Anthony T Mora to head VFW Post @ Fresno
in Thursday the native a Ray a of is Order It the as are: first John high of m- the was Au- A. T. Mora Will Head VFW Post Anthony laboratory T. Mora, technician a senior for the American Optical Co. in Fresno and a cotton fanner in the Sanger area, is the commander-elect commander-elect of the American Post 8900 of the Veterans Veterans of Foreign Foreign Wars. He succeeds T o Medina. M o r a other new officers officers will be installed installed i n a mass installation of VFW Units May 27 in the IOOF Hall in Selma. He saw action in Korea with the 7th Army Division, participating participating in the landing at Inchon as a squad leader. Mora was wounded in December 1950 near the Chosin Reservoir and participated participated in three major battles and two beach landings in the Korean War. The new commander is attending attending Fresno City College night classes majoring in busi- ess. Mora is a member of the Central California Bowling Association's Association's executive board. He lives with his wife, Terre and two children, Mark and Cynthia, in Sanger. Other officers are Rudy Ramos, Ramos, senior vice commander; Alex Lujan, junior vice commander; commander; Raul Gutierrez, quartermaster quartermaster and Medina, advocate. advocate. Additional officers are Andy Rodriguez, chaplain; John Garlbay, surgeon; Her man Hernandez, Frank Alvarado and Jesus Aiegrla, trustees; Anthony Juarez, Juarez, adlutant; Henandez, officer of the day; Ray Garcia, service officer; Felix Perez, legislative officer; Ray Taola Durant, hosDltal chairman; Joe Acosta, patriotic Instructor; Henry Gutierrez, his- Ray Esoarza, nubile relations Joe Ramirez, employment officer; officer; Jot Ramirez, guard, and Hernandez, Hernandez, Gus Adame, Rodriguez and John Periz, color bearers.