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Fond Du Lac Reporter (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Home from the wars Pallbearers carry one of the two caskets vanished in a New Guinea jungle on May 7, containing the remains of 10 bomber crew- 1944 while flying their B24 bomber were laid men following funeral services for them at to rest in Arlington National Cemetery. Ft. Myer Chapel Friday. The crewmen who (AP Wirephoto) WASHINGTON (AP) More than 30 years after they died on a World War II bombing mis- sion, 10 crewmen have been miied in Arlington National Cemetery. Protestant, Roman Catholic and Jewish chaplains prayed :ogether Friday for the men whose B24 bomber vanished into the New Guinea jungle on May 7, 1944. THOSE TRAVELING teach- ers, Marguerite Kneip, Kay Capicik, Louise Haack and Margaret Baker, got to the Orient this summer and visited the 1964 Goodrich AFS student, Panadda Chutimatavin, i n Bangkok the tiny Siamese girl, recently married1 to pharmacist, sent home gifts (classic
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