J John B. Aid red, Taken On Bataan, On Way Home Pfc. John B. Aldred, captured on Bataan while serving with the 192d Tank Battalion, was liberated liberated September 16 and now is being -returned -returned to the United States, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Aldred, 2312 W. Kentucky, were notified yesterday. The War Department telegram stated that Private Aldred "had been returned to military control," control," and, according to a message from him. Private Aldred's health is "good." Mr. and Mrs. Aldred last heard from their son in January when they received a card postmarked "Camp Tokyo." Previously they had learned that he was interned by the Japanese at Philippine Prisoners-of-War Prisoners-of-War Prisoners-of-War Prisoners-of-War Prisoners-of-War Camp No. 1. A radio operator who joined the Army in January, 1941, Private Private Aldred is a former Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal carrier and was employed by National. Distillers, Inc., prior to entering the service.