Lawrence Liscano return remains 14 jan 1952
Bodies Of 21 Central Area Of State Reach SF The bodies of 21 Central California California men were aboard the Marquette Victory which docked today in San, Francisco. They \vere among those ot 860 American fighting men' who lost their lives in the Korean War and Which were returned by the The bodies oÂ£ Central California California men are those of: Private First Class Luciano Aguilera, a son of Jacinto Aguil era of, Sanger; Private F i Class Kenneth L. Baircl, a son Vernon Baircl of Orosi; Corpor- .. Corporal Arthur W. Fregeau, son of Alfred C. Fregeau, Corn Corn son . poral Eldon E. Hash, a son 01 Cecil T Hash, and Techincal Sergeant Robert L. Wheeler, the husband of Mrs. Dorothy L,. Whcclcr, all of Bakersfiela. al Alfred P. Casarcs, a son of John Casares of Huron. | Three Arc From Bakersficld .Â·.met, Â«Â«*; Â·Â» tvmmm r Xfl pcstFY From m I Private Joseph L. Freitas, a v a son of Antone L. Frp'itas of f tine; Private Manucl/J. Galmdo His Jr.. a son of Manuel Galindo Fivobaugh; Gfeer, the Private Lester R. husband of Mrs. Mary' E Greer of 'Porterville; Private First Class Loyd King, Jr., a son of Loyd King of Delano; Private First Class Lawrence Lawrence Liscano, a son of Manuel Liscano of Pineclale. Include Tulare Soldier Private Albert G. Moreno, the husband of Mrs. Rosario M. Mo~ ' Private First reno ot Tulare; Class Delbcrt O. Peters, a son - - ; - - ,.. on of Mrs. Helen O. Wishart of Vi| h salia; Private First_ Class^Ocorgc Shamoon, the husband of Mrs. Madeline M. Shamoon oÂ£ Dinu- j.,*.^.... -- .... ------- , , ba; Private First Class Lupe P. r [ e( \ Aurelio M. Private Victoviano Diaz, a son oE Jose Diaz of 915 Myers anc i Acosta, a son of Acosta oÂ£ Visalia. nue, and Private First Class Jo- W as seph J. Fugate, a son of Archie B. Fugate' of 3115 Adeline Ave- niic, both of Fresno. ipreviously Private James H. Kaslnger, son of Cart Kasinger of Arvin; .Private First Class Tony Lopez, a son of Charles R. Lopez oÂ£ Clovis; Private First Al Class vin A Seifert, a son of fort of Gilroy, and Private Class Glen E. Epperson, a Gilbert Epperson -of Exeter.