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Army returns remains of South Texas heroes for burial in cemeteries near homes
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Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960. Army returns remains of South Texas heroes for burial in cemeteries near homes - Image 1. August 22, 1948. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 22, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/perales/item/162/show/154.

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Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960. (August 22, 1948). Army returns remains of South Texas heroes for burial in cemeteries near homes - Image 1. Selections from the Alonso S. Perales Papers. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/perales/item/162/show/154

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Title Army returns remains of South Texas heroes for burial in cemeteries near homes
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  • Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960
Date August 22, 1948
Description Published in the San Antonio Express, this is a list of American casualities from World War II whose remains are being returned to San Antonio.
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  • Mexican Americans
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  • activists
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  • Perales, Alonso S., 1898-1960
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Original Item Location ID 2010-002, Box 8, Folder 5
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Transcript M I RMY RETURNS REMAINS OF SOUTH TEXAS HEROES |R BURIAL IN CEMEMTERIES NEAR HOMES The remains of 5,864 Americans who lost their lives duting World War 11 have been returned to the United States from Europe aboard the U. S. Army Transport Lawrence Victory, the Department of the Army announced • The Army said each next-of-kin was notified in advance of the vessels arrival, and would be notified again after arrival ef the remains at the regional distribution centers of the American Graves Registration Service. Of the 859 remains being returned upon instruction of next-of-kin residing in Texas, 25 are being sent to San Antonio and 65 are being returned to the San Antonio area. Following is a list of remains being returned to this city ahd the names of nexAof-kin: ^j-»^ Ban Antonians Pvt. Juan R. Castafion, Army, Hipolita A. Castaftoh, 713 Stafford St., Pfc. Eduardo Cavazos, Army, Crisanto Cavazos, 137 Gould St.; Pfc. Joe L. Esqueda, Army, Anselmo Esqueda, 415 Torreon St.; Pvt. Antiro G. Fierros, Army, Noe frierros, 913 RipjFord St.; Staff Sgt. Frank U. £lores, Army, Isabel G. Floras, 111 Rosita Place; Pfc Harry E. Geissler, Army, Martha L. Geissler, £042 Kentucky Ave.; Pfc. Alfeino C. Herna/ndez, Army, Mrs. Catarina Hernandez, 127 Sharp St.; Pvt. Manuel A. Hernandez, Army, Benigno Hernandez, 916 Durango St.; Pfc. Basilio G. Herrera, Army, Juanita V. Herrera, Route 7, Box 284-A; Second Lt. Ralph E. Hodges, Jr., Army, Mrs, Betty Lee Hodges^ 251 Primera Drive; Pvt. J. C. Keith, Army, Mrs. Bobbye L. Keith, 506 W. Mrytle St.; Pfc. Augustfn C. Larios, Army, Valentin Larios, 2010 Saunders Ave.; Pfc. Juan S. Martinez, Army, Lupe H. Martinez, 1415 W. Commerce St.; Pfc. Joe L. Matjeka, Army, Edward J. Matjeka 1701 Virginia Blvd.; Pfc. Willie E. McKimmy, Army, Margaret McKimmy, 1301 Burnet St.; Pfc. Joe V. Mendez, Army, Catalina P. Mendez, 2505 Monterrey St.; Tech. (4th.gr.) Ewajrld F. Mongenroth, Army,