Los Banos

April 25, 2014 10:39 AM

Buffalo Soldiers' Los Banos connection in hands of U.S. Senate

Jim Hall died in 1955 at age 77 and is buried at the Los Banos Cemetery District. He, and his infantry’s trip through town, are the motivation behind plans for a ceremony in Los Banos this summer and a U.S. Senate bill that could set the stage for the area of the now-defunct racetrack to become a historic landmark.

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