffalo. N. Y.; William L. Freeman. Chickamaugua, Ge.; Olive B. Sayre. Wellsburg N. Y John Vaughan, Monge, Ind. . ." Severely Wounded. Frank M. Golden. Jersey City: Benjamin Noyd. Allenton. Mass.. Privates Edward Flu, Fords, N. J.; Charles Hood. Norbeck, Md.; Charles R. Locke, Newport, N. J.; Raymond Miller. Pat. erson, N. J.; Earl D. Norton. Guilford. Conn.; Frederick D. Parker, Clinton. Conn.; Elliott W. Sherman, Greenfield. Mass.; Flavo Tarullo. 1 Jefford, Wat - erbury. Conn.; Albert Thlbeault, Manchester, N. H. j Kissing ia Action. Sergeant Allen Allen. Laurel, Del.; Sergeants Thomas A. Higgins. Amsterdam. N. Y.; Archibald B. Bride. Brooklyn: Walter E. Moore. New York: Ben - Jamln D. Nasser. Brooklyn; Privates Joseph Abelow, Brooklyn; Louis H. Betters, Bleck Brook. N. Y.; Castel - lano New York; Luca Senetlempo, Brooklyn; Samuel Chaskes. New York: James V. Clayton. St. Joseph, Ky.: An. thony De Amorel, New York; William G. Dietrich, Greene, K:w York; William J. Dolan. Lockport, N. Y.; Rocco Gallo. New York; John Garberino Buffalo: Plncus Goldstein, New York; Morris Gutenag. New York; Thomas Hola - han. New York; Ernest C. Jacobs, Wil. liamantlc. Conn.; Jacob Kedansky, New York; Sandrl Lonardi, New York; Edward Martin. College Point. N. Y.; Hy - man ResnlkofT, Brooklyn; George W. Tallman. Rochester, N. Y.; Joseph Turando, Brooklyn; Lewis S. Wheeler, Wilson. N. Y Reported died of wounds, now reported slightly wounded: Private Theodore Feller, North Kaukanna Wis. Previously reported severely wounded in action, now reported killed in ac. tion: Corporal Emmons A. Boy n ton, Augusta, ale. Previously reported missing, now officially reported as having returned to duty June 13; Private Harry Clohessy, Brooklyn. TWELVE KABXVES lOIIS. WASHINGTON. July 21. The marine corps casualty list today shows: Killed in action. 12; died of wounds. 2; wounded severely, 12. Total, 26. The list: Killed in action Corporal Gilbert W. Lemon, Walker, W. Va.; Privates Frank A. Clark, Hesperta, Mich.; Jas. E. Fisher. Columbus, O.: Claude Euqua, Burlington N. C: Samuel G. Uodshaw, Loulsvil'e: Enoch R. Hale, Corrlgan, Texas; Edward M. Krohn. St. Louis; George C. McElroy. Monroe. N. Y.; Clarence F. McGartland. Monroe City. Mo.; James E. McQuiddy, Verona, Tenn: Claude E. Sayles. Syracuse, N. Y.: Russell J. Wakefield, Northvllle, Mich. Died of wounds received In action - Sergeant Charles Hollingshead, Derry, N. H.: Private Roy L. Horgan, Lang - don. N. D. The severely wounded Include: Sergeant Frank J. Fagan, Worcester, Mass.; Private John Tartman, Tamanend, Pa. SATURDAY'S XEPOHT. General Pershing" Saturday reported 120 casualties in the' army, divided as follows: Killed in action. 16; died of wounds, 15; died of disease. 11; died of wounds, 16; died of disease, 11; died of airplane accident. 1: died .of accident and other causes, 13; wounded severely. 67; wounded (degree undetermined), 1; missing in action. 6, Pennsylvanians: Morris Kersonsky. and George Vallance. Philadelphia. Died of wounds. Reginald W. Smith, Bethlehem. Died of disease, Richard J. Wilson. Reading. Died of accident, John W. Cairns. Noblestown; Raffa Dessotto Kenova. Severely wounded. Arthur Davis. Forest City; Delbert S. Beeman, Wilkes - Barre: John B. Freith, Philadelphia; Joseph F. Murphy, Ashe - ville: William Richard Patton. Vene - tia: Orville L. Rifenburg. Chester. Casualties among the marines included: Killed in action, 7; died of wounds, 1: died of disease. 1: wounded severely, 45; wounded slightly, 2; prisoners. 2; missing in action, 22. Total. 80. Pennsvlvanians: Killed in action. T. K. Decker, Parkers Glen. Wounded. F. E Greene, . Wilkes - Barre; John Johnson. Saltburg. Missing, John S DeHaven, Conshohocken. WALTER PERKO SEVERELY WOUNDED IN BIG BATTLE Walter Perko. mentioned iri the cas ualty list as being severely wounded in aenon. uvea wita nis sister, mrs. Joseph Borcsgawsk. at 1272 Loomis avenue. West Scrantpn, before enlisting in the army about a year ago. His Bister received a telegram Saturday from' the government notifying her of her brother's condition. Before enlisting. Perko was employed as a laborer In the Dodge mine of the D.. L. & W. Coal Company. He ia 19 years of age. The young man wag a member of the Polish Falcon, society. in at tj. of of to of de the a at continuity an to the ing the

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